Friday, October 16, 2015

Book Review: Burdin's End By Alexander Nader

Burdin's End
By Alexander Nader
Genre: Urban Fantasy

Ty Burdin, the retired demon hunter who just can’t stay retired. 

In the final installment of the Beasts of Burdin trilogy Ty has found himself roped into working for the Agency, a top secret organization with the sole purpose of eliminating all demon activity, yet again. Demon hunting is a full time job, but luckily 
Ty has managed to work his way down to a ‘consulting’ position in the Agency after a few disagreements and a couple dead superiors. Ty’s part-time position becomes far more hands on as the demon activity in his region cranks up to eleven. Demons are crawling out of peoples’ minds and into the real world at an alarming rate and it’s up to Ty, once again, to step in and save the day. First step: get over last night’s hangover.

Book Review:

Burdin's End is a story about an alcoholic "retired" demon hunter Ty Burdin. After a couple 'mishaps' with some particular coworkers, he is now a consultant for The Agency. Now with a psychopathic demon 'creator' Ty must get his life together and save the day.

Burdin's End is pure awesomeness. Ty Burdin is just the character to make you laugh and question his actions. I enjoyed this book so much. I currently think that this is my favorite book I've read in a while. It had great character development, plot, and setting! Mr. Nader did an unbelievable job on Burdin's End. My favorite part in the whole book was the Winchester reference from the television show Supernatural, (my favorite show by the way). I was so happy that I was in tears ... emotionally invested reader problems. Hands down five star book. It was a pleasure to review this book. 

Author Bio:

I'm a writer. I know these "about" things are usually written in 3rd person, but I have this thing about hating people that talk about themselves in 3rd person. So I'm going to talk about me. I am a married father of three. My wife and kids are awesome and I love them. I've got a couple day jobs. When I'm not working at those, I work on my writing. I've completed a handful of novels ranging in quality from "awful" to "not too bad." One day I aspire to be a full time writer or at least only have one job plus writing. That would be a dream come true. Until dreams come true, I'm going to keep jotting my thoughts down around this here internets and see if something catches on. If you like what you see, you can find more at my website, or follow me on Twitter at @AlexNaderWrites.


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