Crow Jane Heaven doesn t want them Do they stand a chance in Hell Millennia old Jane was Qayna in her youth before she resisted the will of Heaven and became the Marked Woman Now she only wants to die and the

  • Title: Crow Jane
  • Author: D.J. Butler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 423
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  • Heaven doesn t want them Do they stand a chance in Hell Millennia old Jane was Qayna in her youth, before she resisted the will of Heaven and became the Marked Woman Now she only wants to die, and the Legate has offered her a deal recover an item stolen from Heaven, and in exchange her curse of immortality will be lifted Can Jane steal back Azazel s hoof Will the faHeaven doesn t want them Do they stand a chance in Hell Millennia old Jane was Qayna in her youth, before she resisted the will of Heaven and became the Marked Woman Now she only wants to die, and the Legate has offered her a deal recover an item stolen from Heaven, and in exchange her curse of immortality will be lifted Can Jane steal back Azazel s hoof Will the fairy folk of the Mirror Queendom stop her And what exactly is the Legate s game Crow Jane is the third installment of Rock Band Fights Evil, a pulp fiction serial by D.J Butler.

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    1. The books in this series are fun. They're not too gory or gratuitous. The stories are quick reads, not simple, but singularly focused. Book 3 is called Crow Jane and it's a little different from the previous installments, Hellhound On My Trail, and Snake Handlin' Man. Those stories focus mostly on the band, a group of cursed musicians (some think all musicians are "cursed") destined to roam the land playing gigs in seedy bars and fighting the forces of evil.This one, however, focuses on someone [...]

    2. This is kind of like the old serialized action movies, where each one is a story within itself, but they all are part of a larger vision. The third installment of Rock Band Fights Evil has a definite feminine perspective.Crow Jane is a character that we haven't met in the first two installments of Rock Band Fights Evil. She is an antagonist that has goals of her own, and the band stands between her and what she wants. She has been sent to steal something that many parties want to own for themsel [...]

    3. Qayna's story, from the beginnings of human history, is interspersed with modern events. Also known as Jane, the focus of this story is a very, very old woman in a forever-healthy and fit young body, who really wants to die.Her tale is a twist on that of Cain & Abel, and she is cursed accordingly. The ending read like the end of an episode of Kung Fu (look it up, young'uns), where the immediate issue is resolved, and Kane (hmmm) walks off into the sunset leaving people none the wiser about w [...]

    4. This was my favorite of the series so far. It just keeps getting better. Dave re-imagines one of the quintessential biblical stories and creates the extremely compelling new character of Crow Jane that will hopefully return often to the series. Each new installment in the series adds new layers of depth to the ongoing story in an effortless and compelling way. Now I need to go back and read the first book again. I'm glad this is on the Kindle because I keep searching in the previous books for re [...]

    5. This is the best of the Rock Band series so far, in my opinion. As a big divergence from the rest of the series, Jane is the point of view as we see the band through her eyes. With a long, dark history blending with the latest adventure, it's a fantastic character sketch.

    6. This series just gets better and better. Watch how Butler mixes a revisionist version of Cain & Abel with Egyptian soul mechanics and the Faerie Kingdom, and makes it somehow work!

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