Taste of Wrath

Taste of Wrath

With seven books for seven sins, Taste of Wrath is the adrenaline-fuelled finalé to the Sin du Jour series, which Chuck Wendig calls ?a raucous, riotous tale of culinary madness?! Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be about to change. The entity formerly known as Allenswor With seven books for seven sins, Taste of Wrath is the adrenaline-fuelled finalé to the Sin du Jour series,...

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Title:Taste of Wrath
Author:Matt Wallace
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0765393255
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:259 pages pages

Taste of Wrath Reviews

  • Vinay Badri
    Jul 17, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

  • Mickey
    May 05, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

  • Alan
    Jun 17, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

  • Laura
    May 06, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

  • Jen
    Apr 14, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

    Fun read . This is still an enjoyable world with a delightful cast and suitable mayhem. Unfortunately, I read the series on my tablet. Had I invested in the paper format, I could have re-read the series to clarify who was who. ...

    A wonderful conclusion to a superb series. What more is there to say about this unique 7-book novella series about a catering firm for vampires, werewolves, goblins etc! I do hope Matt Wallace can be persuaded to return to this world. ...

    Nicely done. So this is the last book of this funny, wild bit of outrageousness that ended up touching my heart. I wasn't sure how it would end, but it turned out well. This is a series i shall enjoy rereading. ...

    Well this is it, the end. What a ride it has been. This is the best novella serie I have ever read, really. If you have not tried those novellas, each one is a little nugget that gives you 2 hours of pleasure. Go read them, now ! ...

    A great end to the story. As always, an amazing book that I couldn't put down. ...

    A fitting conclusion to the series. Highly recommended! ...

    I enjoy the hell out of these books. This is a fitting finale. If you like urban fantasy and Food Network and you've not read these books, you really should. ...

  • Strega
    Apr 24, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

  • Rene Sears
    Apr 12, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

  • Steven Wilber
    Jun 06, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

    Fun read . This is still an enjoyable world with a delightful cast and suitable mayhem. Unfortunately, I read the series on my tablet. Had I invested in the paper format, I could have re-read the series to clarify who was who. ...

    A wonderful conclusion to a superb series. What more is there to say about this unique 7-book novella series about a catering firm for vampires, werewolves, goblins etc! I do hope Matt Wallace can be persuaded to return to this world. ...

    Nicely done. So this is the last book of this funny, wild bit of outrageousness that ended up touching my heart. I wasn't sure how it would end, but it turned out well. This is a series i shall enjoy rereading. ...

    Well this is it, the end. What a ride it has been. This is the best novella serie I have ever read, really. If you have not tried those novellas, each one is a little nugget that gives you 2 hours of pleasure. Go read them, now ! ...

    A great end to the story. As always, an amazing book that I couldn't put down. ...

    A fitting conclusion to the series. Highly recommended! ...

  • Devann
    Apr 09, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

  • Bradley
    Apr 05, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

  • Angie
    Sep 11, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

  • Kam
    Mar 21, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

  • Fiona
    Apr 10, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

  • Barb (Boxermommyreads)
    Apr 06, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

  • Ellana Thornton-Wheybrew
    Apr 22, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

  • Aildiin
    Apr 25, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

    Fun read . This is still an enjoyable world with a delightful cast and suitable mayhem. Unfortunately, I read the series on my tablet. Had I invested in the paper format, I could have re-read the series to clarify who was who. ...

    A wonderful conclusion to a superb series. What more is there to say about this unique 7-book novella series about a catering firm for vampires, werewolves, goblins etc! I do hope Matt Wallace can be persuaded to return to this world. ...

    Nicely done. So this is the last book of this funny, wild bit of outrageousness that ended up touching my heart. I wasn't sure how it would end, but it turned out well. This is a series i shall enjoy rereading. ...

    Well this is it, the end. What a ride it has been. This is the best novella serie I have ever read, really. If you have not tried those novellas, each one is a little nugget that gives you 2 hours of pleasure. Go read them, now ! ...

  • Colin Forbes
    Apr 30, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

  • Michael
    Apr 13, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

    Fun read . This is still an enjoyable world with a delightful cast and suitable mayhem. Unfortunately, I read the series on my tablet. Had I invested in the paper format, I could have re-read the series to clarify who was who. ...

    A wonderful conclusion to a superb series. What more is there to say about this unique 7-book novella series about a catering firm for vampires, werewolves, goblins etc! I do hope Matt Wallace can be persuaded to return to this world. ...

  • Rachel (Kalanadi)
    May 28, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Elizabeth Judd Taylor
    Oct 05, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

  • Maggie Gordon
    Jun 29, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

  • Koeur
    Apr 23, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

  • Marian
    Apr 11, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

    Fun read . This is still an enjoyable world with a delightful cast and suitable mayhem. Unfortunately, I read the series on my tablet. Had I invested in the paper format, I could have re-read the series to clarify who was who. ...

    A wonderful conclusion to a superb series. What more is there to say about this unique 7-book novella series about a catering firm for vampires, werewolves, goblins etc! I do hope Matt Wallace can be persuaded to return to this world. ...

    Nicely done. So this is the last book of this funny, wild bit of outrageousness that ended up touching my heart. I wasn't sure how it would end, but it turned out well. This is a series i shall enjoy rereading. ...

  • Roberto Garcia
    May 31, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

  • JustSomeGuy
    Jul 12, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

  • Cass
    Apr 26, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

  • Krystal
    Jun 15, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

  • Diana F. Neyland
    Apr 15, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

    Fun read . This is still an enjoyable world with a delightful cast and suitable mayhem. Unfortunately, I read the series on my tablet. Had I invested in the paper format, I could have re-read the series to clarify who was who. ...

  • Mary Saha
    Apr 13, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

  • Bill Dixon
    Apr 15, 2018

    And the series is done. I can honestly say I was deeply amused by this ensemble cast of chef-mercenaries who are so devoted to making the best possible meals under the worst possible conditions... including serving angel meat to demons, being tortured on live-tv, hellgnomes, and en...

    Publishing Date: April 2018 Publisher: Tor ISBN: 9780765393241 Genre: Fantasy Rating: DNF (2.5/5) Publisher?s Description: Bronko and his team of crack chefs and kitchen staff have been serving the New York supernatural community for decades. But all that could be abou...

    4,5/5 ...

    So honestly it's really hard to review the seventh book in a series without giving something away. So let's just leave it as some will live and some will die and concentrate on what I loved about this final installment and the series overall. I have to say that the Sin du Jour books...

    I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley Although this series did have its ups and its downs [Idle Ingredients was probably the low-point of the series for me], this was just an absolutely perfect finale to a truly unique and entertaining series. I don't really want to...

    It's hard to say anything about the seventh book in a series without ruining the rest! It's a smart, surprisingly accurate series about a team of chefs and assorted support staff who prepare meals both from and for the unusual. It's hilarious, heartbreaking, and while I'm sad that it's...

    3.5 stars ...

    I laughed, I cried, I laughed and cried some more. A perfect ending to the series ...

    Appropriately epic and costly finale. I love a series that's not afraid to kill off main characters, so you know everything's up for grabs. Nicely done baton-passing as well. ...

    So we have come to the end of what has been an enjoyable ride across seven sins and seven books. The joy of finding this series to begin with was the highlight for me as I devoured the first novella in a few hours, then quickly went through the next several installments like a buffet l...

    Review is based on an #ARC given to me for free by Tor.Com Publishing. This is slated for release on April 10, 2018. Oh. My. GOD. I knew that the Sin du Jour series would end with a bang, but I was NOT prepared for just how EPIC that ending would be. Or how hilarious. Or how hea...

    My Review: This series was such an odd ride, so different from everything I have read before, but I am so glad I stuck around until the end! It was great to see everything that has been built up throughout the series come to a head, even some of the elements that seemed pointless earli...

    It's hard to review the final book in a seven book series without spoiling it, but let me just say that it was a wild ride and deeply satisfying. Wallace pulled no punches and no one was safe in the final showdown between the Sin du Jour crew and their opponents. But there was still pl...

    OMG, what a rollercoaster ride this book was! I laughed my ass off and cried my heart out in equal measure. Saying goodbye to some beloved characters was brutal, but the ultimate outcome of the final battle was great. Not quite a spoiler- I will never again be able to look at certain H...

    This lovely little novella series gets a fitting violent action packed end that kind of brings the series a full circle. If the earlier books were cute and smart, this one is just an action packed ride filled with tons of serious heart-jerking moments for our loved characters. Almost e...

    I?m a Sin du Jour fan since day one, the series is amazing, the characters spectacular, the setting, dialogues, nice references, it has everything a reader can ask. I really enjoyed the conclusion and definitely would like more & more? just 7 sins, 7 books? If you like co...

    I don't want it to be over I loved this series and I hate that it is done. I hope more with come of it in the future. I think it would be an awesome tv series. That being said this is one of the best series endings I have read. Not everyone made it out which is realistic given the s...

    A fitting conclusion to what has been an excellent series of novellas. Some nice call-backs to earlier 'episodes' and probably the closest thing to a happy ending that we could realistically have hoped for. Reading the books as they were released, I sometimes had a hard time keep...

    Yay! The final volume is a return to form after the slightly disappointing last entry. The humor and the emotion are back, along with a better plot and a satisfying finale. Oh, and the food. The food played a bigger part again. Ultimately, this was a very fun series, original, with s...

    I've had a bit of an off-and-on relationship with the Sin du Jour series, but I have grown quite fond of these characters. They got a good send-off in Taste of Wrath. Battles were fought, some people were lost, but the epic nature of the series was definitely carried to a worthwhile cl...

    A delicious final serving of Matt Wallace's wild and entertaining seven-novella catered feast of the supernatural. This book delivered a satisfying last meal for Sin du Jour fans and, while I hate to say goodbye to this cast of characters, I leave this table both sated and hungry for w...

    Don't let this be the conclusion! Another wonderful entry in the series, but like all the rest it was too short! I want more! The story was fast paced and led to a wonderful if not painful conclusion. I'm happy with every word! ...

    On the plus side - good writing, good character development, good story-arc ending. It's a 4. On the negative side - why do so many series have to have some epic battle? It's a 2. On the average, it's a 3 ...

    Fun read . This is still an enjoyable world with a delightful cast and suitable mayhem. Unfortunately, I read the series on my tablet. Had I invested in the paper format, I could have re-read the series to clarify who was who. ...

    A wonderful conclusion to a superb series. What more is there to say about this unique 7-book novella series about a catering firm for vampires, werewolves, goblins etc! I do hope Matt Wallace can be persuaded to return to this world. ...

    Nicely done. So this is the last book of this funny, wild bit of outrageousness that ended up touching my heart. I wasn't sure how it would end, but it turned out well. This is a series i shall enjoy rereading. ...

    Well this is it, the end. What a ride it has been. This is the best novella serie I have ever read, really. If you have not tried those novellas, each one is a little nugget that gives you 2 hours of pleasure. Go read them, now ! ...

    A great end to the story. As always, an amazing book that I couldn't put down. ...