Aftermath

What do you do when your life crumbles around you If you re Frank Triggaltheron Trigg you climb into a bottle looking for oblivion Of course he couldn t even get that right Alone and adrift, Frank s five month binge is interrupted with a boom A nuclear one, and every bit of chaos and treachery he tried to leave behind comes knocking once Caught up in a plot toWhat do you do when your life crumbles around you If you re Frank Triggaltheron Trigg you climb into a bottle looking for oblivion Of course he couldn t even get that right Alone and adrift, Frank s five month binge is interrupted with a boom A nuclear one, and every bit of chaos and treachery he tried to leave behind comes knocking once Caught up in a plot to foment a supernatural revolution, Frank is made into a pawn for both sides But what does a man with nothing have to lose Only everything.
Aftermath What do you do when your life crumbles around you If you re Frank Triggaltheron Trigg you climb into a bottle looking for oblivion Of course he couldn t even get that right Alone and adrift Frank s f

  • Title: Aftermath
  • Author: Tim Marquitz
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  • Page: 471
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      Published :2018-05-23T12:41:57+00:00

    About the Author

    Tim Marquitz

    Tim Marquitz is the author of the Demon Squad series, the Blood War Trilogy, co author of the Dead West series, as well as several standalone books, and numerous anthology appearances including Triumph Over Tragedy, Corrupts Absolutely , That Hoodoo Voodoo that You Do, Widowmakers, At Hell s Gates 13, Neverland s Library, Blackguards, and the forthcoming SNAFU Survival of the Fittest Cohesion Press , In the Shadow of the Towers Night Shade , and Unbound Grim Oak Press Tim also collaborated on Memoirs of a MACHINE, the story of MMA pioneer John Machine Lober Horror becomes art when it flows from the pen of Tim Marquitz Bobby D Whitney BookWenches Witty, sarcastic and hilarious Michelle Publishers Weekly

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    • Vix said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 12:41 PM

      Poor Frank (aka Trigg, son of the “off on his jollies” Devil) has descended into abject grief at the loss of his Karra and inability to care for Abigail, their daughter.Breaking his already shattered heart he leaves Abigail to his Angel cousin Scarlett and her Vampire lover Katon, not forgetting Chatterbox my favourite zombie head as lead baby entertainer.Sat in a bar in the middle sucksville he is trying to get drunk or high, neither possible for a demon, but when he thinks he witnesses the [...]

    • Ryan Lawler said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 12:41 PM

      "Like GI Jesus I spread my arms out to both sides and capped the bastards as I whipped past."Blasphemy is back, and so is Frank, not that he had much of a choice. After six months of drowning his sorrows with drugs and alcohol, trouble comes finding him in the way of a nuke, forcing Frank to re-evaluate and reconnect.The previous book, Collateral Damage, was an emotion fueled rollercoaster that slugged me in the chest multiple times. Aftermath is a much lighter affair, with the action and events [...]

    • C.T. Phipps said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 12:41 PM

      The ninth of Tim Marquitz's Demon Squad novels, Aftermath has a hefty task ahead of itself as it not only has to re-establish its lead character after the traumatic events of the last three books but rock the foundations of the setting by moving from a Judaeo-Christian worldview to a more all-encompassing mythology involving the deities of multiple pantheons. For those who don't know anything about the series, Demon Squad follows the adventures of Frank Trigg, the Devil's Nephew (later reveale [...]

    • Gordon said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 12:41 PM

      Boom and heres another Demon Squad book that just keeps on delivering the action the sarcasm and the story arc just gets better.I think this is Tims strongest Demon Squad book for a while and that's saying something as there haven't been any bad Demon Squad books and Tim has written some cracking books in other series during this time also.In this book which again visits the Gods Prison realm we learn some startling facts about the Universe Tim has created. This is great as it really adds depth [...]

    • Giriniss said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 12:41 PM

      "Gone stale – the Aftermath"p.s. Still, returning back to this series, reminds me somewhat of Sandman Slim series. It stinks like some sorts of cheese, and only after a few bites you can determine the stink is intentional flavour or just usual stinky stink kind.

    • Steve Caldwell said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 12:41 PM

      When a series gets 8 or 9 deep, you kind of expect some coasting or drop off in story. Not with Tim Marquitz! This series keeps taking new twists and turns with each new book, and it just makes you keep wanting more. After Collateral Damage, where Franks life of domestic bliss with Karra and Abigail comes off the rails in a morning of blood and death, and some epic payback, Frank has left Abi in the care of his cousin, the warrior angel Scarlet and her vampire love Katon, and has crawled into th [...]

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