- Book Title: The Devil's Metal
- Author: Karina Halle
- My Rating: 5/5 Stars
- Format: Ebook
I first heard about this book through some one's blog. As soon as I read her review, I just knew that I needed to get my hands on this book. The Devil's Metal is set in the 1970s, which to me is pretty awesome. It's a book that revolves around rock n' roll music, and for someone who loves rock n' roll as much as I do, this book definitely pulled me in. It's also a paranormal book that involves demons, so that's a plus in my opinion.
The main character in this book, Dawn Emerson, is a music journalist that goes on tour with a band, called Hybrid, that she has been in love with forever. I really loved Dawn's character because she is a super strong character and she's determined to follow her dreams.
Then we get to Sage Knightly, the lead guitarist for Hybrid. Sage is a bit mysterious at first because he doesn't really say much at all. But when he starts to open up a little, let me just say that you might fall in love. Sage is totally swoon-worthy. As soon as I finished this book, I was asking myself "Where can I get a Sage Knightly?!"
I really enjoyed all of the characters in this book. Some had me cracking up, some had me smiling like an idiot, and some had me wanting to throw things at the wall. Overall though, I really did like most of the characters.
I gave this book 5/5 stars because I was totally and completely in love with it the entire time I was reading it. I never wanted to put it down, I was staying up all night reading it, and I just kept wanting more and more. It's definitely a book that will suck you in and you won't be able to stop. All I have to say is well done, Karina Halle.
Favorite quote: "I wanted to be someone, someone important. I wanted to be revered, I wanted to be respected, I wanted to be loved. I wanted it all so much that I remember thinking I would do anything for it. I would give anything for it."
Do I recommend this book? Yes. If you love music, swoon-worthy guys, and demons, you should definitely check this book out. It's incredible.