Raven can breathe life into you, or siphon the life from you - the choice is yours.They say your life flashes before your eyes when you die. But what you didn't know - your last thoughts determine whether Raven becomes your grim reaper or your saving grace.
Death has a sinister plan, but his favorite female reaper has been given a new power that will combat his secret mission. The only issue - she hasn't discovered it yet.
Will Raven put the pieces together in time, or will Purgatory be destroyed forever?
©2013 Tish Thawer (P)2014 Tish Thawer
Not that it's bad, I just think your average guy isn't going to enjoy this. Because... it's not written for guys.
Best enjoyed by women, I would guess.
I like the narrator. She was actually quite good.
Narrator very good. This book is not for dudes.
I love reading many different styles of books. Lately, I have been more into fantasy (a trend started by a Song of Ice and Fire, that led me to the Mistborn Trilogy, The Kingkiller Chronicles, Wheel of Time...) The books that captivate me the most are the ones with the most well-thought characters and well told story... something mundane can be made wonderful by a good writer.
Not based on this one. The narration was good enough I guess, but the book was just not very good.
The wasted potential? A heavy setting could have allowed for a heavier story. Not some teenage fantasy that doesn't even begin to search for depth.
It was good enough I guess. The male voices weren't very good and the main character sounded very childish (but I guess she is, so...)
The story was coherent enough. It wasn't as bad as reading fanfic or twilight for instance.
Even sillyness can be well done, the book is too formulaic. I kept waiting for it to surprise me or become slightly interesting... it never did.
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