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Daniel Faust’s last heist ended with a betrayal, a bullet in his heart, and a plunge from a lonely back-country bridge. Now he’s on life support, and the occult relic keeping him tethered to this world is counting down the last seconds to midnight. That’s the good news. The bad news is, he just woke up in hell. Marooned, lost, and hunted in an endless city of the damned, Dan Daniel Faust’s last heist ended with a betrayal, a bullet in his heart, and a plunge from a lonely back-country bridge. Now he’s on life support, and the occult relic keeping him tethered to this world is counting down the last seconds to midnight. That’s the good news. The bad news is, he just woke up in hell. Marooned, lost, and hunted in an endless city of the damned, Daniel is racing against time. If he can’t make it back to his body before the clock runs out, he’ll be trapped in the netherworld forever. A host of enemies stand in his way. Some are desperate to silence him. Others, ghosts etched in blood and gun-smoke, are hungry for payback. Hell is the one place where you can never outrun your past. And in the land of the living, Daniel’s family and crew gather to mount a desperate defense around his hospital bed as assassins close in from all sides. Survival will take a miracle, but this magician might have one last trick up his sleeve.


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Daniel Faust’s last heist ended with a betrayal, a bullet in his heart, and a plunge from a lonely back-country bridge. Now he’s on life support, and the occult relic keeping him tethered to this world is counting down the last seconds to midnight. That’s the good news. The bad news is, he just woke up in hell. Marooned, lost, and hunted in an endless city of the damned, Dan Daniel Faust’s last heist ended with a betrayal, a bullet in his heart, and a plunge from a lonely back-country bridge. Now he’s on life support, and the occult relic keeping him tethered to this world is counting down the last seconds to midnight. That’s the good news. The bad news is, he just woke up in hell. Marooned, lost, and hunted in an endless city of the damned, Daniel is racing against time. If he can’t make it back to his body before the clock runs out, he’ll be trapped in the netherworld forever. A host of enemies stand in his way. Some are desperate to silence him. Others, ghosts etched in blood and gun-smoke, are hungry for payback. Hell is the one place where you can never outrun your past. And in the land of the living, Daniel’s family and crew gather to mount a desperate defense around his hospital bed as assassins close in from all sides. Survival will take a miracle, but this magician might have one last trick up his sleeve.

30 review for Down Among the Dead Men

  1. 4 out of 5

    ✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)

    That ending. THAT ENDING. That sums it up quite nicely, yes. Oh, and by the way, this book features the greatest family reunion in the history of greatest family reunions. Everyone's here, slightly evil thrice cousins thrice removed included! Even the somewhat spoiler spoiler spoiler ones we hadn't seen in a while because spoiler spoiler spoiler and stuff! And that is slightly glorious, if you ask me. And now what I want to know is, when the fish will the next installment be released?! P.S. I've ask That ending. THAT ENDING. That sums it up quite nicely, yes. Oh, and by the way, this book features the greatest family reunion in the history of greatest family reunions. Everyone's here, slightly evil thrice cousins thrice removed included! Even the somewhat spoiler spoiler spoiler ones we hadn't seen in a while because spoiler spoiler spoiler and stuff! And that is slightly glorious, if you ask me. And now what I want to know is, when the fish will the next installment be released?! P.S. I've asked before but I'll ask again: Cait, will you marry me? Pretty please? We can share Danny and stuff 😬. P.P.S. I want to work for one of Prince Sitri's TV channels when I grow up. Such interesting staff there 😍😍. · Book 1: The Long Way Down ★★★★★ · Book 1.5: The White Gold Score ★★★★★ · Book 2: Redemption Song ★★★★★ · Book 3: The Living End ★★★★★ · Book 4: A Plain-Dealing Villain ★★★★★ · Book 5: The Killing Floor Blues ★★★★★ · Book 6.1: Sweet, Blissful Certainty ★★★ · Book 7: Double or Nothing ★★★★★ · Book 7.1: A Drive in the Country ★★★★ · Book 7.2: Sixty Six Seconds ★★★★ · Book 8: The Neon Boneyard ★★★★★ · Book 9: The Locust Job ★★★★★ [July 19, 2022] To be released this Friday July 22, 2022!!! Oh my shrimp oh my shrimp oh my shrimp!!!!! P.S. That. Cover. 😍😍

  2. 4 out of 5

    Fiona

    I wasn't afraid of my eternal fate. It didn't keep me up at night. I just wasn't rushing toward it with any sense of haste. I was whole and healthy in the land of the living, and thinking too much about the afterlife felt like a bad play, so I just... didn't. I treated death like I treated taxes: optional, and best avoided at all costs. In hindsight, I probably should have prepared for this. Nothing stings like the pain of ignorance. Given the massive cliffhanger at the end of book 9, consider th I wasn't afraid of my eternal fate. It didn't keep me up at night. I just wasn't rushing toward it with any sense of haste. I was whole and healthy in the land of the living, and thinking too much about the afterlife felt like a bad play, so I just... didn't. I treated death like I treated taxes: optional, and best avoided at all costs. In hindsight, I probably should have prepared for this. Nothing stings like the pain of ignorance. Given the massive cliffhanger at the end of book 9, consider this a warning that there will probably be series spoilers in this review, as much as I'll try to avoid them. But just for you, here's a mini-review - read this series. Read everything written by Heather Schaefer under the name Craig Schaefer (and to future-proof, if she writes anything under Heather, read that too). It's all fantastic. When you look at the events of the Wisdom's Grave trilogy (which involved Daniel Faust, I'll hit the point eventually), it's hard to imagine where you go from there. But the two books in the Faust series that have come out since more than answer that question - there's always another side to consider, and plot to be mined from it. Picking up directly after the end of the last book, Down Among the Dead Men was phenomenal. From the depths of Hell to the (currently) more terrestrial threats, Faust and his family of choice are in about the worst spot we've seen them in - watching how they pull together to try and get Daniel and themselves through another day made me wonder about myself, because I freaking love it. But I swear it's not the hardship, it's the way they have each others back to hell and beyond (literally) - there's a lot of different ways to love and they show them all. (view spoiler)[Also Hell was frigging amazing. I kind of hope we see more, but if the author catches us wanting more Hell she'll do that whole wishmaster thing and give us what we wished for. (hide spoiler)] The ending wasn't the heart-stopper of the last book (just as well because I couldn't do that again), but I am SO excited to see where the next book goes. Oh, and because Caitlin and Daniel are the best fricking couple out there: (view spoiler)[She could bring the brute force. I'd bring the finesse. That was usually our vibe, anyway, the mode where we could play to our strengths and do the most damage. Damn, it felt good to be back together again. You said it! (hide spoiler)]

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alissa

    Another solid installment in the series, probably my favorite lately. The story picks up where it left off with seamless finesse: fast-paced, tight, nicely-written and full of the Faust series vibe I’ve come to love. No cliffhanger, but I really look forward to read what’s going to happen next. Sincerely, a Channel Two fan. I wasn’t afraid of my eternal fate. It didn’t keep me up at night. I just wasn’t rushing toward it with any sense of haste.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lukasz

    4.5/5 Daniel Faust is my favorite ongoing Urban Fantasy series. Dead among the Dead Men confirms Schaefer is the master of layering plots on top of plots. Dan should celebrate his 40th birthday in Vegas. Instead, he's in Hell, alone and on the run. Baron Navaarasi was always good at what she did, but when you realize what was her plan all along, damn, you'll be impressed. Dan is. At least when he's not trying to survive and help his loved ones protecting his body on Earth. I loved the book and dev 4.5/5 Daniel Faust is my favorite ongoing Urban Fantasy series. Dead among the Dead Men confirms Schaefer is the master of layering plots on top of plots. Dan should celebrate his 40th birthday in Vegas. Instead, he's in Hell, alone and on the run. Baron Navaarasi was always good at what she did, but when you realize what was her plan all along, damn, you'll be impressed. Dan is. At least when he's not trying to survive and help his loved ones protecting his body on Earth. I loved the book and devoured it in one sitting. I have one tiny quibble, but I can't mention it here lest I spoil things. I need the next Harmony Black and next Faust books ASAP.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mihir

    Full review over at Fantasy Book Critic OVERVIEW/ANALYSIS: Down Among The Dead Men is the long awaited start to the fourth arc in the Daniel Faust series. When we last met Faust in The Locust Job, he was busy pulling off the most dangerous job of his entire career. However the way the story ended, the climax left all fans wondering what would happen next. Finally, after two horridly long years, we have the next volume and I could not wait to jump in and see what the devious author has planned f Full review over at Fantasy Book Critic OVERVIEW/ANALYSIS: Down Among The Dead Men is the long awaited start to the fourth arc in the Daniel Faust series. When we last met Faust in The Locust Job, he was busy pulling off the most dangerous job of his entire career. However the way the story ended, the climax left all fans wondering what would happen next. Finally, after two horridly long years, we have the next volume and I could not wait to jump in and see what the devious author has planned for the reader and Faust. The story begins with Daniel waking up in a unique location that’s been only discussed so far and it is one Hell of a place. Marooned in a completely, alien-esque territory, Faust has to figure what’s what and who he can trust. Over in the land of the living, Jennifer and the rest of Daniel’s family have transported his comatose body to a hospital and have commandeered a fort Knox like situation. However, they don’t hold all the aces as they don’t quite know who caused this horrible scenario. Overall, this book has an incredible premise and the author delivers fittingly. Heather Schaefer is an absolute beast when it comes to writing terrific thrillers laced with horror, dark fantasy and superb characters. This book is (again) no exception and one thing that I have to highlight is how amazingly dark, creepy and horrific her descriptions for Lucifer’s homeworld are. As a reader, it was so much fun to explore Hell through Daniel’s eyes as the character doesn’t really get to have any fun. Hell has been sparsely described in the previous nine volumes and here we get to see quite a fair bit. Beginning from a sprawling Megapolis that has been cannibalized by gangs lead by the worst of humanity. There are famous people who make cameos that might bring a chuckle or a sjake of the head depending on your historical insights. The highlight was the number of TV channels to be found in hell and what is broadcast on them. Lastly, quite a few of Faust’s enemies make a reappearance and it was a thrill to read about them locking horns with Faust again. The plot features dual timelines and I loved how streamlined they both were. The pace is off the charts and sometimes I wish the author had slowed it down to highlight more of the world and hospital standoff scenario. That is how fantastic it was and yet as a reader, I wanted more. It is a distinct quality of Heather’s writing that as a reader, each time we are given a higher zenith to expect for the future books. It is no different here. After the brilliance showcased within DATDM, I can hardly wait for Never Send Roses (the next Harmony Black book) as well as the next Faust title. Another aspect of this book that is thrilling for the readers is that it focusses on one of my favourite side characters Baron Navaarasi. She has been a fascinating antagonist/potential frenemy for Faust and in this volume, we get a terrifying inkling of one aspect of her plans. The magnificent cover is another hint about it. However she’s most absent from the pages but her terror and ruthlessness is spread all over the story. She and the Enemy are turning out to the major antagonists for this arc and I cannot wait to see the true extent of Navaarasi’s grand plan(s). I have to highlight the Enemy-Paladin ongoing storyline gets another small teaser within this and that looks to be the major event looming ahead. The cover as always is a banger! James T. Egan has absolutely understood the core concept of this series and every cover of his is one more step in the upward ascent similar to the books. The action found within the story is a bit more horrific than usual and considering this is Hell after all. Some fans need to prepare themselves mentally about the Mad Max-like style of cretins to be found within. Lastly, for any drawbacks, they are so miniscule that I feel foolish even to point them out. Primarily (as I mentioned before), I wanted this book to be longer because the worldbuilding was so enthralling. The end sequence is such a nail-biting one and a particular thing happens whose resolution we do not get to witness. As a reader, I felt robbed and I sincerely with it was cleared up but then again it makes sense from the way it is presented (a POV character being unconscious and quickly taken far away). These are very small nitpicks from a fan of the series as again we have been spoiled from the author’s magnificent storytelling prowess. CONCLUSION: Down Among The Dead Men is a fascinating thriller that mashes together various fascinating aspects of Mad Max, Under Siege, & Behind Enemy Lines. It does these things successfully and once again highlights how amazing a writer Heather is and how incredible the Daniel Faust series is. As a reader and a fan, this title bowled me over and once again, I’m left waiting desperately for the next amazing thing that the author plans to release.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Meenu

    This is singularly the best news I've heard all month! Review to follow once the book gets released and I get my hands on a copy Late review: Look I was full on expecting a location change - and this delivered,the fact that Daniel is presumed **** and his fam bam is out there trying to do their best. I wish there was more action towards the hospital - but oh my god the p- I genuinely had to reread the page, cackled out loud at that. and Oh my god that ending This is singularly the best news I've heard all month! Review to follow once the book gets released and I get my hands on a copy Late review: Look I was full on expecting a location change - and this delivered,the fact that Daniel is presumed **** and his fam bam is out there trying to do their best. I wish there was more action towards the hospital - but oh my god the p- I genuinely had to reread the page, cackled out loud at that. and Oh my god that ending

  7. 5 out of 5

    Bory

    Do I really need to say I like the book? I read it in one sitting, on the day it came out. Down among the Dead Men is book 10 in a series, so obviously I'm invested in these characters and this story, seeing as I've stuck around for this long. I've read everything in Schaefer's shared universe - Daniel Faust, Harmony Black, Wisdom's Grave, The Revanche cycle - and I'll keep reading because Schaefer is a master of her craft, and has sucked me in good and proper at this point. Down Among the Dead Do I really need to say I like the book? I read it in one sitting, on the day it came out. Down among the Dead Men is book 10 in a series, so obviously I'm invested in these characters and this story, seeing as I've stuck around for this long. I've read everything in Schaefer's shared universe - Daniel Faust, Harmony Black, Wisdom's Grave, The Revanche cycle - and I'll keep reading because Schaefer is a master of her craft, and has sucked me in good and proper at this point. Down Among the Dead Men is great. Schaefer's idea of hell is as unique and interesting as her idea of heaven. There are some gruesome imagery described on page, and some intense moments (that duel with the Chef immediately comes to mind), all of which makes for a very entertaining, engaging read. The reminder that this is very much a shared universe was much appreciated (trying to avoid spoilers), with my favorite character from this universe making a woefully short appearance, though it left me a tad confused regarding the timeline. Are the events in Down Among the Dead Men happening before or after those of Black Tie Required? It has to be after, right? While I do really like this book, I do have a couple of gripes. First and foremost, there is an overarching story across all of these series - The First Story - and that plot line felt like it was coming to a head in the last couple of Faust books. If there is one big problem with Down Among the Dead Men it's that it did very little to progress that particular aspect the plot... as far as I can tell; there are many complicated plot threads being weaved here. I like a good mystery as much as the next person, but I want to know, damn it, and not being any closer to having the answers is giving me metaphorical blue balls. There are many strolls down memory lane here, which is both a high and a low point. This is, after all, book 10, and it has been a couple of years since The Locust Job came out. I don't have the time to re-read 9 books right now, especially with so little notice. While Schaefer does a good job of reminding the reader of past plots, I still had to do some intense rummaging through the ol' memory vaults, trying to recollect details of events and characters. Also, the ending felt kind of abrupt. I get that it's a setup for upcoming installments, but still. Overall, I look forward to whatever Schaefer writes next. Never Send Roses can't come out soon enough.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I can't tell you how excited I was to see this book in the kindle store yesterday. Wow, it's been forever since we've had an update in Daniel's crazy world. If you've not heard of this series and you like an urban fantasy featuring Vegas magic and real magic and gangsters and shapeshifters and demons and other dimensions and ghosts and a crazy story of good versus evil that spans time and space...this whole thing is a trip into madness, but it's so fun and I'm thrilled that even though it's been I can't tell you how excited I was to see this book in the kindle store yesterday. Wow, it's been forever since we've had an update in Daniel's crazy world. If you've not heard of this series and you like an urban fantasy featuring Vegas magic and real magic and gangsters and shapeshifters and demons and other dimensions and ghosts and a crazy story of good versus evil that spans time and space...this whole thing is a trip into madness, but it's so fun and I'm thrilled that even though it's been a while since I read the last book, it all came rushing back to me as soon as I started reading this. I was not disappointed. It's lovely. And, I'm eagerly awaiting the next installment, whether it's a Daniel or a Harmony book. ❤❤❤

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dayanara Ryelle

    Sweet four-armed Goddess, she's done it again! 💙😍 I don't remember if I've ever cursed at the end of a book and meant it positively, but I do this time! (I can't recall the exact string, but I believe it ended with "...chicken tender, damn!" 😂) Usually, when I say, "I can't imagine reading this again", I mean, "it was good enough to finish, but that's about it." This time, I mean, "I'm not sure if I can read it again with all the magic gone!" It would be like watching Miss Universe already knowing Sweet four-armed Goddess, she's done it again! 💙😍 I don't remember if I've ever cursed at the end of a book and meant it positively, but I do this time! (I can't recall the exact string, but I believe it ended with "...chicken tender, damn!" 😂) Usually, when I say, "I can't imagine reading this again", I mean, "it was good enough to finish, but that's about it." This time, I mean, "I'm not sure if I can read it again with all the magic gone!" It would be like watching Miss Universe already knowing your country didn't make the top ten, y'know? Oh, and I absolutely hate gifs (I use them as little as possible, or only on sites where they won't autoplay), but this deserves one:

  10. 4 out of 5

    James

    Years in the making and well worth the wait As always Heather Schaefer delivers a tale of twists and turns and pitfalls leaving you hanging on every chapter trying to see the big picture for the puzzle and not seeing what's hidden Years in the making and well worth the wait As always Heather Schaefer delivers a tale of twists and turns and pitfalls leaving you hanging on every chapter trying to see the big picture for the puzzle and not seeing what's hidden

  11. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Todd

    Amazing book! Loved this book, hell being fleshed out was amazing and the latest twists and turns were incredibly enjoyable , can't wait for the next book Amazing book! Loved this book, hell being fleshed out was amazing and the latest twists and turns were incredibly enjoyable , can't wait for the next book

  12. 4 out of 5

    Donraj

    So glad to finally have the next book. Really enjoyed it, looking forward to finding out what Harmony and Jessie have been up to.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kristoffer Furacão Pereira

    If Scott Lynch has taught me anything, its that life is always there to get in the way of your writing. Despite a whole litany of personal things going on... this is a solid, well written, fleshed out addition to the Daniel Faust story. Well done Schaefer, you're only getting better with age. If Scott Lynch has taught me anything, its that life is always there to get in the way of your writing. Despite a whole litany of personal things going on... this is a solid, well written, fleshed out addition to the Daniel Faust story. Well done Schaefer, you're only getting better with age.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kerry Smith

    The 10th Daniel Faust book but I am still loving the worlds, the plots and the eclectic and irreverent group of characters that make up this series. It is said Magic is all about misdirection and even Faust didn't see this trick coming; he has been out played, betrayed, and sent to Hell but he's doing his best to survive because he's got a time limit if he's to return to his physical body here on earth. Another form of misdirection has been the long game played by Baron Navaarasi, slow and quiet The 10th Daniel Faust book but I am still loving the worlds, the plots and the eclectic and irreverent group of characters that make up this series. It is said Magic is all about misdirection and even Faust didn't see this trick coming; he has been out played, betrayed, and sent to Hell but he's doing his best to survive because he's got a time limit if he's to return to his physical body here on earth. Another form of misdirection has been the long game played by Baron Navaarasi, slow and quiet plots within plots (a bit like a Matryoshka doll) that it's only now others are seeing her plans fall into place - I'm looking forward to seeing where that goes. I have to give extra kudos to Schaefer for their version of Hell, I love it - I'm unsure if it's a parody of our world or is our world a parody of Hell - having Che Guevara and Hunter S Thompson as "gossip presenters" for a Hell cable TV channel =genius

  15. 5 out of 5

    Michael Davis

    Wow! What a story - possibly his best yet - all series included. I’m a sucker for a strong getting-the-team together tale, and this is one of the best I’ve read in years. It was so chock full of adventure and near constant crises that for a bit I was worried that he was wrapping things up, that we’d never have another new Daniel Faust story. I needn’t have worried. My only concern is how he’s going to top this one.

  16. 4 out of 5

    BRADLEY JAY MOCK

    Not the hell he expected, huh I await each new Daniel Faust book just to see where the adventure will take us and this story will go next, Down Among the Dead Men book X does not disappoint. Be sure you are up to date on all the past happenings and characters as one never knows just who.might drop.by for some mayhem or deceit. Of course most of our despicable baddies are here too. Hopefully #11 is well underway as there is far more to tell before the final bell.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mel Horne

    A fast paced adventure, but there seems to be a hole in it. Part of the plot just stops with no explanation , very strange. It is like a chapter was missed out. The more I think about the odder it is, one of the main story lines just ends without any further explanation ? I suppose there is another book that will pick it up, but very unsatisfactory to end a story before the book ends . It almost makes me want to drop a star to two .

  18. 5 out of 5

    Calyx

    I’ve been waiting for this for ages. Schaefer is one of those authors whose character, Faust, has become part of my inner landscape. This was a satisfying rapid read (I’m fast) and I look forward to rereading it more slowly after rereading the previous nine. That said, my feeling at the end was AAAAGGHGHHH. Heartened by S’s statement that the next one won’t be long delayed.

  19. 4 out of 5

    John E

    Daniel down under Like most series this long, it takes a bit of remembering to place all the characters after a long release gap. Daniel and friends newest complication has a lot of twist and turns while everyone has their own quirks and strengths. This is a welcome addition to the ongoing conflict.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Laura Koerber

    Parts of this book are riveting. I loved the parts where Faust travels through Hell, learning about the local culture. However, the rest of the book is talk, talk, talk, talk, reminiscent of the kind of murder mystery where the bulk of the story consists of the characters speculating while nothing actually happens. I find that sort of thing tiresome so I quit reading.

  21. 4 out of 5

    R Morgan

    Excellent book in series I thought the last book in the series was very weak. However, the author has really come back with this new book. He does not quite approach the first few excellent books of the series, but it is a great comeback and I am looking forward to the next volume.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Charlene Mattson

    Amazing and slightly heartbreaking I read it in one afternoon, it was that gripping. But you definitely don't want to dive into this book without reading the rest because a lot of threads come together here. Amazing and slightly heartbreaking I read it in one afternoon, it was that gripping. But you definitely don't want to dive into this book without reading the rest because a lot of threads come together here.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl

    Action packed from page 1 Great read and that's hard to do 10 books deep in a series. The absolute best part is all the old characters that come into play and OH My....OH MY......who is the Paladin. Loved it. Can't wait for the 11th. Action packed from page 1 Great read and that's hard to do 10 books deep in a series. The absolute best part is all the old characters that come into play and OH My....OH MY......who is the Paladin. Loved it. Can't wait for the 11th.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Derek

    Loved it! Yet another home run by author Craig Schaefer in his Daniel Faust series, really everyone of his books I’ve read have been most excellent & I think I’ve read them all so far. Can’t wait for his next one to come out.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brandi RC

    Satisfying A sharp and gritty read. Daniel came through loud and clear! Thank you Craig it was definitely worth the wait.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Steve Isenhower

    Excellent Fantastic new book in one of my favorite series. The Faust series is thrilling and you find yourself immersed totally. Excellent book from an excellent author.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Greg Highnote

    Missed You, Dan! My favorite of Schaefer's characters. Great story, engaging as always, good to have him back. Don't be such a stranger! Missed You, Dan! My favorite of Schaefer's characters. Great story, engaging as always, good to have him back. Don't be such a stranger!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ravelt

    Having read most of the preeminent Male Urban Fantasy series, The Dresden Files, I can say that in many ways this is the superior series. Criminal it's not more well known. Having read most of the preeminent Male Urban Fantasy series, The Dresden Files, I can say that in many ways this is the superior series. Criminal it's not more well known.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Daniel is alive and well! And I was darned glad to see it. Fantastic, well crafted story from Craig, and I cannot wait for more.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eric Maldonado

    The series just gets better and better I feel like I am the lucky one who gets to read the Daniel Faust series because it's so darn great. The series just gets better and better I feel like I am the lucky one who gets to read the Daniel Faust series because it's so darn great.

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