In the sequel to “The Devil’s Lieutenant,” Michael rides again. He may have discovered a loophole that will allow him to break his allegiance to Satan and finally be reunited with his family. But at what cost? He begins yet another nightmarish journey, perhaps even more heart-breaking than his last, as he seeks redemption and a chance to hold his wife and his son in his arms once again.
Warning: the story contains graphic violence and profanity.
As stated in the blurb, this is the follow on from The Devil’s Lieutenant. I would recommend reading the books in order to get the most out of them though the author does give enough background in this one if you haven’t managed to read the previous one. I will also quickly add that do not let the warning in the blurb put you off if you are not big on violence. I read a lot of crime books and whilst this may not come solely under the crime genre, it is very tame and in my personal opinion the warning isn’t needed.
I really took to Michael in the previous book. It was good to catch up with him again and see how he was getting on living in Hell and being a servant to the devil himself. Without a doubt this story will have you questioning how far you would go to be with the ones you love.
There are so many dilemmas that Michael has to face that I really felt for him. We get to meet an array of different characters, some that you will hate and some who will really tug on your heart strings.
Escape From Hell was another emotional roller coaster of a read from the author. He really has you going through so many emotions. I love the whole good versus evil and feel a bit bad that I actually quite like the devil. Only in the fact that I think he makes a great baddie I should add. I now have the agonising wait for more from the author.
Escape From Hell is available to purchase from Amazon. (Please note that link used is an affiliate link).