Fury of the Demon : Kara Gillian

  • by Diana Rowland
  • Narrated by Liv Anderson
  • Series: Kara Gillian
  • 20 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Demon summoner Kara Gillian bears the scars of Rhyzkahl's treachery, but she refuses to let them slow her down. She and the demonic lord Mzatal have not rested in their efforts to recover Idris - Mzatal's summoner protg who was kidnapped by enemy lords - but now their search has brought them back to Earth.
With the help of FBI agents Ryan Kristoff and Zack Garner, they begin to track down summoners who are working with Rhyzkahl. However, Kara knows Ryan's true identity, and questions of loyalty threaten to tear apart this group of allies. When Kara intervenes to help a brilliant young computer expert and his bodyguard after an accidental shooting, she quickly learns that Rhyzkahl's machinations run deeper than she could have ever imagined.
The search for Idris takes on a desperate edge as their enemies increase in number, and Kara realizes that an old homicide case may hold the key to their success - or their doom.With the very fabric of the universe at stake, Kara must rely on her skills, wit, and luck to save her friends and her world, yet ancient vows will have to be broken if she is to have any hope. But the price of breaking those vows may be her own blood.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Another Great Kara Gillian Story

Each book gets better than the last. I have never gone from one book to the next so quickly in my life. Next book starts tomorrow!
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- Amazon Customer

Disappointed

Would you try another book written by Diana Rowland or narrated by Liv Anderson?

I have listened to the whole series now - and whilst the first book is ok, numbers 2 to 5 actually are good. The characters are engaging, the story amusing and enjoyable, aside from some minor annoyances.


What could Diana Rowland have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

The point about this book is that our whole concept of the story is turned upside down - a surprise twist. I like surprise twist normally. But here the twist seems to come with losing any link to any characters, it is incredibly hard to empathise with them anymore because they have become flat facsimile of stereotypes.


Have you listened to any of Liv Anderson’s other performances? How does this one compare?

I like the narrator


You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Honestly, not many. The story has a lot of potential but the characters have flatlined.


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- Nicola

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios