Book Review: Wormwood

Title: Wormwood

Author: D.H. Nevins





Tiamat and his brothers, a legion of one hundred half-angels, have orders to send all humans on to their final judgment. Yet in a moment of weakness, Tiamat risks his life to rescue a hiker named Kali from the very destruction he initiated.
Kali, thrust from the surety of her world into the boundless hell of Tiamat’s, must try to find a way to survive in the Earth’s vast, devastated landscape. Plagued by a legion of Nephilim bent on sending her on, she is forced to trust the one being who could prove to be her greatest enemy.



My review

4/5 Stars

When I started reading this book, I wasn’t sure what to expect but I immediately loved the MC, Kali’s, personality. She’s witty and sarcastic so when she meets Tiamat, a strange and beautiful man, I was interested to see where the story would go. The next time she meets him is five years later, after he and his brothers have destroyed mankind and the Earth along with them.

From there, the action picked up quite nicely and the author’s writing style had both sweet moments as Kali tries to adjust to life as she now knows it. The book is powerful and will be a definite favorite for fans of paranormal romance along with dystopia.

Published by Author Kayla Krantz

Proud author responsible for Dead by Morning and The Council, fascinated by the dark and macabre. Stephen King is her all time inspiration mixed in with a little bit of Eminem and some faint remnants of the works of Edgar Allen Poe. When she began writing, she started in horror but it somehow drifted into thriller. She loves the 1988 movie Heathers. She was born and raised in Michigan but traveled across the country to where she currently resides in Texas.

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