I thought I'd have a go at writing a review of Leatherdykeuk's first novel, An Ungodly Child. I am by no means a professional but have written as I found.
An Ungodly Child, by Rachel Green
This is the debut book by Rachel Green. I found the story totally believable in spite of the fact that it involves demons, angels, fallen angels and it could all happen in anyone's street or neighbourhood. I have since found myself looking out for odd characters and inspecting their feet. Wondering...
Rachel's wicked sense of humour permeates the whole book and on occasions I was laughing out loud. Or groaning at the odd pun! A superb story, well drawn characters, especially Harold Waterman (is he really the Anti-Christ?) and Jasfoup the demon, oh and Devious the imp. Also Harold's wonderful mother Ada. We hear much about her and what she gets up to - well, the mind boggles! Not forgetting Uncle Frederick at Laverstone Manor. Well, I could list all the characters.
Harold and Jasfoup stop for tea on every occasion, a delightful and very English thread that runs throughout. I thoroughly recommend this easy to read novel and look forward with baited breath to the follow up. There is one, isn't there? Or two?
An Ungodly Child is available at Amazon UK and can be found at some Waterstones and WH Smith stores, or they will order it for you.