There is a possibility that I should have read Blast of Dragon's Fury to know what I was getting into. But I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. Because it follows a bit of a ghostly storyline, one where the dead are involved with those whom are still living, I definitely was hooked. Some of my most favorite YA reading involve points like this. For all you fantasy lovers, this is a great, quick read and you will definitely get a good laugh from it.
Not to give away too much, because some people don't like spoilers, this novella begins with the death of Imogenia, at the death of her brother, Kaysan. I suppose you could say he wanted something in particular, but Imogenia was in the way.
"Imogenia hovered above the slowly fading scene. Kaysan, her younger brother, stood looking at the still form lying on the floor. The corners of his mouth started to turn up in a smile and his eyes narrowed in contempt. Her brain whirled, struggling to put the pieces together."
Imogenia then is escorted to the terminal, where she may choose to rest in Peace Paradise or go to Hades for a tan, and everything else. Due to an almost-vow, Imogenia determined to make her brother pay for her death before she finally chooses to pass on to Peace Paradise. She is sent to the Waiting Area, after speaking her plans to make her brother miserable, she meets her mother. Imogenia's mother had passed on prior to her own death. Imagine seeing your mother after knowing her to have died.
Full review can be read here (VERY SOON) - http://haddieshaven.blogspot.com/2016/01/andy-smithson-power-of-heirs-passion-review.html