“Inferno”, A Hot Read!

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To his classmates, Nick is your average sixteen year old boy, a football player who lacks the ability to make friends with the exception of his unknown demon friends. But Nick has a big secret.

To his classmates, Nick is your average sixteen year old boy, a football player who lacks the ability to make friends with the exception of his unknown demon friends. But Nick has a big secret. He is part of the undead world and his father is the king. And that means he will inherit his father’s powers. But little does he know, his powers will eventually become much stronger than anyone could ever imagine, and Nick is starting to lose his cool. It doesn’t help when your history teacher is Death himself. Or when your girlfriend is an assassin made to kill you.

 

As things become more difficult, Nick gets a new girlfriend who he knows is way out of his league. Things start to get strange as he sees himself and others around him start to change. All the while, Nick’s powers are becoming stronger by the minute and getting harder to control. Will he be able to overcome his powers, or will they overcome him?
 

 

I found this book dramatic and intense while humorous at the same time. This book is not always action. Though it is a great book, I found some of the material drawn out. At a whopping 445 pages, it isn't really what you call a short read. This book takes you on an adventure from the first page to the last. Because of the material and language I would say this book should be limited to readers ages 12 and older. Over all I enjoyed this book. This story appeals to many different kinds of readers so even if you don’t normally go for action stories, I would recommend this book.