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‘Breaking The Devil’s Heart’ by H.A. Goodman

Bhagavad Gita

What is it that drives a man to an evil action, even against his will, as if some unforeseen force made him do it?” ….

Chapter One

“So you really expect me to spy on the Devil?” asked Franklin, in an appallingly disingenuous tone. “You think I’m going to divulge the plethora of information I’m privy to, the treasure trove of knowledge that a person of my high rank is given on a daily basis? You must be out of your mind, Stewart!”

I can just tell that this book is going to take me right out of my comfort zone and challenge my thoughts. However, there is no way that I could not continue reading now, after those great opening lines. I really need to know just how many of the Devil’s secrets, Franklin reveals, either voluntarily, or forcibly!!

The thought of this Demon, turning double-agent to spy on the Devil, is really intriguing …. Just who is Stewart working for and what kind of information could he possibly be hoping that Franklin will divulge? ….


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As this was an author invitation to read and review, a Kindle download of  ‘Breaking The Devil’s Heart: A Logic of Demons Novel’ was sent to me free of charge, by its author, H. A. Goodman.

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