Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Book of Souls by Nadine Nightingale


They call me Angel of Death, but my name is Nisha Blake. I am Shepherdstown’s living urban legend. My life, a tale of the macabre. 

People avoid me like the plague. Well, everyone but my friends. They don’t see the Angel of Death when they look at me. They see poor, broken Nisha—the bully victim, suffering from vicious night terrors and vivid hallucinations. 

Things take a turn for the worse when Blaze shows up. He’s a too hot, tattooed, bad-ass MMA fighter from London, hell-bent on getting to know me. Since he walked into my miserable life, my hallucinations graduated to a point where I can no longer differentiate between fiction and reality. 

I am insane. 
Broken beyond repair. 
Or so I think until—

I uncover a secret form the past—a link between all the deaths, my hallucinations, and my night terrors. It’s then I understand I’m not the Angel of Death. 

I am something else. 
Someone else.

Review: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
I loved this book. I have never read anything about Egyptian gods and goddesses being reincarnated. I loved how the author went into detail to describe the relationships between the characters. Also, this book read like it was written by a teen. Not very many authors can write in the first person and actually capture the essence of a teen. The things the girl and her friends talked about and did are things that my teen could relate to.examples would be Harry Potter references, Facebook, game of thrones and things like that. Then there is the ending. Talk about one of the best cliffhanger ending ever. It left me feeling satisfied but I have to know what happens next! I already can't wait for book 2.

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