KNIGHTS OF THE DEAD GOD is the sequel to JACK BLOODFIST: FIXER but its own separate series. This is interesting because they're two separate genres. Jack Bloodfist: Fixer is a urban fantasy while Knights of the Dead God is a more traditional fantasy. The two can be together because travel between worlds is a real thing in this setting and plays a major role in the story. Like if a story took place in both Narnia as well as New York. This is the Narnia section where Arthur Shield, an antagonist of the first book, must undergo a fascinating as well as gut-wrenching bit of soul searching after his god dies.
JACK BLOODFIST: FIXER is a urban fantasy story in the vein of Netflix's recent Will Smith vehicle BRIGHT, which has a urban fantasy setting where orcs live alongside humans as well as elves. I'm a huge fan of orcs, especially orc protagonists, so this was something I was looking forward to. I found myself pleasantly surprised throughout the novel and overall enjoyed it greatly.