Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday [60] - Secrets of the Demon


Homicide detective Kara Gillian has a special talent: she can sense the "arcane" in our world, and there's quite a bit of it, even in Beaulac, Louisiana. She's also a summoner of demons, and works on a task force that deals with supernatural crimes. Her partners are attractive and smart FBI agents, but they're not summoners, and they're not telling Kara why they are on this special force with her.

To make things worse, Kara has pledged herself to one of the most powerful of demons-a Demon Lord-who helped save her partner's life, but now expects things in return. Meanwhile, she's trying to solve a string of murders that are somehow tied together by money, sex, rock music and...mud. But how can she concentrate on the case when she's not even sure who-or what-her partners are?


Reason: LOVE the first two books in the series!

Cover Discussion: Not a big fan. The first two books had a theme and I really liked it. Book three is cartoonish and so far away from the first two. Maybe it will change before 2011 comes around *shrugs*

Secrets of the Demon will be released January 4th!

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Teaser Tuesday [51] - Red Hot Fury

Teaser Tuesdays asks you to:

-Grab your current read
-Let the book fall open to a random page.
-Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12
-You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from … that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given.
-Please avoid spoilers!

I flexed my own wings suddenly, "accidentally" smaking Penelope in the process. "Oops!" She growled low in her throat, but one warning glace from Calaeno had her backing down. Ha. Who said revenge was a dish best served cold? (251)*

Red Hot Fury :: Kasey Mackenzie

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*From Uncorrected Proof

Monday, September 20, 2010

Review: Too Rich & Too Thin: Not an Autobiography

Too Rich and Too Thin: Not an Autobiography
Barbara DeShong

Series or Stand Alone: Stand Alone

Release Date: September 2009

Publisher: Echelon Press

Pages: 376

Author Site:

My Rating: 2.5/5

Source: Received for review from Phenix & Phenix Publicity
Pack your bags for Texas and prepare to meet the strangest family since that little Chainsaw Massacre incident.

Psychologist Jessica LeFave will be your guide, but be forewarned, Dr. LeFave isn’t your average shrink, and though her wisecracking lawyer buddy, will try to keep Jessica out of trouble, he might not be able to save you, or himself.

Your journey opens when Jessica is summoned to profile the killer who drove a spike through the heart of the notorious Bernice Jackson. Jessica is more than a little excited. Not because Bernice Jackson is dead, but because Bernice who'd soared to fame and wealth by shamelessly re-writing treasured historical events into wildly successful soft-porn novels and movies was a psychiatry patient of her husband's at the time of his death.

You see, Jessica is convinced her husband was murdered to bury a secret revealed in therapy. Since watching him dragged from the bottom of Lake Austin a Hilton receipt and another woman’s wedding rings in his pocket Jessica has been a little crazy, obsessing over his files, even stalking patients with dodgy reputations.

The police dismiss her claims, leaving Jessica on her own to land your Texas tour smack in the middle of the bizarre movie-making family starring a doped up basket case son, a daughter on a death wish eating binge, and the ghost of Bernice Jackson who'd pushed her obsession with seeing herself as young and beautiful beyond any psychotic dream.


TOO RICH AND TOO THIN is a roller coaster of a read. I say that while holding my enthusiasm at bay because frankly I found myself a little queasy as I read the novel. No blood and guts or gory details here that make things churn within. It’s more the fact that the author had me running in circles with her writing, her characters, and her details in general. But I’m not saying I didn’t enjoy the ride. There were times I was very into the story but those times I think the author paid greater attention to her details. I found the writing all over the place at times like the author’s thoughts themselves were scattered. The story was odd, quirky, but entertaining for the most part. I don’t regret reading it by any means but I think I’m going to be somewhat hesitant about picking up another Jessica LeFave mystery.

But let me go into some of the story and characters briefly. There’s much to like about Jessica. She’s definitely determined, I’ll give her that…relentless even! She is 110% sure that her husband’s death was no accident. To Jessica, her beloved, fellow psychologist, hubby was murdered! Not only murdered but his reputation has been tarnished with all the evidence pointing to an affair, alcohol, and a voluntary (or accidental) drive off a cliff. Despite evidence and non-believing law enforcement, Jessica sets out to find who is responsible. And she may just have a huge lead in her newest murder investigation. She is out to profile the killer of Bernice Jackson and her husband. Bernice, who happens to be late Dr. LeFave’s patient, is notorious for her history re-writing skills in the soft porn industry. Jessica has no idea the pickle she’s about to get herself into and just how twisted things are about to get in her life.

Even with Jessica’s tenacity she’s an easily likable character. But there are just times when she turned me off for one reason or another. Speaking of turn offs – the several remaining characters in the novel definitely had their “what the hell?” moments. Let me explain… There are numerous characters in Jessica’s journey. The entire Jackson family is quite frankly the weirdest characters I’ve come into contact with in quite some time. Even as I say that I find I’m not totally upset with that fact. They were entertaining despite their extremely odd and sometimes scary behavior and personalities. To put it nicely the family is just plain crazy. Do they make for a good read? Eh, depends on the reader’s mood I think. I found myself scatter-brained through many passages and thoroughly engaged in others. I think it’s definitely a love/hate relationship with this book and its characters.

The story in itself was kind of…well weird. I gotta admit I enjoyed the ending, but the entire journey as a whole left an unpleasant taste in my mouth. Kind of like eating something that tastes okay at first then has this yucky aftertaste. *sigh* I don’t want to be harsh with this book because honestly I enjoyed several parts of it. I even liked the underlying message that the author was putting out there…obsession with youth and weight can definitely drive some people to do horrible and crazy things. But the bigger picture is I didn’t love the book. Yes, it can be humorous at times but just a slig Like I said earlier, I wouldn’t automatically say no to another Jessica LeFave mystery. I just think I’m gonna be somewhat hesitant if in fact I decide to read another of the author’s books. But don’t let me deter you from reading it. Even if it's not really my cup o’tea, I can still see the novel hitting a homerun with other readers. You may be one of them!

As a side-note I gained some great background information from Barbara DeShong’s guest post that I put up yesterday. Weight issues and youth is definitely a topic that will probably always be of interested to society. Her novel is just a slice of the big pie of said issues and I admire the way the author was able to pull of her message.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Book Arrivals



Dust :: Joan Frances Turner
(September 2010 - Ace Hardcover)

Nine years ago, Jessie had a family. Now, she has a gang.
Nine years ago, Jessie was a vegetarian. Now, she eats very fresh meat.

Nine years ago, Jessie was in a car crash and died. Nine years ago, Jessie was human.

Now, she’s not.

After she was buried, Jessie awoke and tore through the earth to arise, reborn, as a zombie. Jessie’s gang is the Fly-by-Nights. She loves the ancient, skeletal Florian and his memories of time gone by. She’s in love with Joe, a maggot-infested corpse. They fight, hunt, dance together as one—something humans can never understand. There are dark places humans have learned to avoid, lest they run into the zombie gangs.

But now, Jessie and the Fly-by-Nights have seen new creatures in the woods—things not human and not zombie. A strange new illness has flamed up out of nowhere, causing the undeads to become more alive and the living to exist on the brink of death. As bits and pieces of the truth fall around Jessie, like the flesh off her bones, she’ll have to choose between looking away or staring down the madness—and hanging onto everything she has come to know as life…
**Thank you Abigail from All Things Urban Fantasy
For Review:
The Ascension: Synarchy Book 2 :: DCS
(July 2010 - SVT Publishing)

"We're villains, as much as we are capable of being heroes…”A lifetime ago, Stefano Vasco Terenzio saw one way to maneuver his family into a game of betrayal against an unbeatable enemy; walking into a bullet. A generation later, what started with one man’s ego will determine the fate of the whole word.For centuries The Brotherhood and their Gods, the Anunnaki have hidden in plain sight among us. For centuries they have lied, sacrificed man by the thousands, and manipulated humanity into their service. As the clock ticks closer to December 21st, 2012, they will stop at nothing to keep their control of planet Earth.In the thrilling sequel to Synarchy Book 1: The Awakening, the end is only the beginning. Secrets emerge that will challenge the core of everything you think you believe. All the while a team of scientists must make sense out of the fantastical, and the tenuous link holding together the one family that can save humankind, shatters.

From the Desk of...

... author Barbara DeShong!

How Far Is Your Body from Perfect?
And Why You Don’t Need to Know...

The Story Behind the Story: TOO RICH and TOO THIN, Not an Autobiography.

On a Saturday afternoon when I was fourteen, my older sister invited me along on a guest pass to the fancy spa where she was a member. The idea appealed to me as a kid who spent fifteen to twenty hours a week riding horses, but had no experience with the more glamorous side of exercise. I donned my shorts and T-Shirt, excited and ready for my introduction to the world of women’s fitness.

On arrival, my sister greeted her spiffy pony-tailed trainer and I tagged along, spasmodically trying out a variety of machines that looked suspiciously like some I’d seen pictured as favorites of bitter European queens during the Dark Ages. But, I was having a good time, all and all. With my outdoor schedule, I wasn’t likely going to end up a regular at the spa, but I was enjoying the heck out of my guest pass.

At least I was having fun until a spandexed trainer roaming the spa with a clipboard spotted me floundering naïvely amongst the equipment and offered me a free body appraisal. Free being in my price range, I jumped on the opportunity to add value to my guest pass. The pretty lady led me into an office and whipped out a tape measure. As a fourteen year old with the above mentioned lack of spa sophistication, I sat, stood, turned, held out my arms, and offered up my sunburned neck. She was at least twenty-five and had instruments. Thus, I obeyed. Also, remember, at fourteen free was still a big draw.

Then the woman took the page off her clipboard and made entries into a calculator on her desk. After a few minutes of electronic humming, she swiveled her chair to match up her knees to mine. She knitted her forehead with great importance and proceeded to inform me that: my upper arms were 1.4 inches too big, my forearms and wrists were slightly out-of-sync, but perhaps, acceptable given my overly large hands. My waist-to-hip ratio was off by 2.4 inches, my neck was .4 inches under-sized which could be my age, and my ribcage was too large for my breast size. I lost conscious attention before she got to my thigh and lower leg deformities.

Amazingly, after informing me of the specifics of what was wrong with my body, with an absolute straight face the woman looked me straight in the eyes and asked if I would like a copy of the information. A free copy. I declined. Talk about some information a fourteen-year- old doesn’t need. Something no woman needs.

We have mirrors. We have clothes that fit and those that don’t. I couldn’t possibly think why any woman could possibly benefit from to the decimal records on how her body differs from the “ideal.”

When I chose the cover and the title for the humorous mystery, TOO RICH and TOO THIN, Not an Autobiography, I reflected on my teenage spa experience. The women who come into my psychology office, like the one who peers at me out of my mirror, tend to see a face and body worse than the reality. The cover for the book shows a regular-sized, normally saggy, middle-aged woman with un-fussed-over hairdo painting a self-portrait using a mirror. On her easel she has painted a slender woman with great hair. Studies show that people who over-estimate their physical and social desirability have more fun in life. Knowing those studies, I’ve often thought, “What if, as a psychologist, I could help people see themselves as better-looking than they are?

To approach the body image issue a bit differently through fiction, one of the lead characters is so obsessed with the way she sees herself that she has her bedroom walled in distortion mirrors reflecting a younger and slimmer woman.

Behind the mystery in TOO RICH and TOO THIN, Not an Autobiography is the story of women’s struggle with self image in an image conscious world.

Barbara DeShong is an award-winning speaker, practicing psychologist, and the author of “TOO RICH AND TOO THIN: NOT AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY,” a humorous mystery novel. For more information, please visit or

Be sure to stop by tomorrow to check out my review for TOO RICH AND TOO THIN: NOT AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Review: Starfinder

John Marco

Series or Stand Alone: Skylords series, book one

Previous Books/Series:
Tyrants and Kings - The Jackal of Nar (1999), The Grand Design (2000), The Saints of the Sword (2001)
Eyes of Gods - The Eyes of God (2002), The Devil's Armour (2003), The Sword of Angels (2005)

Release Date: May 2009

Publisher: DAW

Pages: 325

Author Site (not official):

My Rating: 5/5

Source: Won from giveaway hosted by In Search of Giants


A new fantasy series from the author of The Sword of Angels.

Steam trains and electricity are rapidly changing the world. Moth of Calio is obsessed with the airships developed by his friend Fiona’s grandfather Rendor, and dreams of taking to the air one day like his heroes, the Skyknights.

But not everyone is happy to see humans reach the skies. For thousands of years, the mysterious and powerful race known as the Skylords have jealously guarded their heavenly domain. But Moth and Fiona are about to breach the magical boundary between the world of humans and the world of the Skylords.


Moth may be an orphan but that doesn’t stop him from being a dreamer. He wants nothing more than to become one of the elite Skyknights and roam the sky of Calio in one of the sleek dragonfly airships. But his dreams are put on hold as his entire life is shook up after the death of his beloved mentor Leroux. Leroux’s death brings more than grief as a journey is set forth before Moth that will test the limits of everything Moth believes in. This journey will take him through the forbidden Reach and into a world that is inhabited by fantastic creatures who will both aide and deter Moth from the goals put before him.

Traveling along with him is his best friend Fiona. The grand-daughter of the Governor of Calio she is fierce, feisty, and definitely independent. As the story opens further a vulnerability appears that shows Fiona’s strengths and weaknesses. A superb companion to Moth, the two characters see the same things completely different because of their life experiences. I believe this story is Fiona’s just as much as it is Moth’s. And speaking of Moth I admit I was a little skeptical of his character at first. I thought he would be immature for some reason. However, he gained my respect and admiration as the true colors of his personality shown throughout the novel.

There is such complexity in the other characters of the novel. Adversaries become friends and it’s hard to see who the enemy is until you get into the meat of the story. I found the relationships between pretty much all the characters, secondary and primary alike, to be enjoyable and engaging. From Fiona’s grandfather, Rendor, and his shipmates, to the dragons, and to the Skylords…each set of characters had a depth that really had me hooked.

I’m sad I waited so long to read STARFINDER. I can’t remember when exactly I won it from Aerin’s blog but it’s been sitting on my shelf for a good while. I think it was the “eh..” cover that made me wait to open the book. Shame on me because I enjoyed STARFINDER so much! From the characters to the world created by Marco I just wanted MORE MORE MORE! Being a fantasy novice myself, I think it was a wonderful novel for one to get their feet wet. It wasn’t overly complicated or overwhelming in the tiniest bit and I think that’s what scares some people away from fantasy. I also believe that long time fantasy lovers will enjoy the simple yet fantastic story John Marco has wrote. I’ll be looking into his adult fantasy novels to see how those fare with me. And of course I’ll be eagerly awaiting book two in the Skylords series (which better be produced soon Mr. Marco!!) even though STARFINDER was wrapped up quite nicely in the end.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday [59] - Nightshade


Calla Tor has always known her destiny: After graduating from the Mountain School, she'll be the mate of sexy alpha wolf Ren Laroche and fight with him, side by side, ruling their pack and guarding sacred sites for the Keepers. But when she violates her masters' laws by saving a beautiful human boy out for a hike, Calla begins to question her fate, her existence, and the very essence of the world she has known. By following her heart, she might lose everything--including her own life. Is forbidden love worth the ultimate sacrifice?


Reason: This book is buzzing everywhere around the blogosphere and with a blurb like that I can totally see why. A sexy love-triangle, werewolves, and forbidden love...sign me up please!!

Cover Discussion: Beautiful! The blood on the flowers goes so well with the pale purple color of the overall cover. I really like the eye color chosen for the cover model, it definitely stands out!

Nightshade will be released October 19th!

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Happy Birthday Giveaway! (International)


I can't believe another year has gone by. I don't feel much different at 23. *shrugs* I wasn't really expecting to anyway =)

Anywho, this is a combination giveaway because I passed 200 followers some time ago and wanted to thank those that have stuck with me (or just forgot that they were following me and never took me off lol).

But before we get into the rules of the giveaway let's see what's up for grabs shall we??

I have 8 books to give away, randomly put together in 4 different "prize packs".

Pack 1:
The Fire King :: Marjorie M. Liu
Dirty Sexy Knitting (Uncorrected Proof) :: Christie Ridgway

Pack 2:
The Hunger Games (UK cover) :: Suzanne Collins
Playing House :: Frerica Wagman

Pack 3:
The Reapers Are the Angels (ARC) :: Alden Bell
To Beguile a Beast :: Elizabeth Hoyt

Pack 4:
Red Hot Fury (ARC) :: Kasey Mackenzie
My Forbidden Desire :: Carolyn Jewel

International Prize:
I don't think I have many international readers. However, if I have at least one international follower that's willing to enter my giveaway it's totally worth including them in my "follower" portion of the giveway. 
I'll order or pre-order any book under $10.00 at The Book Depository for you. Please check here to see if they will ship to you, otherwise your entry won't count I'm afraid.


Since I don't have as much time as I would like to spend on the blog I'm gonna make the giveaway (and the entries) as simple as possible:

To enter:

You must be a follower through Google Friend Connect
You must list the Prize Packs in order of preference in case you win
& You must include your email address in your comment. (No email address = no entry)

Extra entries:
+3 Old GFC follower
+3 Tweet this giveaway, must include @mishtakes in tweet (provide link)
+2 Email subscriber (new or old)
+1 Follow on twitter (provide @name)
+1 New GFC follower

Do separate comments, one big comment, I don't mind. One day I'll use Google Docs like everyone else for my giveaways but not this time I'm afraid.
Again, I want to thank those who have stuck with me for the past year and a half. I'm not the hippest blogger but it means so much to have people stop by and visit, especially those that frequent my little niche in the blogging world.

Also, another note to international readers. If you'd like one of the prize packs instead and you have a friend in the US I can ship to then please tell me which pack you'd like in your comment.

Giveaway ends September 30th and all winners will be announced October 1st.

Good Luck!!

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Book Arrivals


For Review:

Just One Taste :: Louisa Edwards 
(August 2010 - St. Martin's Paperbacks)

He has a hungry mind. Bad-boy chef Wes Murphy is dreading his final-semester cooking class-Food Chemistry 101-until he meets the new substitute teacher. Dr. Rosemary Wilkins is a feast for the eyes, though her approach to food is strictly academic. So Wes decides to rattle her Bunsen burner by asking for her hands-on advice-on aphrodisiacs...

She's got love down to a science.
Rosemary is a little wary about working with Wes, whose casual flirtations make her hot under the collar. But once they begin testing the love-enhancing power of chocolate, oysters, and strawberries, it becomes scientifically evident that the brainy science nerd and the boyish chef have some major chemistry together-and it’s delicious...

A Hellion in Her Bed :: Sabrina Jeffries 
(September 2010 - Pocket Star)

Furious at his grandmother’s ultimatum to marry or lose his inheritance, Lord Jarret Sharpe wagers his luck—and his heart—at the card table against a most unlikely opponent. Mired in scandal after his parents’ mysterious deaths, notorious gambler Lord Jarret Sharpe agrees to tamely run the family brewery for a year if his Machiavellian grandmother rescinds her ultimatum that he marry. But the gambler in him can’t resist when beguiling Annabel Lake proposes a wager. If she wins their card game, he must help save her family’s foundering brewery. But if he wins, she must spend a night in his bed. The outcome sets off a chain of events that threatens to destroy all his plans . . . and unveils the secret Annabel has held for so long. When Jarret discovers the darker reason behind her wager, he forces her into another one—and this time he intends to win not just her body, but her heart.

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Teaser Tuesday [50] - Too Rich & Too Thin: Not an Autobiography

Teaser Tuesdays asks you to:

-Grab your current read
-Let the book fall open to a random page.
-Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12
-You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from … that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given.
-Please avoid spoilers!


"I gave the Demerol pump a squeeze. Sleep deprivation blending with the drugs had lights and whistles going off inside my skill like a small town carnival had camped inside with a Saturday night crowd." (220)

Too Rich & Too Thin: Not an Autobiography :: Barbara DeShong

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Monday, September 06, 2010

Lumby on the Air Winner

The winner of my Uncorrected Proof of LUMBY ON THE AIR is...

Carol Naomi Wong

Congrats!! I've emailed you already and you have until Friday, September 10th to email me back. Thanks so much to those that entered. =)

ARC Review: The Reapers Are the Angels

The Reapers Are the Angels
Alden Bell

Series or Stand Alone: Stand Alone

Previous Books: Hummingbirds: A Novel (2009) [under Joshua Gaylord]

Release Date: August 2010

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company

Pages: 240

Author Site:

My Rating: 4.25/5

Source: Received for review from Henry Holt & Company


Zombies have infested a fallen America. A young girl named Temple is on the run. Haunted by her past and pursued by a killer, Temple is surrounded by death and danger, hoping to be set free.

For twenty-five years, civilization has survived in meager enclaves, guarded against a plague of the dead. Temple wanders this blighted landscape, keeping to herself and keeping her demons inside her heart. She can't remember a time before the zombies, but she does remember an old man who took her in and the younger brother she cared for until the tragedy that set her on a personal journey toward redemption. Moving back and forth between the insulated remnants of society and the brutal frontier beyond, Temple must decide where ultimately to make a home and find the salvation she seeks.


THE REAPERS ARE THE ANGELS was a surprising read for me. I honestly took the book on for review because I haven’t read too many zombie books. The blurb sounded pretty decent too so I was like “Sure, why not?” But I wasn’t expecting a book that was going to stick with me long after I closed the cover. Maybe it was the quotation-less dialogue (which is a new experience), or the obvious Southern Gothic backbone of the novel, or maybe just the fact that Alden Bell made me think outside of the box. Whatever it was, I walked away knowing I had probably just read a future classic of the post-apocalyptic genre.

(And to go off on a tangent for a moment… Alden Bell is actually a pseudonym for Joshua Gaylord. Significance of that? I won a book called HUMMINGBIRDS sometime ago and it’s been sitting on my shelves for a while now. Who wrote that book? A Mr. Joshua Gaylord… Definitely bumped that book to the top of the stack of TBR books!)

Temple estimates her age to be around 15 (or 16 depending on her mood). All she’s known in life is the “meatskin” infested world that she was born into. And yet despite her dark, gritty, and hopeless surroundings Temple is still able to find beauty in all the chaos. However, Temple is no sweet-hearted heroine. Temple can be described as hardcore, and I don't mean kick-ass take-no-prisoners kind of sense exactly. She is a true survivor and resembles nothing of the sweet teenager she could have been if she was alive before the fall of humanity. A lone traveler, Temple has been forced to grow up into an adult that has a brutal honesty about her that was hard to connect with on a personal level. But that didn't stop me from caring about her as a character.

One cannot take pity on Temple. In fact, I'm sure she'd hate pity in any form. Always on the move, Temple has found the tools to keep herself alive and has done whatever necessary to make sure she sees another day. But I wouldn't be quick to call her ruthless although a lot of evidence points to that description. There is a vulnerability about Temple that called to me. As Temple's odd journey through a dangerous and rugged America plays out, it becomes quickly apparent that zombies are not the most strange, grotesque, or scary thing to be encountered.

THE REAPERS ARE THE ANGELS is much more than zombie fiction. In fact, zombies seem to be the backdrop in a story filled with humanity's ability to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. Each of the secondary characters Temple encounters shows different aspects of survival. Some can find there way in a lost existence while others simply cannot handle the stress of it all. But I think the best thing about the novel is the torn relationship between her and her pursuer. Moses Todd is after Temple with a vengeance. Accidentally wronged or not, Moses is on a mission to end Temple's existence. But the similarity between their personalities is both striking and engaging. Moses is obviously the "bad guy" and yet the rules and morals he lives by mimic Temple's. The dynamic relationship between the two characters is something that drives the novel into a different territory for me as a reader. And with an ending that left me both shocked and satisfied I must recommend you read it on their relationship alone.

Without giving too much of the plot away (because let's face it, you can easily research the many reviews already out and see what the book is about) I ask you to take a chance on this novel. It's got a soulfulness I have yet to encounter in a book. I remember reading the novel and saying to myself that "there's just so much behind these words". I knew I'd have a tough time writing the review. I knew there was no way to accurately get my feelings across. Hopefully my lack of a deserving review for THE REAPERS ARE THE ANGELS will at least get you curious about it. Read it. Tell me how it makes you feel. I bet it will both shock and surprise you.

**Be sure to look out for a giveaway featuring this book coming up soon on P.S. I Love Books**
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