Exiled exorcist Lucian Negru deserted his lover in Hell in exchange for saving his sister Catarina's soul, but Catarina doesn't want salvation. She wants Lucian to help her fulfill her dark covenant with the Fallen Angels by using his power to open the Hell Gates. Catarina intends to lead the Fallen's hordes out of Hell and into the parallel dimension of Woerld, Heaven's frontline of defense between Earth and Hell. When Lucian refuses to help his sister, she imprisons and cripples him, but Lucian learns that Rachael, the lover he betrayed and abandoned in Hell, is dying from a demonic possession. Determined to rescue Rachael from the demon he unleashed on her soul, Lucian flees his sister, but Catarina's wrath isn't so easy to escape!
Eileen Stevens brings a raspy, dynamic performance to Terea Frohock’s Miserere: An Autumn Tale.
This installment of the Miserere series finds exorcist Lucian Negru shortly after she’s abandoned her lover in hell to save her sister Catarina’s soul. Catarina, however, not only resists being released from hell, but attempts to enlist Lucian’s help in opening up its gates to free the Fallen's hordes into the parallel dimension of Woerld, the buffer zone between Earth and Hell. Lucian refuses to help and is imprisoned in this fiery underworld, where she must hatch a plan to save herself and the world.
Stevens’ performance, which ranges from whispery to forceful, brings out the many emotional nuances of Lucian’s fantastic journey.
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I would ,The concept of woerld is great and is a different spin on the Good Vs Bad theme.
Rachel, she is strong and despite all the hardships she is resolved to do the right thing
Catarina she reminds me of old school villains and Eileen seems to have a lot of fun narrating her character.
I don't see anything about sequels in the author's website but I would love to know more about the universe .Hope Teresa writes more books in the future
- krishna a