Review: Give the Devil His Due by Meg Collett

SYNOPSIS: Give the Devil His Due

Set in the same world as Meg Collett’s bestselling End of Days series comes the darkly comedic paranormal serial spin-off series, Days of New.

A girl who doesn’t believe in angels.

A devil who doesn’t believe in himself.

She has one week to save his soul or another war will break out, and no one will survive this one.


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Your d*mn right Clark St. James has pink hair dye in the apocalypse! In all seriousness, the ending of this book was perfection. It tied up all the loose ends that I had a questions about and for the most part left me with a smile on my face. So I spend a decent portion of this book wondering what the heck was going to happen between Clark and Cami. Leave it to Maya to save the world because the only thing the devil ever needed was love.

I loved the last 13%…the concepts of the angels making sacrifices was a brilliant idea and a nice contrast to the fact that the human race has been making sacrifices since this whole thing started. The story was beautifully told and wrapped up into a nice little package. Bravo Meg Collett!



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