- File Size: 1237 KB
- Print Length: 264 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1980236801
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: ABAM.info (May 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072LCFGYL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,351,925 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Roving Death (The Freelancers Book 2) Kindle Edition
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But the results is that "Wow Feeling" almost like a "bookish" vertigo..
As a reader I don't get the mundane feel that is equivalent to being a bystander, a spectator on the sideline.
Somehow while vielding his pen, writing yet another tantalizing tale he has managed to get me (The reader) to feel im fully participating, in every sense of the way, ranging from (but not limited to) goose bumps in anticipation, giggling at the "insider jokes" being told, all the way over to huffin and puffin (exasperation) and even as far as to getting the hair on end when its intense. Engaging me the reader so that in the mind I'm doing exactly what the well defined characters do..
That is a highly remarkable talent. This is for me a clearly defining quality why I absolutly am hooked on his books. I need my thill-rides, and that comes from the heart. I am usually not that hot on Thillers and Horror books. Its said as we age we learn so, I learned something new about my self...so I'll redefine my self now as to being a highly selective admirer and avid reader of specific creations within these genres.
In my humble opinion the books in this series is beyong awesome, and definitely qualifies as top of the line reads.
A notation: when reading soomething that is outside of the genres that you usually read, writing a review can be done in two ways,, 1. Descriptive of content. Or 2. How that book effected you, how you perceive it. Obviously i chose number two, since the editorial description is flawless and pointless to repeat. But how a book effects a person is unique, and says a whole lot more about what lays inside!
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this book to anyone (except my mom, she extemly sensitive and might get a heart attack then 😉,or the very least refuse to open any doors [Almost a spoiler 😬😬])
So scroll up click buy, and dive in, I hope you get as good kick out of this as I did.
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Death comes for us all, but it rarely knocks first...An unexpected dinner guest seems the most innocuous of occurrences – however this guest heralds something dark and powerful that is spreading across London. When the case is dropped in their lap, Ana wants in. But the job has baggage in the form of Rafe's old partner, a man he doesn't want a damn thing to do with, who cost him his magic, and ruined his life. Realising how desperate the situation is, Rafe begrudgingly teams up with his old friend, and the three of them set to put an end to the plague that's stalking the city... But death is the only way to defeat death – and Ana never signed up for murder. Turning her back on Rafe, Ana is introduced to another side of the magical world. And as the spectre of devastation looms over London, she'll have to decide whether she truly wants to be a freelancer after all...
Everything was great with this read. From characters to the twisted plot of this story. And the flow and pace was great and up beat and pulled you right until very last page.
I received a copy for an honest opinion