This narrator ads to an already fresh take on this genre
This is a great alternative world and a sadly dark "real" kind of hero
Any with Terrible and Chess
Surprisingly it was
The main character is dark in a way that is sad and entralling. The story is mysterious and intriguing.
For one, the book is progressing very slowly. I like a bit faster paced book. This might sound silly since paranormal novels tend to be well...not normal but I like paranormal novels that seem to be set in a more present world setting. This book is set in a future world which I'm not a fan of. I can usually get over this aspect but I'm also not a fan of the heroine being a drug user and associating herself with drug pushers and pimps. I know everyone had their vices but this is a bit too much for me when it directly involves the main character that is being portrayed as the heroine. Something that is annoying to me personally is the use of a lot of slang. It always makes me feel like the person is really lazy and uneducated. I know this isn't always the case but it still bothers me and a lot of the secondary characters seem to use it. I won't be finishing this book let alone moving on to the next book in the series.
It's always a pleasure to find a story that breaks a little new ground in its genre. Stacia Kane does so with Unholy Ghosts. Main character Chess is often annoying, addicted to drugs, and walks a fine line between competency and incompetency in her profession of Debunker. She is also a character with an appealing amount of determination to do what must be done. I hope Kane continues to build on Chess' character, and address her level of drug addiction in upcoming stories. Supporting characters were just beginning to jell by the end of Ghosts. Lex is a mystery. Terrible was wonderful and the most real after Chess . . . The structure and people of the Church need to be fleshed out. Lastly a word about the narrator: Wonderful!