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Eternal Dusk


Loved it! 😍

Hanson has created a badass female detective who thought she knew darkness, but the eternal dusk is true darkness.

How would you handle life after supposedly, the whole world goes to hell in a hand basket? With a new normal being the eternal dusk, Hanson has created a badass female detective who is still doing the deed after the major wipe out of their world, kind of like an apocalypse. When the world has chaos and no defined order anymore, what morals do you follow? Do you still uphold the law? Eternal Dusk is the first installment in Hanson’s Isabella Espinoza series and it is a strong starter for this trilogy.

She finds the bad guys and gives them a piece of what they deserve, even more so now with a little experimentation. Isabella Espinoza has a few friends, one being a scientist who has a penchant for whipping up antidotes, because he knows she’s not going to stop until she’s good and dead…or worse…a night stalker. These monsters that have come out of the portal are purely from nightmares. With the eternal dusk looming over everyone, there is only so much a girl can do for fun, right? There’s the criminal boy toy next door, or right…the evil corporation down the street. When David is kidnapped after Isabella decides to gain more intel in the most dangerous part of the city, she is forced to track him down. Being attacked by a night stalker months back and taking one of David’s potions has really animated her skills so thankfully, it isn’t much trouble finding him. But, when she and an old friend arrive, it may be exactly what the leader of Arkwright is waiting for. Is this a trap? Can they get David and get out alive or will this be their end?

Eternal Dusk is written quite well. Hanson presents credible characters with moral dilemmas in impossible situations. Their imperfections make them interesting and relatable. The pace is quick throughout the story, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It certainly makes the story go by in a jiffy and for those who aren’t interested in super long reads, this will most definitely fit that bill. Readers of fantasy, dystopia, post-apocalyptic, and paranormal may enjoy this installment. It is the first in the trilogy, so nothing is required for comprehension of the story prior to picking it up.  

An electronic copy of this book was provided to Turning Another Page by Reedsy Discovery and in no way affects the honesty of this review. We provide a four-star rating to Eternal Dusk by K Hanson.

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About the author

K Hanson is the author of the Isabella Espinoza series, the Storm Raven series, and the Kayla Falk series. K lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he works as a software developer. He enjoys reading, working out, playing video games and D&D, and spending time with his wonderful wife, Bobbi. view profile

Published on September 04, 2020

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70000 words

Contains mild explicit content ⚠️

Genre: Urban Fantasy

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