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The series was originally called a "cross-over" series by the author and publisher because the first two books are set in the halls of high school (typically YA) while Not Even Death follows Oscar and Ellie into adulthood (jobs, family, home-ownership). This series is truly and excellent example of the New Adult category. It's a bit too graphic for teens, but definitely appealing for ages 17 and up. As a mom, I would feel comfortable letting a fifteen-year-old read the first book, but not this latest novel. The subject matter is mature and some situations might not be appropriate for kids under seventeen.
I loved Not Even Death. I'm a huge fan of Michel Prince, so I expected the book to be good--but not this good! The story moves back and forth in time, gradually filling in details of the past few years and giving us glimpses of Oscar and Ellie's maturing, evolving relationship. In present time, they're married with an adorable little boy. Ellie's paranormal gifts enable to her to occasionally identify low-level demons. She uses her skills to help others, though this worries Oscar. He isn't entirely certain they're free of Gaap's evil hold--and he's right. Gaap uses Ellie's love for her husband and child to deal her the ultimate blow. Ellie stumbles through parts of the book in a haze of grief and pain. Dr. Luke Page has been sent to check on her and take care of her, but does he really have Ellie's best interests at heart?
I cried through parts of this book and simmered with rage in others. There were tender, yet passionate sex scenes between Ellie and Oscar. Jealousy, humor, power struggles, joy--a picture of a new, but fulfilling marriage. Deception, cruelty, betrayal, hopelessness--clear indications of demon involvement. Like I said, this book surprised me. There was so much that happened that was completely unexpected. Nothing predictable about this book at all.
(Note: the publisher provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review)
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