Author: H. A. Goodman
Published: AuthorHouse, 2010
First Line: "He couldn't stop staring at the ultrasound image."
Summary: What would you do if the love of your life was murdered by a deranged killer? Would you become a vigilante and seek retribution? And would this revenge affect those you care for in the afterlife? LOGIC OF DEMONS The Quest for Nadine's Soul takes you on a journey inside the psyches of men and women forced to deal with the spiritual consequences of their decisions. Through the lives of a demon, two Angels, and a mysterious teenage girl, a plethora of politically and socially relevant issues ranging from the roots of genocide and sex trafficking to child conscription and religious fundamentalism are addressed in this fantasy thriller. Life as well as the afterlife converge in this novel to explain certain peculiarities of the human condition. (Taken from Goodreads)
Review: Logic of Demons is quite good as a philosophical novel. Being very interested in philosophy I really enjoyed that aspect of Logic of Demons.
I wasn’t sure what to expect as far as story line went and as I was reading through Logic of Demons I thought I knew what was going to happen but every couple of chapters things would take an unexpected turn so the surprise element was definitely there.
I felt bad for Devin almost the whole way through because things just kept going badly for him.
Logic of Demons is a really good book when it comes to showing that not everything is black and white and everyone’s opinion has it’s validities even if others don’t agree with it. In Logic of Demons there were a few different viewpoints about what to do with people and each one was justified but at the end of the day it’s up to ourselves to make a good decision about what is the best idea.
I quite liked Logic of Demons, I think that the ending was a bit of a letdown but other than that it wasn’t too bad. If you like books about what happens when we die or looking at consequences for our actions then Logic of Demons would be good for you.
Source: H. A. Goodman for review