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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Drake has been charged with watching over Kate for centuries, ensuring her soul returns to hell where it belongs. The guardians think him to be protecting her, but secretly he guides her towards evil, and this time should be no different, except for it is her last chance for salvation. If Kate takes another life she is doomed forever. He watches eagerly, but something about this incarnation is different, something about Kate calls to him like never before. Soon Drake himself wonders if he should believe the ancient prophecy, should he be seeking to save rather than condemn?
Written in alternating perspective from Kate and Drake's view Save her Soul is an immersive read filled with Kate's raw emotions as she seeks revenge. I enjoyed the flowing writing style of Amanda Evans' work and found it difficult to put down, I always wanted to read that extra page, which soon became an extra chapter. It is a simple story of love and revenge filled with the complexities of human emotion. I've read work by this author before, and this book did not disappoint.
I loved how the book started out, immediately gluing me to the page with Kate visiting her sister's grave. It's not a routine visit, but disrupted by a mysterious dark character. It introduces the core of Kate's motivations and darkness in a proactive way. The whole scene is described in a way that I can visualize myself there, and is also something I could totally see as a TV show. The rest of the book followed suit. It's an engaging story, both in the storytelling and content.
You've been warned.