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Reaper of Earth

The Artifact Reaper Saga, Book 1
Narrated by: Shelley Reece
Series: The Artifact Reaper Saga, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 17 mins
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Hidden abilities, haunting memories, and one confused girl. 

I’m a reaper. Death should come naturally to me, but it doesn’t. And the abilities I am able to conjure are forbidden by my kind. My parents try to hide my abilities, but when the elders assign my first target, they order my parents to stay back. Now I’m on my own, with no one to protect me, no idea what I’m doing, and no control over the powers I’m supposed to keep hidden. 

I should have known this would blow up in my face. 

My family name is ruined, and I have to fix what I’ve ripped. I’m not sure I have what it takes. The fate of my entire kind is on my shoulders, and I’m the only one who can make things right. But if I mess up again, it won’t just be my family that I break - our entire world will be ruined. 

Tomb Raider meets Touched in Reaper of Earth, a paranormal listen for those who love a dark twist.

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©2018 Jen L. Grey (P)2019 Jen L Grey

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Just Awesome

OMG these characters are just Amazing I just loved listening to them being brought to life by Shelley she did a fantabulous job. I cant wait to listen to book 2

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Different

I am used to reading about certain types of reapers. This author did something different that I have not come across. I'll admit I did find that hard to listen to only because I have known them one way and it did not feel real but there are twist which I was expecting because the main character who is a reaper is different.
My only negative is that I found she did not try hard enough at times. I felt she gave up to easily. Of course this could only be me who thinks this way.
Would I still recommend it? I would actually. If you like YA books about reapers with twists and turns than this is for you.

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Intriguing take on reapers

This story is a fun YA with lots of surprising takes on reapers, demons, witches and more, with magic, action and intrigue. It has vivid characters and lead smoothly into book 2. I found the narrator a bit monotone and stilted but she does a fairly nice job of differentiating between characters and her voice seems to fit the main character well, which is good since it’s written in first person. A light, fantastical YA and not too long of an audiobook—perfect to listen while at work, commuting or doing chores around the house.

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Great story

I really enjoyed listening to Reaper of Earth. I’m going to read the next one rather than waiting for the audiobook to come out since I really want to know what happens next.

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Great start to a unique series

This is a promising start to a new series by Jen L. Grey, with a unique twist on reapers. The plot is intriguing and the characters well thought out. The narration is on point and kept my attention. Can't wait for the book 2!

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weak plot

The plot is weak with huge jumps required to believe what is happening. Characters are not interesting or unique.