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The Warlock Ruthless by Megajoule

Always read the fine print. 

Leslie Ruth is a burnt out mid-twenty-something who just signed a contract without reading the fine print. Now, he’s neck deep in a world of demons and black magic, working as a warlock in service to Gore, the god of pain. Other people might scream and run, but Leslie Ruth is having the time of his life.

Note: The Warlock Ruthless contains some graphic sexual content, graphic violence, and harsh language.

A serialized novel, updating weekly

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Listed: Nov 19, 2018

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By Wayne Basta, author of Seraph's Gambit

Nov 26, 2018: Disclaimer: The Warlock Ruthless is published on the same site as some of my own work.

Quirky is the first word that comes to mind after reading this. Leslie is a loser who just can’t get his life together. Then he encounters a demon offering him that informs him he has made one more mistake, signing up to be his servant when he signed the lease on his new home. Instead of freaking out and looking for some loophole to escape, Leslie jumps into the role of demon herald head first.

The story so far does a good job of balancing the line between humorous and dark. Leslie has pledged himself to the dark demon of gore. The author does not hold his punches here and, without getting into spoilers, Leslie does some dark stuff pretty quickly.

But . . . but . . . it’s still quite humorous. Gore comes off as appropriately over the top. He’s almost cartoon evil. But in a good way. This serves to keep the story engaging rather than a drag. Darkness for the sake of darkness gets depressing. This keeps you chuckling.

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