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Masters of Death Kindle Edition
When Viola Marek seeks out Fox D’Mora to help her with her ghost-infested mansion, he becomes inextricably involved in a quest that neither he nor Vi expects (or wants). But with the help of an unruly poltergeist, a demonic personal trainer, a sharp-voiced angel, a love-stricken reaper, and a few high-functioning creatures, Vi and Fox soon discover the difference between a mysterious lost love and an annoying dead body isn’t nearly as distinct as they thought.
- ASIN : B079GSJKL2
- Language : English
- File size : 1953 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 349 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #412,246 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Though the characters and the plotlines are heavily based in fantasy, the storytelling made everything very much grounded in reality so even if fantasy isn't your thing, it's well worth the money and time!
EDIT: Forgot to add that I bought the kindle edition too after getting the paperback version because I kept forgetting to pack the book with me when I went out and I NEEDED to finish the story. So now my bookshelf looks amazing AND I get to read this whenever and wherever I want, win win!
The Immortal Game. An amazing conception, almost well executed. It makes totally sense why it was conceptualised, and why Immortals would play. And now, I understand why the only rule is "Not to lose".
After reading the end section a few times, I mostly understand it. MOSTLY. I believe Blake has a background in philosophy, which really enhances her writing, but I think it would have been nice to have one precise down-to-earth (see what I did there) explanation that wasn't so artfully said that it was hard to fully comprehend. In other words, have one dumbed down explanation so us mortals understand! I love philosophical debates as much as the next person, and I totally get being very excited about your passion (I do the same with mine which is linguistics) but it slightly detracted from the amazing finale of the book where I STILL wasn't sure what exactly was happening. But tbf, I also was extremely stressed at the time with little sleep, so it is equally possible that I was just being stupid. Still.
Another "criticism" (although this is more personal preference) is that (no spoilers) that one of the pairings seems a tad forced for me. I understand how it's nice to have a happily ever after ending (as that'll be a nod to the fairytale stereotypes) but I felt that two particular characters would be better off as friends. Perhaps if their relationship was expanded upon, the book was longer or there was a sequel (I don't think a direct sequel is needed, but one set in the same world with some of the background characters like Micheal and Gabriel, or the full story of the angel and the reaper? HELL YEAH!!!!!) then I would be okay with it, but I felt it was a tad too matchy-matchy. Male and females can be besties without romance!
But honestly, disregarding those slight quibbles, this book was extremely good fun to read, and one that will stick with you for a while. Blake's humour is infectious, and it was full of laugh out loud moments whilst not diminishing the emotional rollercoaster characters will embark on. Also, whilst the front cover art confuses me (I'm not too sure what it depicts and I would have like to have a bit more cover) the character art inside is AMAZING. Seriously. And the way the key character had a portrait at the end of each chapter really did help for me to imagine the character, so thank you Little Chmura!
In conclusion BUY THIS BOOK! You will NOT regret it :)