Deal with the Devil

  • Title: Deal with the Devil
  • Author: Michael G.Williams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Deal with the Devil Withrow Surrett has two big problems a vigilante and a villain who keep getting in his way as he searches the small Southern city of Durham North Carolina for a vampire who shouldn t be there Throw
    Withrow Surrett has two big problems a vigilante and a villain who keep getting in his way as he searches the small Southern city of Durham, North Carolina, for a vampire who shouldn t be there Throw in Withrow s mad cousin Roderick, a coven of technopagans, neighborhood kids who stay up late to watch the bogeyman walk down their street, a quest for revenge, hidden histoWithrow Surrett has two big problems a vigilante and a villain who keep getting in his way as he searches the small Southern city of Durham, North Carolina, for a vampire who shouldn t be there Throw in Withrow s mad cousin Roderick, a coven of technopagans, neighborhood kids who stay up late to watch the bogeyman walk down their street, a quest for revenge, hidden history and an unexpected acquaintance from the past and Withrow s having a hell of a time as the self proclaimed boss of all the vampires around Withrow finds himself chasing and chased down dark alleys, up suburban streets and across ivied campus quads in pursuit of hidden truths and flamboyant foes Confronting feelings he hasn t experienced in decades, Withrow is forced to question the life he s made for himself They say no man is an island but can a vampire spend forever alone Is it possible Withrow has even less control over the world around him than he thought In DEAL WITH THE DEVIL, Withrow tackles all this with his signature dark humor and readiness to fight.

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    About Michael G.Williams


    1. Michael is a native of the mountains of western North Carolina and has resided in the Triangle area of the state for twenty years He has been a participant in National Novel Writing Month for many years and encourages anyone interested in writing to jump headlong into the deep end of insanity for thirty days Michael is a brother in St Anthony Hall and Mu Beta Psi and believes strongly in the power of found families He lives in Durham with his two cats and and better friends than he probably deserves Michael earned a BA in Performance Studies at UNC Chapel Hill and works as an engineer He is an avid reader, writer, runner and participant in tabletop roleplaying games.


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    1. The first chapter starts with an exciting and hilarious chase that may well be one of the best opening scenes of a book I've ever had the pleasure to enjoy.The realism of his characters (allowing for a suspension of disbelief to accept vampires and the like) is delightful. They are flawed, strong, weak, aware, self-deceiving, amazingly clever yet prone to acts of rash and inexplicable stupidity. They are beautifully human (even when not), and I love them.Equally pleasurable is the fluidity in ge [...]

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    2. "A year ago my cousin thought himself the gun and me the bullet: he could aim and fire me at a problem. He agreed to let me stay in his domain in return for removing the vermin from one particular corner of it. My cousin does not realize just how great a problem he has, however, I do. I intend to solve that problem and I intend to use my cousin to do it."--RoderickThis book has some meat on it--but plenty of blood sauce for vampire lovers. Our favorite vampire, Withrow, has just discovered that [...]

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    3. The Withrow Chronicles series by Mr. Williams has an interesting twist. He sets his vampire - suburban fantasy series in a different subgenre each time. First story was Perishables with a subgenre of Zombie Horror where Withrow Surrett has to decide if saving his Homeowners association is worth the effort. In Deal with the Devil, the subgenre is Superhero. Mr. Williams does not get all the nuances and tropes of superpower prose like his did with Zombie horror, but he does an admirable job. Aside [...]

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    4. Another truly excellent work in the Withrow Chronicles. There is always a danger that a series like this could get old hat very quickly, but Michael G. William's reinvention of genre every time he takes you on a Withrow journey really livens things up a notch each time I dip my toe in these vampyric waters! Here the master storyteller takes Withrow into a demonic new encounter and gets him well and truly wrapped up the mortals and social demands that he's been trying oh-so-hard to avoid up until [...]

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    5. This book is set in the town in which I live (Durham NC), and reading a novel set here is a new experience for me. It also added another dimension of appreciation because I know the surroundings in which the action occurs, and it was fun to follow it on that level in addition to just watching the plot unfold. Even though they are basically underworld thugs and murderous vampires, Withrow and Roderick are two characters that I like so much I would read just about any story in which they featured. [...]

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    6. So far this is my favorite out of the series. I feel like it combined the strengths of the first two books into one neat little package. It was a bit of a slow start for me, but when I got hooked I got hooked hard and powered through the rest. That's mostly because there is A LOT going on that needed to be set up in the beginning, which made it all well worth the wait in the end.What I really liked about this book is that we're seeing Withrow continue to slowly change his mind about both allies [...]

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    7. Full review here:jamesgenrebooks/2I'll be curious as to what surprises Book Four holds within its bound pages.

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