Kenneth Andersen has brought his A-game once again in the second installment of the Great Devil War series, The Die of Death. A brand-new story within the Hellish world I have come to love.
- Title: The Die of Death (The Great Devil War #2)
- Author: Kenneth B. Andersen
- Publisher: Host and Son
- Genre: YA Fantasy
- Format: Kindle edition
- Pages: 317
- Rating: 5/5
“Philip’s adventures as the Devil’s apprentice have changed him—in a good way. Although he misses his friends in Hell, he has made new friends in life. But when the future of the underworld is threatened once again, Philip’s help is needed. Death’s Die has been stolen and immortality is spreading across the globe. Philip throws himself into the search—and discovers a horrible truth about his own life along the way.”
“The Die of Death is volume 2 in The Great Devil War-series.”
My Review of The Die of Death:
I can’t go on enough about this series. I don’t know how Andersen has done it, but this novel could almost be a stand-alone novel within the greater series. I am continually being surprised by this author.
Philip is killed once again, though this time on purpose. Death has a mission for him, and Philip is the man for the job. It seems an impossible task that Death has asked of Philip and his friend Satina, but they come through with flying colors.
Being back with these fabulous characters has been refreshing. We learn more about Death and how his operation works. Lucifer is healthy and happy, but not all the characters are happy, and this is what leads to Philip’s mission.
I was disappointed at first to find out the reason for the mission, but it all came to a fruitful end that I was not expecting. It was thrilling. I am all in with this series now. I have recently become aware that this series has sold the rights to be made into a movie. I am very excited about this because I genuinely feel that I am watching a movie while reading.
I have no choice but to award The Die of Death a full 5 out of 5 stars. This addition is excellent, but I must warn you that now that Philip is older, he deals with some more mature themes. I still urge teens and adults to read this series.
Thank you to the author for gifting me a copy of The Die of Death in exchange for an honest review.