of Death is the second book in the Great Devil War Series by Kenneth B.
Andersen. The Die of Death brings our Hero Phillip Angle the notorious savior
of Satan, back the underworld. This time its Death who needs his help. Mortimer,
aka Death, once again snatches Phillip from the world of the living this time
to locate his stolen, Die. Phillip races against the sands of time on his
reviewing the first book in this series, I had some high expectations, and I
was not disappointed. Kafer did an excellent job of keeping the same level of
energy in his narration; his tone was consistently witty, serious, humorous,
and childlike at all the appropriate moments. Kafer’s skill at voice acting is a
perfect pairing with the excellent quality of Andersen’s storytelling and makes
for an immensely enjoyable experience for readers of any age. Andersen again
takes us on an adventure with an unexpected ending continuing to deliver moral
lessons for the targeted adolescent/young adult readers along with witty,
intelligent writing suitable for readers of all ages. I highly recommend this
book; I highly recommend this series.
I don’t know what I was expecting when I first started listening to the Devil’s Apprentice written by Kenneth B. Andersen, narrated by Jeffrey Kafer. The book is the first in Andersens’ Great Devil War series. Not only was the book a fantastic story to listen to, but Kafer did an excellent job of narrating the tale. Audiobooks aren’t usually my thing, I prefer actually to read books but lately, my lifestyle hasn’t permitted me much reading time.
pleasantly surprised and entertained as I listened to this novel, to and from
work, and while cleaning the house. The Devils Apprentice is more than a simple
Young adult fantasy novel. The Devils Apprentice is a tale about morality, friendship,
and staying true to yourself.
character is Philip, and he has a kind and gentle nature. He wouldn’t hurt a
fly. This young boy, the least likely candidate in the universe to be an apprentice
to Satan, falls into the position through a series of unfortunate events. The Devil’s
Apprentice is a cautionary tale of what happens when you aren’t true to yourself
when you give in to temptation allowing yourself to be lead by the machinations
I genuinely enjoyed listening to Andersen’s words and Kafer’s narration. The book elicited many laughs out loud moments from me, the novel was original, funny, witty and intelligent and teaching valuable lessons to our young coming of age. If you’re looking for something different that’s also genuinely entertaining, The Devils Apprentice is a great pick. It’s currently available wherever books are sold and free with Amazons Kindle Unlimited subscription.