Review of “Going Thru Hell” by T.J. Loveless

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Kylie is a Braider; a mortal with the ability to serve as a link between the worlds of humans and the immortals. Because of this, many of the immortals both hate and fear her, while others seek to protect her. For Kylie, though, the only objective that matters is to save her son, born of a union between her and the son of Thor, the god of thunder.

In T. J. Loveless’s Going Thru Hell, we follow Kylie’s often madcap adventures as she comes to grips with the true limits of her powers; deals with raging emotions; and tries to survive.

Loveless has woven a fascinating tale of fantasy, adventure, laced with generous helpings of ribald humor that will keep you reading until the last page, and then gasping for breath, and wanting more.

Go on a wild ride with Kylie from one end of the U.S. to another, from the world of humans to the realm of the pantheons of a wild variety of immortals, as she tries to save humanity, even if it costs her her own soul. I received a review copy of this book, but would gladly dig into my pocket for the shekels to buy it. The only thing that keeps me from giving it five stars are a few typos that unfortunately intrude at some of the most interesting places in the narrative, but fortunately, don’t detract from a fascinating tale.

 

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3 thoughts on “Review of “Going Thru Hell” by T.J. Loveless

    charlieray45 responded:
    October 22, 2013 at 5:13 pm

    Reblogged this on Asnycnow Radio.

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    T.J. (@tjloveless3) said:
    October 23, 2013 at 9:46 pm

    Charlie – thank you!! I’m glad you liked following Kylie around the US and her various misadventures 🙂

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