Being an Angel of Death has to be hard, but Nathaniel Evans handles it famously. Well, that is, until the love of his life, Juliana, is put in danger. Talk about a bad day.
Kessler has a way with letting you creep into her stories, slamming your head with situations that are unexpected, and then, the intensity sets in. If you like to have your heartstrings pulled while being on a rollercoaster of emotions, Kessler’s books are perfect for you.
I think Nathaniel is my favorite character. Complete book boyfriend for sure.
Christoph Fischer has a way with crafting a story that completely pulls you in and The Healer is no exception. Tackling the difficult subject of cancer combined with a plot full of alternative medicine, mystery, and intrigue, Fischer has created a web of a story that leads you down many roads. The last one at the end is a real mind-blower.
The cancer patient, Erica, is, at first, snarky and irritable, but as she goes through her progress in treatment, the real woman comes out and is very likable.
As usual, I am amazed with Fischer's storytelling. Bravo.
Simon Okill has a...what do I want to call it? A way with words doesn't quite cover it. More like the ability to give us a splash of life not often seen. And, his Murder Most Deadly is no exception.
Full of technicolor images filled with gore, violence and comedy, this book is a must read for fans of Dead Alive and other horror comedies.
Simply, I loved the main character, Bianca. She is full of spunk and a bit of whimsy...well, when she's not committing murder that is. And, well, her brand of murder is entertaining to say the least.
I am totally on Team Okill.
I finished reading Dr. Jan Pol's Never Turn Your Back on an Angus Cow last night. If you are a fan of The incredible Dr. Pol on NatGeo Wild, then I highly recommend it.