Hammer Down

Hammer Down When hell reigns on earth love is a luxury they can t afford Children of the Undying Book While the tattered remains of humanity huddle underground hiding in their virtual world Devi prefers liv

  • Title: Hammer Down
  • Author: Moira Rogers
  • ISBN: 9781609285609
  • Page: 479
  • Format: ebook
  • When hell reigns on earth, love is a luxury they can t afford Children of the Undying, Book 2 While the tattered remains of humanity huddle underground, hiding in their virtual world, Devi prefers living topside, making dangerous hauls through the demon infested wasteland earth has become The wealth that comes from smuggling supplies to those shunned as summoner born orWhen hell reigns on earth, love is a luxury they can t afford Children of the Undying, Book 2 While the tattered remains of humanity huddle underground, hiding in their virtual world, Devi prefers living topside, making dangerous hauls through the demon infested wasteland earth has become The wealth that comes from smuggling supplies to those shunned as summoner born or demon touched doesn t hurt, either.The man she meets to arrange one of those under the table hauls is complicated and handsome as hell Literally A glimpse of the predator beneath his silver gaze and she s tempted to break her cardinal rule never mix business with pleasure.Zel s first look at the wild haired hauler threatens to distract him from his mission and reminds him just how long it s been since he got laid As the leader of an outcast settlement, he can t afford to trust too easily Devi s got a reputation for running a tight, disciplined crew, but her very willingness to deal with him means she has something to hide.Not to mention a hot, tempting package like her could be the cleverest trap his enemies have ever set.Warning Contains demon bars, virtual and literal fights to the death, forbidden love, renegade AIs, a badass truck driving heroine who will do anything to protect her crew and the half demon warrior who will move heaven and hell to make her his.

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    1. After reading Demon Bait, the novella kicking off this series, I had to start this full-length Children of the Undying novel immediately. I knew I would like it, but had no idea how much. THIS BOOK IS SO GOOD, YOU GUYS!! The setting and feel for me is very Matrix-Meets-Firefly. It has the network with virtual realities similar to that of the Matrix, but the comradery and post-apocalyptic feel of Firefly, only with trucks and demons. But don't let me box Hammer Down in to anything in specific, be [...]

    2. The world-building in this book was really interesting, although a bit sparse on a few important details which just made certain scenes confusing. Zel and Devi were a bit one-dimensional, especially Devi, but I can see where this could be a great series If it's going to be continued that is. And it doesn't look likely since this was released in 2012 and nothing else has come out since.

    3. Decades after the demon apocalypse, Devi and her crew make a living hauling supplies and people through dangerous lands. When they're attacked while on the way to make a delivery, Devi is saved by a man that is as dangerous as he is handsome. Zel hasn't been able to get the beautiful Devi out of his mind since their first meeting. The demon blood that runs through his veins demands he takes her but his human side knows he must put the well being of his settlement first. With unrest among his peo [...]

    4. Hammer Down is the first full length novel in Roger’s new Children of the Undying series. Even if you haven’t read the previous novella, Demon Bait, you won’t have any problem to jump into this new world with relish.We find ourselves in a world of screaming opposites after the apocalyptic rise of the demon-kind upon earth. The world lies in ruins and society as we know it is gone forever. We have the world of the humans who depend on their technology to escape from their post apocalyptic w [...]

    5. Joint review with E originally posted here: thebookpushers/2012/01/03/Publisher: SamhainPublish Date: Out nowHow we got this book: ARC from the AuthorMinnChica: When Bree and Donna first announced the Children of the Undying series, I was sooo excited. The moment I got my copy of Hammer Down, I read it immediately and couldn’t even begin to express just how awesome I thought this book was. There were so many amazing things about this, and the set up for the series that it instantly became one [...]

    6. Originally posted at: whippedcream2/201A LASR BEST BOOK!Moira Rogers has built a futuristic, post apocalyptic world filled with humans, demons and those who are somewhere in between the two. The futuristic technology is fantastic, and the characters are all well crafted and complex. I love this world, and the people who live here - the good, the bad and those who straddle the fence between the two.The demon Armageddon created chaos in the world. Fifty years later, life is lived in virtual realit [...]

    7. Demon Bait was a novella and the first in this series. Hammer Down is the second in the series, and a full length novel. In some ways Demon Bait is the appetizer, still amazing on it's own, but Hammer Down is the entree. You think "Yes, THIS is what I waited for!" We learn about those characters we got a peek of in the first story, plus so much more is revealed about the world. Twists and turns abound. The story revolves around Zel and Devi, two strong, stubborn, intelligent and self-sacrificing [...]

    8. I loved this one. My all time favorite movie is The Matrix and this had a Matrix feel to it. Kick-ass, unique and quirky characters and fascinating world-building. Loved the world they created, plus a scorching hot romance. So this was win. And I really like Rogers' writing: great pacing and very realistic and easy flowing dialogue. Really enjoyed. I also love their Southern Arcana series. And I'm going to start their Bloodhounds series next.Definitely recommend it. It has a little of everything [...]

    9. Excellent book with compelling plot with plenty of twists and turns. I adored the world building and a believable but sexy romance. Highly recommend.

    10. While the tattered remains of humanity huddle underground, hiding in their virtual world, Devi prefers living topside, making dangerous hauls through the demon-infested wasteland earth has become. The wealth that comes from smuggling supplies to those shunned as summoner-born or demon-touched doesn’t hurt, either.The man she meets to arrange one of those under-the-table hauls is complicated…and handsome as hell. Literally. A glimpse of the predator beneath his silver gaze and she’s tempted [...]

    11. I am fan of Ms. Rogers writing and her sci-fy series is seriously becoming an addiction of mine. If you come to my blog home you will not see many sci-fy reviews I'm not sure what it is about the outer world that does not make me run to read them, I haven't figured it out. But I am very picky about the sci-fy world reading material I put on my iPad. And Ms. Rogers series is one you will definitely find on my iPad.Ms. Rogers has created a world with the right mix of creativity, intrigue, mystery, [...]

    12. Since the Fall, a rude, restrictive existence leads the downtrodden humans and demon-kind is the ruling class in this adult post apocalyptic world. Prequel novella, Demon Bait, introduces the world and takes the reader through several genres. I'd recommend reading the prequel first for more clarity though this installment can be read as stand alone.Devi, lives topside and ekes out a living leading a tight knit rag tag crew hauling supplies and the occasional contraband over dangerous terrain to [...]

    13. *stares at the computer* *attempts to gather thoughts* *stares some more* This is a darn hard book to write about. There is so much awesome. SO MUCH. And it's all over the place as far as genres go. In an entirely good way. It has the post-apocalyptic things going on. It has a touch of paranormal romance/urban fantasy. It has demons and truckers? AND IT WORKS! IT WORKS LIKE SOMETHING THAT WORKS REALLY WELL!Zel and Devi have definite, undeniable chemistry. He wants her but he has a passel of peo [...]

    14. From authors' website: "While the tattered remains of humanity huddle underground, hiding in their virtual world, Devi prefers living topside, making dangerous hauls through the demon-infested wasteland earth has become. The wealth that comes from smuggling supplies to those shunned as summoner-born or demon-touched doesn't hurt, either.The man she meets to arrange one of those under-the-table hauls is complicatedd handsome as hell. Literally. A glimpse of the predator beneath his silver gaze an [...]

    15. 4.5 stars. This book is an excellent example of what I look for in small press. Love the fresh feel, raw, off-the-page characters, and tech talk. Exceptionally tightly written, fast-paced, tough heroine, dangerous hero, romantic plot balanced well with the rest of the story. I was especially enamored of the love scenes: steamy, but not wholly explicit. The world-building was excellent, except that I felt disadvantaged at the start. I stopped reading after the (action-packed) first chapter to che [...]

    16. Excellent world building and good character development. Two things that are very important to me in order to like a book. The dialog was interesting and sometimes funny, and the pacing of the story was good as well.It was a nice surprise to me to see that Zel got his story first. He was the most interesting secondary character (to me at least) in the short story that introduced us to this world. But, as the leader of the settlement the writing team of Moira Rodgers could have made us wait for h [...]

    17. 3 1/2 starsDifficult to rate this mix of urban fantasy, futuristic post apocalyptic world with a strong dash of PNR.Pros:-- Good world-building-- Plot: clear, intriguing, without any hole-- Good characters development, no black or white card-boards, but real fictional people with flaws.Con:--None really. It's my preferences that fault this as a PNR more than UF story (which I prefer). I found the team Rogers a hit or miss for me, but this series (like Wilder's Mate) is definitely my cup.

    18. Another fantastic read by Moira Rogers!Once again we are given truly fantastic characters and a situation that will forge unending partnerships or leave destruction in it's path.Fast-paced, action-packed, well-written, fully-developed characters, and a diverse, carefully built setting all put together with a fantastic story.The technology and world building in this one is different from anything I have read recently. Cleverly planned and creatively designed - this is one you don't want to miss o [...]

    19. The world building in this series is so incredibly rich you forget you're reading at times! I can certainly see this series as a movie or TV series, its imagery is that rich!I wasn't fond of the first book as I felt like much of what was going in the post-apocalyptic world had not been detailed enough for me but this one This one tied it up nicely. I'm really looking forward to more installments in this world.

    20. Woot!A new Moira Rogers books, am in happy placeAnd it was a top read, which has successfully sucked me into the series.

    21. Just when I was ready to give up on Moira Rogers I read this book. It was a cross of Matrix meets Mad Max. I really enjoyed it.

    22. Enjoyable. I love the world building. Just enough world building and romance. I want more in this series!

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