Blog tour: The Die of Death by Kenneth B. Andersen @K_B_Andersen @The_WriteReads #TheDieOfDeath

Philip’s adventures as the Devil’s apprentice have changed him–in a good way. Although he misses his friends in Hell, he has made new friends in life.
But when the future of the underworld is threatened once again, Philip’s help is needed. Death’s Die has been stolen and immortality is spreading across the globe.
Philip throws himself into the search–and discovers a horrible truth about his own life along the way.

I am so happy to be one of the bloggers to open up the blog tour for The Die of Death, reading this was like getting back into a comfy reading zone. I absolutely love being a part of The Write Reads gang, especially when the ultimate blog tours give me an opportunity to find books that I love, or a series in this case! The Die of Death is the second book in The Great Devil War series, I absolutely adored the first in series and this second instalment made me fall for the series even more – thanks Kenneth for the perfect escapism tool in these times. The Die of Death was published by Høst & Søn on the 15th of October 2018, it’s available in paperback, audible AND if you’re on kindle unlimited it’s free! Check it out here.

I was so excited to be reunited with Philip in this hellish fantasy read, one that entwines a coming of age theme with the battle of good and evil. Philip was previously the angelic lad, the school snitch and one who had no friends, after his stint as the Devil’s apprentice he has broadened and strengthen his skill set – past Philip being a faint memory. Again, Hell is in trouble and the only person who can solve the mystery is the previous apprentice. Kenneth, through the medium of his characters, draws you in to the story that will have you completely hooked, one that will make you chuckle away as old friends reunite as well as getting more of an understanding for the way Hell works with the introduction of new characters, such as Death. What always captivates me about this series is the folklore injected into the storyline, such as the pale horse that personifies Death himself and the hourglass of life and death. I would absolutely love it for this book series to become a TV series, the sequence of events work and the visualisation – I can imagine Hell, everything perfectly – Kenneth’s writing is wonderful, it lulls you into a world, one where you’ll want to stay or at least have the next instalment at hand to binge!

The Die of Death is a witty, you’ll want to get out the red string out with your cork bored to help solve the hot mystery – I inhaled it in just over a day, the second book in two weeks that I’ve been able to read and hold my attention to. Thanks Kenneth for the escape, and Dave for the blog tour spot, it’s exactly what I needed.

I hope everyone is staying safe!
Until next time,
Happy reading!

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