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Ron Collins' Saga of the God Touched ended up better than it started for me. I have always wanted my demons to be bad guys and angels to be good guys. (my religious preference/bias) so when the obvious protagonist is behaving badly in a story it goes against the grain. Mr. Collins actually used my view point as a catalyst in the story. He is a talented writer and the storyline was interesting enough to keep me reading through the complete set.
This is a really fun read. Good characters and lots of action. The story is broken up into each of the books. The books are all inexpensive. I like that the author does not recap what happened in the prior books. You can go from one to the other just as if they were all one book.
Garrick has taken all of Braxidane's champions from all his planes. he's made them into beings like themselves and has launched them across the existence. he wants freedom to practice magic. even if it's ends his own.