Gluttony Bay by Matt Wallace
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When constructing a Foodie epic with guns, knives, angels, demons, and all sorts of paranormal monsters coming to the dinner table to serve or be served to other culinary experts, one should always start AND end the tale with a tragedy.
Anything else is completely unheard of.
Seriously, this is some action-filled funny stuff. Where else can you turn a group of chefs into military experts and pit them against supernatural baddies who don't pay their bills or capture or otherwise mess with their own?
I think it's only Sin du Jour.
It's a complete ensemble cast of quirk with a dash of a heist, a sprinkle of tragedy, a measure of hard knocks, and wildly bloody special-ops magical action. The bill must be paid.
I don't even care that this is a specialty item for you readers. It's awesome. And tasty. :)
Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC!
Oh, and I'm missing a few of these books but I've read three others. Fortunately, it doesn't really matter where you pick up unless you are getting attached to a few characters. The tale is solid wherever you pick up. :)
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