Demons Not Included By Cheyenne McCray

This novel wasn’t what I originally thought I’d be. I guess I was thinking that it’d have more action to it. More filling material I guess. However, that doesn’t mean that this was a terrible novel. Because it wasn’t by any means. It was rather interesting in a unique way. Making it a somewhat faster read than I’m used to. Which is probably where I went wrong to begin with. For the lack of detail was quite noticeable.

Nyx has worked really hard to get the position that she’s in. Which is no easy task for someone who is considered an official princess. But for Nyx being a Nighttracker is the best thing in the world, and she wouldn’t trade it for anything. The only thing that even compares to it would be the lives of her friends. So when something starts attacking the city all the Nighttrackers go on high alert. Because the first attack on the city has left one of their own dead. Which means that Rodán has to bring in extra help. Because now they know exactly what they’re dealing with. Demons, very well organized Demons too. They not only managed to take down one Nighttracker, but three of them. One of them being a very close friend of Nyx’s. So now it’s personal to all of them. Because for once they’re the ones being hunted, instead of doing the hunting. Which means that everyone has to be on their guard for anything suspicious. Including the new guy Torin. The one that Rodán brought into the fold recently. There’s just something about him that rubs Nyx the wrong way. She just can’t seem to get a good read on him, and it seems to her that he’s holding something back. Perhaps it’s the way that he kills all the demons so easily, almost as if he knew exactly were to attack them. However, keeping an eye on Torin isn’t the only thing that Nyx has to worry about. A certain detective has also caught her interest, in a good way. But when it comes to human relationships Nyx doesn’t exactly have a good record. And with all these demon killings going around she may not be able to ever make her move.

This novel would be classified as an adult urban fantasy novel. One that has a slight hint of romance to it. Otherwise, it’s full of demons, fae, shifters, and so much more. There’s so many that I actually forgot what certain characters were at times. Which just made the whole thing very confusing to me as well. Including the plot to this novel. Which became very confusing. Especially towards the very end of things. But that’s just to be expected in such a lackluster novel such as this one. Where all the details just sort of run together and become one huge mess. So when it comes down to my final recommendation it’s needless to say not a very good one. Because I wholeheartedly believe that there are truly better novels than this one. Ones were the details actually go right along with the characters they portray.

 

*Read on June 27th, 2017

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