• Heaven Can Wait

  • A Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter Novella
  • By: John G. Hartness
  • Narrated by: James Foster
  • Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (70 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It's raining demons in Atlanta, and Quincy Harker and the Shadow Council are humanity's last great hope for survival.

The demon Orobas has a plan to destroy the world, and only Harker and his team of legacy folk heroes can stop him. Standing against the rising tide of darkness are Harker, the immortal magic-wielding son of Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray, Detective Rebecca Gail Flynn of the Charlotte Police Department, and Harker's uncle Luke, who most people know better as Vlad Dracula. Alongside them fight the descendants of legends - the mysterious Adam, Dr. Watson's great-grandson Jack, Jo Henry, descended from the famous steel driver John Henry, and Gabby Van Helsing, whose ancestor was Luke's greatest rival.

This band of humans and monsters have to save the world from Orobas, and whatever terrible force is lurking behind him.

It's Hell on Earth, so Heaven Can Wait.

©2016 John G. Hartness (P)2017 Falstaff Books

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Love Harker and his crew!

Dracula, demon hunter, urban fantasy, angels, madness, snark-fest, series

If you're offended by dockside language or the mechanics of demon slaying, this series is not for you. If you appreciate excellent snarks, movie quotes, and gawdawful puns, you'll love this series as much as I do. Each book is about novella length, much more manageable than so many of the ultralong ones out there. The publisher's blurb gives clues and more, so no spoilers here. It really made my afternoon a good one!
James Foster gives an excellent performance as narrator!

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Another brilliant addition

This world John G. Harness creates, which lightly builds on previous books in the series, spared nothing of the author's brilliant plot twists and an ending that has left me dancing with impatience for the next in the series. Coupled with perfect narration by James Foster this bloody, adventure-filled novella, rife with wit and wisdom, is my favorite.

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Lights! Action! Camera! Let’s fight the demons

Quincy and his team of legacy hero’s are face again with saving the world with fewer resources. It is a Hail Mary situation. They have opposing forces in three positions surrounded by civilians with weapons of unimaginable power. All of the positions must be dispatched simultaneously leaving the citizens and the police force unaware of the danger. Orobas has a butt load of demons and our team is comprised of 6 people. Just the usual in the life of Quincy.

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AWESOME!

Excellent addition to this series, James Foster was amazing as usual Cannot wait for the next one!

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