[ Epub ] ❦ The Revelations of Preston Black Author Jason Jack Miller – Anguillais.us

The Revelations of Preston Black Sometimes A Battle Between Good And Evil Doesn T Look Much Like The Ones They Show In Movies The Good Guys Don T Always Wear White, And They Don T Always Walk Away With The Win And Sometimes You Re Better Off With The Devil You Know The Last Time Preston Went Down To The Crossroads, His Best Friend Died And He Nearly Lost His Brother But Old Scratch Doesn T Take Kindly To Fools, Especially Not Those Who Come Knocking At His Front Door And Before All Is Said And Done, He S Going To Teach Preston A Thing Or Two About What It Really Means To Sacrifice With Crackling Prose And Razor Sharp Characterization, Jason Jack Miller S The Revelation Of Preston Black Is A Heady Stew Of A Novel, Filled With Action, Suspense, And Good Old Fashioned Deals With The Devil Loosen Your Belt, Because You Ll Be Back For Seconds Tim Waggoner, Author Of Bone Whispers

[ Epub ] ❦ The Revelations of Preston Black  Author Jason Jack Miller – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • The Revelations of Preston Black
  • Jason Jack Miller
  • 16 September 2018
  • 1935738488

    10 thoughts on “[ Epub ] ❦ The Revelations of Preston Black Author Jason Jack Miller – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    The Revelations of Preston Black, the third installment of Jason Jack Miller s Murder Ballads and Whiskey series, did not disappoint Having taken a backseat for Ben Collins adventure in Hellbender, Preston Black, our favorite tortured musician is back and raising hell in the Deep South quite possibly quite literally.Country sweetheart Katie is back too, along with Pauly and some of the Collins gang whom we know and love and a certain Fab fellow , but there are a few ...


  2. says:

    Once, Preston Black took up with a fallen angel But he escaped her wiles, coming out with his own musical genius He met Katy, the girl of his dreams, and they hit the road, making music together Until they re harassed by religious fanatics who picket their shows and then make matters muchpersonal Desperate for help, Preston calls on the fallen angel again, against all the advice of his departed musical idols Lennon, Allman, Strummer, and a host of others He pays a dear price for d...


  3. says:

    I was given this book in exchange for an unbiased review.That being said I could not put the book down From the first page you are endeared to the characters You find yourself feeling what they are and seeing what they see The author has detailed knowledge of the South and can set a scene perfectly You are pulled into the music scene and at times you really wish you could hear the converter yourself This is a tricky area because a lot of writers attempt this but cannot master it But J I was given this book in exchange for an unbiased review.That being said I...


  4. says:

    Preston Black has hell hounds on his tail and the only way to end it is to return to the crossroads Last time his best friend died and he almost lost his brother, but the stakes are higher now What will Preston Black sacrifice to save everything he holds dear I tried to run, but stumbled, and she replaced my dreams with lies Preston BlackThe third entry in Murder Ballads and Whiskey series, Revelations is a punch to the gut that feels glorious Preston and Katy are recovering and tour Preston Black has hell hounds on his tail and the only way to end it is to return to the crossroads Last time his best friend died and he almost lost his brother, but the stakes are higher now What will Preston Black sacrifice to save everything he holds dear I tried to run, but stumbled, and she replaced my dreams with lies Preston BlackThe third entry in Murder Ballads and Whiskey series, Revelations is a punch to the gut that feels glorious Preston and Katy are recovering and touring with Pauly spreading their music and enjoying it all.Things don t last though, as a group of religious fanatics begin to protest the concerts.Not satisfied with protesting they escalate matters that sends Preston on a journey back to crossroads.There are several scenes that I ...


  5. says:

    I was given this book in advance, and it deserves a review.The first Preston Black book had me hooked, and this, his Revelations brought a refreshing second installment to the series.Preston is a truly unique main character He s courageous, superstitious, and finds answers in music, musicians, and folklore.Katy hasof a role in this book, and I m very glad for that She has a great point of view and I enjoy her as a counter balance to Preston.I m continually impressed by the way music, lyr I was given this book in advance, and it deserves a review.The first Preston Black book had me hooked, and this, his Revelations brought a refreshing second installment to the series.Preston is a truly unique main character He s courageous, superstitious, and fin...


  6. says:

    If I could give this Ten Stars, I would.I cannot stress how imperative it is that you read this and the other two in the series book I ve been anxiously awaiting its release since the moment I closed Miller s last book His writing is not merely to be read, it is to be experienced And experience you will From the pages, Preston and Katy s music comes alive You can hear the songs pouring from between the covers You find yourself wishing you could be a part of this world, and before you kno If I could give this Ten Stars, I would.I cannot stress how imperative it is that you read this and the other two in the series book I ve been anxiously awaiting its release since the moment I closed Miller s last book His writing is not merely to be read, it is to be experienced And experience you will From the pages, Preston and Katy s music comes alive You can hear the songs pouring from between the covers You find yourself wishing you could be a part of this world, and before you know it you ve stepped a muddy bare foot into the pages and you re in the backseat with them barreling down the road with Pauly at the wheel, hoping that you get there in time and praying that you make it back before it is too late just so long as you don t have to stop to eat at Waffle House along the way Miller s characters are not just words on paper but truly people you feel y...


  7. says:

    I enjoyed the two previous books in this series even if I did read them in the wrong order and this third book proved no exception and provided a fitting conclusion to Preston Black s tribulations As with the previous books the author s love and knowledge of music is apparent and added a lot of interest to the story The supernatural element derived from American folklore was also very interesting and provided a solid framework for the story It all revolves around the deal with the Devil, b I enjoyed the two previous books in this series even if I did read them in the wrong order and this third book proved no exception and provided a fitting conclusion to Preston Black s tribulations As with the previous books the author s love and knowledge of music is apparent and added a lot of interest to the story The supernatural element derived from American folklore was also very interesting and provided a solid framework for the story It all revolves around the deal with the Devil, but has a lot of twists and turns along the way.The star of the book is the lead character and here we have a well defined character who has suffered a lot and continues to do so , but handles it well and I rooted for him throughout the story The supporting cast were also stron...


  8. says:

    Preston Black is back for another trip to the crossroads This is the third book in the Murder Ballads and Whiskey series,and I m always happy when I get to spend time with these characters Miller doesn t simply tell a story He immerses readers in the characters world His writing sparks all the senses, so that I hear, taste, smell, see, and feel everything along with the characters Preston Black s world is filled with music and the supernatural The plot is intricate without being overly co Preston Black is back for another trip to the crossroads This is the third book in the Murder Ballads and Whiskey series,and I m always happy when I get to spend time with these characters Miller doesn t simply tell a story He immerses readers in the characters world ...


  9. says:

    This book goes even farther than the first two in the series in exploring the zone between real life and the supernatural Miller does both so convincingly, you won t know what end is up and it pulls you forward as a reader The extended black baptism scene in particular captivated me, as did the journey to the crossroads, but all of the Revelations are really very effective Especially if you ve read the first entry, finding out who or what Dani is will be an extra bonus I kept asking mys This book goes even farther than the first two in the series in exploring the zone between real life and the supernatural Miller does both so convincingly, you won t know what end is up and it pulls you forward as a reader The extended black baptism scene in particular captivated me, as did the journey to the crossroads, but all of the Revelatio...


  10. says:

    Things are going well for Preston He s with the love of his life, successfully making music with her, and even has a record deal In fact, he s on tour down south But the devil isn t done with him yet Once again, Preston finds himself losing everything, and making his way to the crossroads to deal with the devil This time, there s a whole nest of snakes he...

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