Review of The Horn of Taurus

The boys are back! In the second book of the Zodiac series, The Horn of Taurus by Paul Sating, Zeke, Bilba, and even Ralrek, are on another mission for the Council. This time, it’s the Eighth Circle of Hell instead of the Overworld, but once again, only these boys are the ones for the job. A powerful mogul demon has the Horn of Taurus, a powerful artifact from the beginning times, and one that the Council wants in their possession.

“Trust no one,” the boys are told by Seraph, one of the Council members, a fallen Angel, and their mission leader. Of course, Zeke already doesn’t trust the Council, how hard could it be not to trust anyone in the Eighth?

Hard, apparently.

If you liked Bitter Aires, then you’ll love the Horn of Taurus. There’s magic, mystery, character growth—hey, these boys are only a few hundred thousand years old after all and still living with their parents. And of course, humor.

Hurry, like hell hounds are after you, and pick up your copy today to find out more about Zeke and his friends, Hell and its circles, and why the Horn of Taurus is such a big deal.

Posted in

TC Grassman

On Being Human

By TC Grassman | September 21, 2020

Being human doesn’t necessarily mean you are not a monster. Monsters exist in all forms, including human. Recently I binge…

Review of The Gemini Paradox

By TC Grassman | September 14, 2020

In The Gemini Paradox, the third book in author Paul Sating’s Zodiac series, we delve further into what it means…

Bitter Aires Review

By TC Grassman | July 1, 2020

I’m doing things a little differently today. First, let me apologize for not posting any blog topics for awhile. Second,…

One Small Thing

By TC Grassman | July 15, 2019

Senior year came and Karl decided he’d had enough. So he planned his revenge. June was approaching and with it,…

Light of I AM

By TC Grassman | July 7, 2019

We are broken!   Like colored glass Scattered upon the marble Cracked and jagged   Somehow light still shines  …

Wordsmith

By TC Grassman | July 6, 2019

I love two for ones. I hope you do too. Words are what we use to impart thoughts and feelings,…

Inspiration

By TC Grassman | July 5, 2019

Look up inspiration and you’ll find different definitions depending on which dictionary you use. The one that resonates with me…