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Stalked by Death (Touch of Death) Kindle Edition
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Jodi really progressed through this book. She start out being overly worked and kept trying to do everything on her own. But because of that and other circumstances she ended up putting herself and everyone else in a lot of danger.
Alex was a total jerk through the entire book. I feel like his jealousy and over protectiveness kind of pushed Jodi towards Chase. I do admit he truly had something to worry about but there was still better ways to handle everything.
I didn't like Chase from the beginning. He seemed like a womanizer and shouldn't have been trying to get with Jodi. The fact that Chase was trying to get in-between Jodi and Alex just proved what kind of guy he was.
Leticia needed to grow a pair. She is an OPHI for god sake and she was acting like a 5 year old who dropped her ice cream at the park. I honest feel like she was worse than Abby. Very cry babyish and very immature. She asked impossible things of Jodi and refused to accept things at face value.
The entire plot-line was done very well. The fact that Jodi could accidently raise the dead was a great angle and it had me guessing what was going to happen a lot.
The one thing that I keep wondering is, if they know they are deadly to humans, why do they put humans at risk by living around them. I am sure they could all live fine on their own. I think it has something to do with the thrill of being around the humans. They could kill them so easily.
The ending is definitely a cliffhanger. I am going to start the next book ASAP. That ending just can't happen. I am pretty sure Hades is happy now. I wonder how Jodi will get the Ophi out of this mess. I feel so terrible for the people who read these books before the last book was out.
Overall, I gave the book 4.5/5 stars.
I really enjoyed the first book but after the ending I was really curious and maybe even a little nervous about where the story would go from there. I really shouldn't have been worried because Hashway took this series, the mythology, the story line and the characters to a whole new level. This definitely didn't suffer from the dreaded middle book syndrome so many series are prone to, in fact it made me love this series that much more. There was a lot more depth to Jodi and Alex, not only in their relationship with one another but with their characters as a whole as well. Things don't come as easy to Jodi as they did in the first book and she really struggles with her powers. She is trying to understand them, learn how to use them as well as train the other Ophi and hopefully avoid an all out war with the Hades all while still being a girl and trying to form friendships with the other Ophi and earn their trust and respect.
I wouldn't say Jodi comes into her own in this as much as I would say that she learns from her mistakes and is constantly growing from them. She is learning who she can trust and that it is okay to ask for help when it is needed.
I loved where Hashway carried the story line and my only real complaint is that I didn't get more of the story and that this felt like it went way too fast. It will be very interesting to see where Hashway takes this series in the next book considering how all that happened and where she ended up but, I am convinced if anyone can pull it off, it is Hashway and I look forward to reading it.
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