This was an interesting story. However I’m lost as to what the prologue had to do with the story. It didn’t seem to have a place and I kept looking for the connection. It didn’t make sense to me to have it there. I feel like the author could’ve slowed down on the story a bit and expanded on a few of the chapters to give this story a more complete feel to it. The story ended rather abruptly. I’m confused and not really sure what happened.
As far as the story itself, it’s pretty good. Really fast paced and very short. The concept of the Grim Reaper has always been a fascinating one to me. I don’t often get the chance to read books that portray this “character” in different lights and really enjoy the way the author brought this one across. I love how the main character, Sebastian, goes through some normal teenager things like school, friendships, love, and loss. Quite a nice twist with the elements of mythology and good vs. evil. Overall a very nice, quick read.
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