Persistent Illusions

If you have read “Probability Angels”, then Joseph Devon’s “Persistent Illusions” is a must-read; it’s impossible to put it down after opening the first page. Buy it now through Amazon, Kindle, Smashwords, Nook, iBooks, Diesel, or Sony Reader by referring to the right side of the page, or read another one of Joseph Devon’s highly praised urban fantasy books below. Reviews are included.

 

“It would seem,” Epp answered, staring at the mirror behind the bar, “that immortality is not all it’s cracked up to be.”

In book one of Joseph Devon’s urban fantasy series, Probability Angels, we were introduced to the world of Matthew and Epp. Back then, Matthew thought he had his hands full just learning how to be an undead tester of humanity, but then Hector staged an uprising and everything Matthew thought he could take for granted fell apart.

Yet, over the past few months, a strained peace has settled over his world and Matthew is starting to feel like he can finally get back to training at his usual New York haunts.

However, things are more fragile than they appear. Nobody can see the stress lines already clawing away at the new peace. Nobody has guessed the toll that was taken on those at the forefront of their war. And, when a new tester wakes up with the power to possibly unravel the universe…well that’s when things really start to get interesting.

Come see how a zombie can protect and serve, a photographic memory can earn you a permanent place on Mount Everest, and a teenage drug addict can hold everyone’s fate in her nail-bitten fingers.

What readers like you are saying about this urban fantasy series:

With plenty of unusual characters and a unique brand of humor that will be hard to put down, “Persistent Illusions” is a fine and very much recommended read not to be overlooked.–Midwest Book Review

The story goes from Mount Everest to the Mexican Desert and to New York, among other places, without skipping a beat and all the while pulling the reader into this involving tale of after-life deceits and betrayals. This is one of most original fantasy stories I’ve read in a long time and should please all readers of various types of fantasies.–Marvin

Persistent Illusions which follows on from the ‘unputdownable’ Probability Angels is one of those sequels which shouldn’t work, but absolutely does.–Jack

The sequel was everything I hoped for and more. Persistent Illusions expands upon the incredible world that Joseph Devon created in Probability Angels and introduces us to some new and wonderful characters. There is some serious build up to meeting Madeline, who is now my favorite character, and she enters with a splash!–Liz

The bottom line for me is, if you loved Probability Angels, don’t be scared. He got it right, and he didn’t let us down.–LM Caldwell

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