Witches' Bane

· The Soul Eater Book 2 · Crazy Ace Publishing
23 reviews

About this ebook

“I didn’t earn the name Godkiller, but in three days I’ll own it.”

Witches are disappearing all over New York and Ace Dante couldn’t care less. Until one holds his friend at gunpoint, demanding Ace take the job. 

The witch produces a girl's severed arm, bearing an unusual hieroglyph, and Ace starts to care a whole lot more. He recognizes that mark. It’s connected to Ace in ways he doesn’t yet understand. Why is it on a dead witch’s arm?

Missing witches and severed arms aren’t Ace’s only problems. With a new name around his neck—Godkiller—Ace has a promise to uphold. He has three days to kill the god, Thoth. Or risk Osiris’s wrath. The last time Ace defied Osiris, he earned a curse that crippled his life and turned him into Osiris’s puppet for eternity. 

This time, Osiris won’t be as lenient. Ace must kill Thoth. An impossible task. It takes a god to kill a god, and Ace is just a washed-up mercenary. Isn’t he? 

As the spells are cast and the truth is revealed, there’s only one way out. Ace must become the monster the gods fear him to be. 

The Soul Eater has a new name, and now, nobody is safe.

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23 reviews
Penny Zeek
March 10, 2018
I always love a new character. And I've found that in Ace Dante. He's hot. Holds nothing back [ unless he's told to]. Hot and delicious man candy that kicks ass. I can't wait for the rest of the series
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Lance Wrede
November 10, 2019
However, I think the author is using that to have people buy more books. Which is just a dirty trick. No more, I'm done.
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Johanna M DeCurtis
January 26, 2018
That's it! I'm in love with the devil, soul-eater, whatever you want to call him and I love the cat lady too!
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