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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Caleb's POV is once again the main focus, but there are the occasional chapters from Clyde and Jade. Death Weeps also picks up a special POV from another of the author's series: Queen Clara from Savage! There is some crossover between these two series now, and I think the author handled it very well. Although I am disappointed that an extremely intense scene has been spoiled for me once I return to the other series. But I am eager to see it from Clara's POV, since I'm sure she has a very different reaction to the events than Caleb did. I don't want to spoil why these series collide, but I will just mention that the paranormal abilities didn't originate how we thought, and there are a few new ones introduced in this book. Clara's world also provides new problems for Caleb and his friends.
Death Weeps is much darker and much more emotional that the previous books. There is so much heartache for Caleb, especially when it comes to Jade. She's been placed in a less than happy foster home, and her foster brother is just another thing Caleb feels he must protect her from. There's also the connection that Jade now shares with Brett after the end of the last book. It's something that Caleb is having trouble dealing with. Jade is also feeling overwhelmed by Caleb's constant need to shield her from everything. She just wants to have a normal life and relationship.
This series just keeps getting better and better. Even though there are some things that I didn't like, I can't help but love these books. Death Weeps may have started off weaker than the other books to me, but it definitely picks up later on. Nothing is what it seems in Kent, and it looks like Caleb is close to bringing out all of the secrets. It's not just his world that's in trouble now, and I cannot wait to see how this all ends.
This series has more twists and turns than you could ever expect. The exploration of everyone's powers always seems to come with a price and Caleb's price is to be on probation now all because he used a zombie (Clyde) to help save Jade's life when her father was trying to kill her. Brett actually killed Jade's father with an illegal weapon and got in no real trouble at all. Pretty much people are scared of Caleb's abilities so if he even thinks about crossing a line they will make him pay big time. Even though Jade's father killed her aunt and beat Jade almost to death Caleb still has to pay the price.
Randi experiences a jump in powers unexpectedly and whole new worlds of trouble open up for the gang. Especially as her mother (the principal) is none too pleased in her abilities or the company she keeps. This is an exciting development for the kids as they have been overly bored due to the enforced Dead free life Caleb's probation has forced on them. School is still school but no new members are added to the group even though the enemy list is growing steadily.
This book made me wonder how far interconnectedness could stretch... I really am excited to read the next book as I am sure it has even more surprises in store than this one did! Unrequited Death (The Death Series) is my next read for sure!
***This series is suitable for very mature young adult through adult readers