Wednesday, 31 July 2019

Review: Like A Demon: Game of Seduction

Like A Demon: Game of Seduction Like A Demon: Game of Seduction by Roxanne Rue
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Like a Demon: Game of Seduction is the second book in Roxanne Rue’s serial series, and this one takes us deeper into the world. Like the first Like a Demon story, The Strange Case of Rebecca Prosper, this is a three-point-five-star rating rounded down. I certainly enjoyed this second story and I’m curious to see what comes next.

With Like a Demon: Game of Seduction, we pick up right where the first story ended. We’re thrown straight into events, with answers being given and new elements being introduced. With this second story, we get to understand the supernatural world a lot better. In fact, this book works as an introduction to understanding the supernatural. That is not to say there is no story involved, there certainly is, but the main focus of this one is to help us understand the demons in this world.

Although we get a better understanding of things, we also have lots of questions. There are many elements introduced, and we’re left uncertain of plans, which in turns leaves us curious about where things are heading. Due to the events that take place during this one, we can create theories, but there are so many answers needed – plus a cliff-hanger ending – to ensure you’ll be back for more.

Without a doubt, I’m curious to see what the third story brings. I’m positive, now we have a full understanding of the story (from The Strange Case of Rebecca Prosper) and the supernatural (from Game of Seduction) things are really going to start moving.

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