Summary

How did Everson Croft discover his powers?
Let's go back to the night I turned 13, the night Grandpa filleted my finger with his cane sword.
I can't say what terrified me more, the cold anger in his eyes or the crazy things in his locked study. A talking trunk. Squirming coats. A bookshelf whose titles shifted before my eyes. And one chilling title in particular: Book of Souls.
Ten years later I'm on my way to a Romanian monastery, in search of that lost book. But I'm not the only one. Three others have beaten me to the local village: two researchers and...
Well, I'm not sure who Flor is other than Spanish, secretive, and sexier than a summer dress.
Can I trust her - or any of them? I don't know, but we've got werewolves on our scent, not to mention an ancient curse hanging over the remote ruins.
Getting there and back is going to require serious cooperation. Or serious magic.
Book of Souls is a short prequel that can be listened to before or after Demon Moon (Prof Croft, Book 1).
©2016 Brad Magnarella (P)2016 Brad Magnarella
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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 18-02-18

Bad dialogue

One day both narrators and authors will understand that Dick van Dyke in Mary Poppins is a spectacularly awful example to base their work on

Lower scores than for the rest of his books because the “cor blimey I’m a Brit” stuff was just painful to listen to

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jan on 30-11-16

Don't miss this!

urban-fantasy, mage, magic, action-adventure, wizard, werewolves

What fun! I've read Demon Moon, and loved it. This comes before he completes his PhD and becomes a professor. In this one, he learns more about his grandfather and the mysteries surrounding him. He travels to an abandoned monastery in Europe to find the Book of Souls, and then the adventures begin! Don't miss this one!
I got the audio on the cheap, and James Patrick Cronin is excellent as Prof Croft and all the others!

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Admiralu on 23-03-17

Introduction to the Everson Croft Series

I had downloaded Blood Deal when I noticed this book was a prequel to the story and an introduction to the character of Everson Croft. I love the unusual name and really enjoyed this too short introduction. There were twists and turns I didn't expect and Everson is a great down to earth guy with a fun sense of humor. There were some tantalizing tidbits of his family background and I am curious to learn more. Fun, enjoyable book with excellent narration by James Patrick Cronin. He really nailed Croft's easy going tone. His character voices were excellent as well.

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