Book Review – Crimson Bone By L L McNeil

F71FA5D2-9E25-4643-B833-0A79F183AD7ADemon hunting is all in a day’s work for Seila.

As a soulless Phantom and member of Fallow Caramond’s Kouzlo—a secret demon killing organisation based outside London—Seila is driven by little else.

But she’s made new allies—Elementals, Enchantresses, Shape-Shifters, and even a Djinni—and slaying demons has never been easier.

But working as part of a team goes against everything Seila has done before, and adjusting to friends is not without difficulty, especially when she’s still no closer to reclaiming her soul and her humanity. She butts heads with Lady Tress Vitali, a demon assassin, and finds the edge of her tongue as sharp as her dragon axes.

After vanquishing Sekki, an Elite Demon, another has leapt in to take his place, and Seila cannot rest while London is under siege.

With Prowler Demons on the loose and half-fire Elemental Damon’s developing powers less than under control, Seila has her hands full not just coping with the growing Kouzlo, but the new Elite Demon wrecking havoc upon London.

With demons, dragons, and kick-ass characters, this is a new demon hunter series that you can really sink your teeth into!


My rating: Cyan-Full starCyan-Full starCyan-Full starCyan-Full starNo-Star


I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This urban fantasy series continues to be great fun! I really enjoyed the addition of the new characters – especially Ashanti and Tress. Tress in particular seems to have more to her than we see in this book and I’m hoping that we see more of her in the next.

Seila has moments where she seems to be learning about the benefits of being part of a team, but her constant flip-flopping did frustrate me.

This book is a little bit of filler between the big fight of the first and building up to books 3 and 4, but that doesn’t mean we don’t get any action – far from it in fact. We get some great fights and some useful pieces of the overall puzzle. Really looking forward to Crimson Fang now.


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