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read doc î The Second Death Los Nefilim #3 ☆ Kindle Edition Ä ➸ [Read] ➳ The Second Death Los Nefilim #3 By T. Frohock ➽ – Horticulturetrader.co.uk The final chapter in T Frohock’s haunting and lyrical Los Nefilim novella trilogy following In Midnight's Silence and Without Light Choice before him For unless he wants to see his son Rafael die he must do the unthinkableHelp the Nazis receive the plans to the ultimate weaponAnd while Diago grows comfortable not only with his heritage but also with his place among Guillermo’s Los Nefilim he is still un Loved it This is the kind of series that grows on you if you let it and I was fully ready to embrace its promise and fulfillment of a new uniue style of urban fantasy and storytelling Took awhile to get into the first book though but once I got into it I didn't want to leaveDuluth Lake Superior during the first snowpocalypse of the season

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The final chapter in T Frohock’s haunting and lyrical Los Nefilim novella trilogy following In Midnight's Silence and Without Light or Guide which bestselling author Mark Lawrence has called “a joy to read” Save the world or save his family For Diago Alvarez that’s the FULL REVIEW ON MY BLOG TOTAL INABILITY TO CONNECTWowI should start by clarifying that this piece The Second Death is the third and final entry in T Frohock's Los Nefilim series of novellas Obviously you will need to read the first two to actually understand what's going on here but that's a good thing because they're wonderful And I apologize in advance to Teresa if I misuse any wording or abbreviations while writing this review I'm not sure of all of the correct terms As this series has progressed things have gotten and intense; the different threads of the story the deceptions the hatred the two timing the relationships and the implications of each series of events We left Without Light or Guide with Diago and Miguel hiding in Don Guillermo's Santuari with Diago's son Rafael Diago is still recovering from his previous injuries and trauma and suffering lingering symptoms of that however is trying to reintegrate himself with the Los Nefilim as uickly as possible while getting to the bottom of the events unfolding around himAll of this is thrown for a uick loop as Diago is attacked outside of his home and him and Rafael are taken prisoner by corrupt German Nefil who are conspiring with certain members of the Spanish Los Nefilim and their distrust of Diago and his daimon blood Diago's husband Miguel springs into action to recover his lover and their boy along with the help of Don Guillermo the leader of the Los Nefilim and one of Diago's few true supporters Along the way they gain help of a pair of ancient angels of death as well and some of their allies in the Los NefilimDiago is frantic to rescue his son who is being used as leverage by the Die Nefil the German Nefilim who are working alongside the Nazis it appears and are seeking plans for an ultra powerful magical weapon that the Nazis plan to use Diago is forced to choose between unthinkable events helping to aid the Die Nefil and the Nazis to save his son and potentially doom them all losing his son forever as he would receive the Second Death or a potentially even worse idea especially for his reputation amongst those who doubt him turning to daimons for help The Second Death is a thrilling heart wrenching conclusion to this series and one that engrossed me from the start Much of the unexplained aspects of Frohock's world are explored in this novel at least to some degree and some of the lingering uestions were answered We learn a lot about the other Nefil branches and how easily swayed in different directions and philosophies they can be The corruption within the Los Nefilim alone becomes apparent as an overthrow attempt is made on Don Guillermo's claim to power among the Spanish Los Nefilim We also learn of the true star of the series Miguel A patient understanding lover who supports Diago through everything; his problems his infidelityrape his lack of perspective and understanding his health Miguel accepts Diago's child borne of infidelity as his own bonding with the boy taking care of Rafael when Diago can't and in ways that Diago cannot due to his overwhelming personal problems Miguel is the best spouse anyone can ask for and Diago struggles knowing that Miguel is far than he deserves knowing that Miguel has laid it all on the line for him time and time again as he struggles with his own self worth and self trust even as those who care about him support himDiago's internal struggles make up much of the entire series and it was really fascinating to watch him grow change adapt He struggles with the turmoil around him with his own thoughts with his doubts with the doubts of others with his upbringing and his relationship with his daimonic father He struggles at every turn and it makes him a much real and relatable character not superhuman not able to shrug off things just at the drop of a hat in the name of moving the plot forward as you see in so many other books He's the most 'human' character I've may be ever read while simultaneously not truly being human ironic isn't it?Death is a large theme in the series while many of the characters are essentially immortal the fear of the dreaded second death looms over them all To kill an immortal so that they cannot reincarnate to end their lives forever Rafael being threatened with the second death is a heartbreaking and terrifying prospect for Diago much so than his own personal death and leads him to risk it all by negotiating with his father who has become one with the evil Moloch in order to try and save his son by fooling the German Nefil into thinking they'd received the plans for their weapon Frohock brilliantly handles almost every aspect of the series keeps it interesting keeps things moving while not ruining the pacing not overdoing it A lot of uestions are still left unanswered but that's a reality when you are writing a short novella series and don't have the time and space to really explore things I feel she could do significantly to explore this world and I hope she opts to do so going forward However the amount of info given in the books the level of understanding the reader leaves with while still leaving a large amount of intrigue and uestions is skillfully done and very enjoyableI loved this series and I just want of it Diago and Miguel and Rafael their family of bears are near and dear to my heart after spending this time with them The incomparable Don Guillermo his family their friends in the Los Nefilim have left an impression on me that will last I couldn't recommend this series to fans of dark fantasy of fantasy horror or to people looking to branch out into something new Los Nefilim is approachable uick to read incredibly well written and above all it's just really really damn entertaining Bravo TeresaRating 5 5

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The Second Death Los Nefilim #3Sure if he truly belongs amongst themIn a frantic race to save the future of humanity Diago is forced to rely on his daimonic nature to deceive an angel In doing so he discovers the birth of a modern god one that will bring about a new world order from which no one can escape? A good ending to an excellent little trilogy Taken together the three Los Nefilim novellas feel like book one of a series in terms of forming a self contained story which does a great job setting up the characters and a world with deeper subtle lore than its high concept setup would suggest The Los Nefilim series reminds me of Frohock's earlier book Miserere in that respect where it's a fantasy that plays with religion rather than being a Religious Fantasy Book The series deals with heavy matters rape child abandonment etc but never in a way which feels exploitative or edgy There is also a book one feel in that other meatier plots feel just out of reach in a future seuel or book two both the ongoing saga of Diago's character and of course the fact that things are about to get very dire in Spain and Europe as a whole But I've enjoyed my time with this series so far and will happily follow it further