Digging For Bones

Review: Logic of Demons

In Fantasy, Review on January 9, 2011 at 1:48 pm

Logic of Demons by H.A. Goodman

Published July 14th 2010 by AuthorHouse

Paperback, 262 pages
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sbn: 1452018170
What would you do if the love of your life was murdered by a deranged killer? Would you become a vigilante and seek retribution? And would this revenge affect those you care for in the afterlife? LOGIC OF DEMONS The Quest for Nadine’s Soul takes you on a journey inside the psyches of men and women forced to deal with the spiritual consequences of their decisions. Through the lives of a demon, two Angels, and a mysterious teenage girl, a plethora of politically and socially relevant issues ranging from the roots of genocide and sex trafficking to child conscription and religious fundamentalism are addressed in this fantasy thriller. Life as well as the afterlife converge in this novel to explain certain peculiarities of the human condition. Whether you are God fearing individual or an atheist, LOGIC OF DEMONS The Quest for Nadine’s Soul addresses moral and theological issues of interest for people of all backgrounds.
 

8/10

Logic of Demons is refreshing in the fact that this novel is new and different. It has such a unique storyline and such a great message, that is should not be missed.

This novel takes you on a profound journey, with surprising twists. Some I saw coming, but wow the ones I did not made this a even better story. I enjoy books that take me by surprise and I appreciate it when I can pick up a book that exposes me to a entirely new and riveting tale.

So many issues are addressed, good vs evil, right vs wrong, Satan, fundamentalists and choices.

It delves into human emotions and a question I’m sure most of us have… What would you do if someone took everything away from you and you had a chance to face them?

*Spoilers*

I knew Natalia might be Bridget but did not expect Jamshidt to be the son.

Also the fact that it was characters she created, was a wow. You see throughout the book how she makes up stories and characters, and its just amazing how she created them to help herself.

http://www.hagoodman.com/

“I’m pretty sure you’ll know the logic of demons when you hear it.”

None 😦

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