"THE BIG REAP is about love and what tragic lengths people will go to save the ones they love. It’s a tragic story and a timeless one...While the narrative ends at a full stop, I wholeheartedly hope this wasn’t the last we’ve seen of Sam Thornton and friends as I just enjoy his character and the tone of the series so damn much. While THE BIG REAP can be appreciated on its own, if you haven’t read any of the books before, I strongly suggest you start at the beginning with DEAD HARVEST as not only will you get far more from THE BIG REAP, you’ll also be in for two fantastic reads. Whatever Chris Holm writes next, I’ll be there to read it..."
Thanks, Mieneke! I guess I'm not the only person who sees this series as a set of interlocking love stories after all. (But, you know, with demons and explosions and stuff, so I can pretend to be more badass than I really am.)