- File Size: 317 KB
- Print Length: 262 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 4, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07JRDP428
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,954 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dead Man Walking (Cold Case Psychic Book 9) Kindle Edition
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I got hooked immediately into this story and i could not put it down. i was glued to my kindle way too late. I so enjoyed this story!
i highly recommend Dead Man Walking which is the latest book of the Cold Case Psychic Series.
Love this series and looking forward to the next one!
This is a great book in the series. All the books and spin offs of this series is so good. Can’t wait for the next one!
Oh and Jude’s book is coming soon!
In Dead of Night I had a very difficult time with Tennyson's attitude toward Ronan regarding their future. While we did get a bit of clarification there for his reasoning it still doesn't excuse the fact that he almost sacrificed his present in favor of the future...except to have what he knew would come to them, he needed Ronan. His "can't see the forest for the trees" mentality isn't exactly fixed, though he does show his fierce loyalty to his husband when it counts here in Dead Man Walking. Him telling someone off after being threatened was stunning as well as moving. So while I don't think he's found balance and harmony in his emotional outbursts and ups and downs, I do think he's making progress and getting to a better place within himself.
Ronan continues to surprise me with his goodness and his heart as well as his increasingly level head. While he still reacts in typical Ronan fashion at times, it's not nearly as volcanic and irrational as it was when we first met him. He's much more in touch with rationality and his feelings than ever before and it allows him to deepen friendships, see reason, and to express himself.
The drama is big and the confrontation is just as tense as we've come to expect from this series. Though I will say the position Tennyson, Carlie, and everyone else is put in is unreasonable and a bit disappointing. I think that playing on threads of mistrust, self-doubt, and secrecy is an unfortunate way to move things along to the next big dramatic events of the series. Adding that to the implication that these men are nothing more than adolescents carried away by their emotions and reactions rather than the maturity and life experience they've forged under incredible circumstances while surrounded by supportive, loving friends and family is disappointing to say the least. There has to be a better way for the series to continue! I mean, it's not out of the realm of possibility that Ronan could accept the choices made simply because he has made similar decisions and concessions in his profession; that beyond the initial surprise and justified hurt that he could accept and forgive. Let's hope it's maturity, compassion, forgiveness, and understanding that reigns in Dead to the World.
So overall, the story was big and dramatic and pretty well done in terms of keeping the story's events cohesive and relevant to their individual situations and in relation to past events. The relationship's dynamics between Tennyson and Ronan are getting back on track but still have a bit farther to go before I can trust that they're truly invested, that I won't worry about the external threats because they've both found balance on their own and harmony and unity together. Moving forward from here I have my doubts about the creativity and intent in regards to what elements are being chosen to move the series along, but I haven't lost faith that we'll get something good, whatever the outcome. I'm definitely excited for the next spin-off series focusing on Jude and Copeland in The Haunted Souls series. So yeah, I liked the book but am not in love and am holding out hope for a better turn of events in Dead to the World.
♡🌟(¸.•♥'🌟Riveting! Praise worthy! Spellbinding!
All those words describes Dead Man Walking and my emotions as I close this chapter of the Cold Case Psychic. I don't know how she does it, but I want Pandora Pine to continue this series until Ten and Ro are old and gray.
I dug into this story like a ravaged dog with a bone. I didn't want to put it down. I went in with ideas of what the book entailed and came out on the other side stunned and bewildered. As this series moves further, Ms. Pine has once again used her wiles to draw the readers in, giving us a taste, but never to much, all at once.
I was very much looking forward to this story because as Ronan always said, Tony was the brother he never had. The one person he had at his side through thick and thin. Then to lose the man was like a part of him had been torn out and demolished when Tony exorcised himself out of Ronan's life with ne'er a thought. I am going to take the time to breath after this full circle book. I may say it after ever "the end", but this one was soooo good. It answered quite a bit of questions and if you are new to this world and started at this book, why not check out Dead Weight to fully understand what lead up to this point.
Whatever you do, try not to trip as you one-click this fantastic book that was able to close a chapter that had yet to be written.
I voluntarily and honestly reviewed this book without bias or persuasion from the author.