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Book 5 in the SPECTR series
Previous book: Eater of Lives
Next book: Summoner of Storms

After becoming possessed by the vampire spirit Gray, telekinetic Caleb Jansen thought his situation couldn't get any worse. But that was before Graham Forsyth, head of SPECTR's sinister Research Division, took him into custody.

Forsyth claims he can exorcise Gray before the forty-day time limit runs out. But once at RD, Caleb and Gray find themselves ensnared in a web of lies. What is the truth behind the tests Forsyth is performing on them? What does the agency really plan to do with Gray? And most worrisome of all, why does Gray sense demons within the walls of RD's compound?

Caleb's boyfriend, SPECTR agent John Starkweather, has suspicions of his own. With the help of his friend Sean and a shadowy organization known only by their symbol of a moth, John intends to save Caleb and Gray at any cost.

But when divided loyalties threaten his last chance at exorcism, Caleb discovers love may come at a price higher than he'd ever imagined.

Novella: 34,252 words.

The SPECTR series:
Hunter of Demons (Book 1)
Master of Ghouls (Book 2)
Reaper of Souls (Book 3)
Eater of Lives (Book 4)
Destroyer of Worlds (Book 5)
Summoner of Storms (Book 6)  

Other books by Jordan L. Hawk:

Whyborne & Griffin:
Widdershins (Book 1)
Threshold (Book 2)
Stormhaven (Book 3) 
Necropolis (Book 4)


"Heart of the Dragon" (short story)


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HASH(0x8c40f714) von 5 Sternen Amazing! 6. Februar 2014
Von Christy Duke - Veröffentlicht auf
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Oh, thank you, Jordan L. Hawk, for a.) writing this series which is spectacularly amazing, and b.) having 'Destroyer of Worlds' pick up right where the previous book ended. I have been in reader limbo waiting to find out what happens to Caleb/Gray since Forsyth, head of SPECTR's Research Division (RD), took him away and into custody. I was serious in my previous review of 'Eater of Lives' when I said if this series got any better I was going to hyperventilate. Well, I read this installment with a paper bag at the ready. *grins*

Forsyth takes Caleb/Gray to RD, which seems a lot more like a prison to them. There's a lot of heavily armed security, armored trucks, steel and concrete housing, and better yet? They can sense demons within. What. The. Hell? The apartment they take Caleb/Gray to is nice, but bland, and he's still going to be locked in so it's basically just a bigger, homier cell. Forsyth continues to assure them that he just wants to do a few more tests on the drakul, Gray, and then they can successfully exorcise him and Caleb can return to his life. Yeah, right? There's a whole lot of hinky going on at RD.

The secret organization known only by their symbol of a moth which contacted Caleb prior to his "arrest" leaves him a message warning him that SPECTR has no intention of exorcising Gray and that neither Caleb nor Gray are ever meant to leave the facility alive. However, if Caleb does some spying for them they will rescue him and successfully exorcise Gray. Wow, talk about caught between a rock and a hard place. Hmm. Who can Caleb trust? Except for John and he has no contact with him. And, let's face it, John is a good little SPECTR Boy Scout. Yep, I've used my paper bag by now.

I knew it. I knew it. I knew it. HA! It's killing me not to say, but I can't, cause that would ruin it for anyone who wants to read this, and I'd be furious if someone did that to me, so no spoiler, sorry. Just know that Jordan L. Hawk has done it again, and yes, I'm seriously hyperventilating over the revelations. Book five is just as fantastic as all the others and I loved it. In fact, I've been deliberating about something since the second book and this installment clinched it. I added Caleb/Gray and John to my list of favorite couples. Thank you, Jordan, for giving me another amazing story and now I'm eagerly awaiting book six.

NOTE: This book was provided by the author for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews
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HASH(0x8c40f768) von 5 Sternen Awesome book - Awesome series. 5. Februar 2014
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Ms Hawk has fast become one of my favorite authors. Her writing is crisp and vivid. She is capable of creating characters and worlds in two very different series that have me holding my breath in anticipation awaiting the next installment. This review focuses on her SPECTR series. Since this is book Five, I would like to introduce to the series. I recommend reading the books in order as each book builds upon the previous one. (So bear with me - this is a bit long but if you are new to the series - this will give you some background)

The setting for this series is in a world where people with paranormal abilities must register with the government and are expected to share this information as well as their registration number when asked for it. There is a fair amount of discrimination and fear of people with paranormal abilities by the non paranormal population. There are also supernatural creatures living among the humans that have the ability to inhabit the body of a human and wreak havoc. A special agency has been formed called the Strategic Paranormal Entity ConTRol or SPECTR which is comprised of individuals with varying paranormal abilities who work together to protect people and dispose of malicious non-human entities or NHE’s. In the beginning of the series we meet Caleb, an unregistered paranormal. Caleb has been living under the radar, so to speak, hoping to live a normal life. While attempting to avenge his brother’s death, Caleb ends up possessed by a drakul or more commonly known as a vampire. Normally these spirits only inhabit dead bodies but through a series of events, Gray ends up trapped in Caleb’s very much alive body. According to current belief if he is not exorcised in forty days, Gray, the drakul, will be a permanent part of Caleb, possibly even taking over Caleb completely. As a result of this possession, Caleb meets Special Agent John Starkweather, an exorcist from SPECTR. When John fails to exorcise the NHE from Caleb, he ends up taking Caleb home to stay with him until they can figure out how to remove the spirit. While working and living together they develop a friendship, their attraction for one another deepens and they fall in love. With Gray trapped in Caleb’s body, this presents an unusual situation. Not a ménage per se but think of having two spirits in one body, with Gray experiencing everything Caleb experiences. This is something Gray has never experienced before, having only had glimpses of lives from the memories of the dead he has inhabited. I love this concept. The author gives us a story where the characters trying to cope with these problems as well as their day-to-day lives in a world that is not always kind to people who are different, in a thought provoking manner. All the while providing us with an action packed tale filled with mystery, suspense, and romance.

Note: For those that have cliffhanger issues, and I admit I am normally one of those people. This is a serialized series. Each book has a complete mystery solved but the longer arc continues to the next book. This is an awesome series and the wait is not long between books.

Review of Book 5 Destroyer of Worlds:

Eater of Lives, (SPECTR #4) left us with Caleb/Gray being taken to the SPECTR Research Division by Director Graham Forsyth. We are led to believe this is just for testing before they exorcise Gray. Something that John has not been able to do so far in the series. Caleb has never been one to trust authority and this time his instincts prove correct. When arriving at the facility, Gray smells other NHE’s. How can this be possible? Protocol states that all NHE’s are to be destroyed once removed from their host. The group known as Moth, that contacted Caleb in the last book about Exorcising Gray, contacts Caleb clandestinely in the secure compound. The information they give him drives his suspicions even higher that whatever plans SPECTR has for him and Gray will not end well.

Caleb feels that John needs to know about what is going on at SPECTR RD, but will John believe him, trust him enough to wait and let Caleb/Gray try to find out what is going on. SPECTR is John’s life, his home when his own family turned their backs on him. How will he handle this betrayal? Will he even believe it? Time is running out for Caleb and Gray and they are in a grim situation. Moth has said they would perform the exorcism and make sure Gray escapes, but how will they get them out of the facility, can they really trust them? Who is this Moth organization anyway?

There are mysteries and twists and turns to this book that had me saying things like “You did Not just do that!” and “No way!” and other variations of surprise and at one point, of great delight. We learn more about Gray (who has a much larger role in this book – Yes! for those Gray fans out there, myself included) and several other central characters. I loved it! I realize this is very vague but if you are already a fan of the series – you do Not want spoilers.

I highly recommend this series and this book was everything I have come to expect from this series, and more.
HASH(0x8c40fba0) von 5 Sternen Jordan L. Hawk continues the thrilling Spectr series 19. Februar 2014
Von MplsBill - Veröffentlicht auf
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Ms Hawk you are brilliant! Your ability to weave action, horror, humor, and romance into a spellbinding story time after time is genius. I just finished Destroyer of Worlds and loved it. I am emotionally invested in all three of the main characters. From book to book in the Spectr series; will they find a way to exorcise Gray? If so, will he be released or destroyed? If the possession becomes permanent, will Gray and Caleb continue together or will both be killed? I won't give spoilers, but I was riveted to the last page. And although you don't include many sex scenes, when you do they are emotional and HOT! I was exhausted. Thank you! Keep them coming and I will keep devouring them. You have brought me hours of top notch entertainment and I look forward to many more.
HASH(0x8c40ff6c) von 5 Sternen Oh, Wow! 29. März 2014
Von SilkeeeeeeReads - Veröffentlicht auf
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Just frigging fantastic! Full of suspense and seriously hot sex, this book in the series, Five?, brought some truth's to light and certainly gave Gray a fantastic day, which he definitely deserved. I've reached the end of what has been currently written in this series and now will have to wait until the next book comes out in July. Grrr. Highly recommended!
HASH(0x8c40ff18) von 5 Sternen Finally, an installment that ends on only a semi-cliffhanger 21. März 2014
Von Charly T. Anchor - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Kindle Edition
Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS.

Rating: 8/10

- The plot continues to be good: little details are revealed piece by piece so that the larger picture comes together slowly and creates a nice dramatic buildup.
- Hawk is doing an excellent job of melding the characters’ voices so that Gray sounds more like Caleb with each story and Caleb sounds more like Gray. They are very obviously becoming one entity.
- We finally get to see a development in the relationship that I’ve been waiting to see for a while now, and the payoff (read: sex scene) is worth the wait.
- I really like the pacing of this author’s writing. There’s enough focus on detail to build an adequate amount of tension, but not so much detail that I ever find myself bored with any one scene. Even in the scenes that are long, there are a lot of different things going on, so the exposition is constantly moving along.

- For the most part, Hawk does a good job of catching her readers up on the main details from earlier books in the series--which is important in a serial story, when each volume ends on a cliffhanger and there are months between the publishing dates of each installment. However, there are some references with almost no background explanation (example: “He saw us fight the wendigo”) that I remembered only vaguely because it had been several months and many books since I had read the prior installment.
- Overall, there’s a bit more drama in this one than I remember in the previous volumes. Caleb and John are separated for much of the story, and tension (related to various plot points) just builds and builds without much reprieve until the *very* end.

Overall comments: I think the bottom line here is that if you like the earlier stories, you’ll like this one. Gray is still amusing, the plot is still intriguing, and the characters are still likeable. I don’t feel that the series is growing stale, but I won’t lie and say that the serial nature of it doesn’t bother me. It’s a great story arc, but I’m growing weary of all the cliffhangers. I’d much rather read it as a novel all together.
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