Readers follow newcomer Jason Collins whose more ambitious maneuvers in battle grates team members. As part of Team Joshua, his closest teammate is Maria, aka, "...Ace of the Vatican. The prodigious demon hunter. A once in a generation talent." In my words, she's a Terminatrix. There's Team Chaplin Michael, a voracious reader with a subdued humor. Finally, there's the no non-sense, short-temper mentor, Rodrick. Via communication with 'Oracles' who feed them information about their target, they encounter a demonic presence named, The Ripper, in Whitechapel London. Team Joshua wages a good warfare but not without consequences.
Coogle crafts moments of relative quiet before the pyrotechnics explode on the page in several battles with demonic hordes. Team Joshua gets help from Team Samuel's hero and heroine, Travis and Katie. Other DH teams and the Trinitarian Guard also engage in the battles. Wow! I won't give anything away, but a couple of them register as doozies. When you get to them, you'll know the ones I mean.
Coogle has excellent descriptive flair in his battle scenes and the myriad emotions of his characters ring true. I won't name all the main characters in the story to leave readers some surprises. He also writes some bold narrative plot developments.
However, within that narrative skill set, Coogle's story needs more editing. It doesn't necessarily detract from the enjoyment of the story, but they're obvious issues that need correction. In the fairness of full disclosure, light profanity also pervades Kingdom Come as well.
Kingdom Come possesses super-charged action, emotional loss, inhuman depravity, and imbued faith within the gravitas of spiritual warfare. Four Stars! Kingdom Come! Readers come!