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Death Most Definite by Trent Jamieson
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Dec 19, 10

bookshelves: reviewed, story-driven, urban
Read on December 15, 2010

After reading a lot of urban fantasy you start thinking that there're so much plots you can end up with. But you get surprised sometimes and this book has done it for me. The premise is simple enough, when people die, their souls linger around until a necromancer helps them pass over.

While the first half is a bit slow to get going it really fleshes out characters and I didn't expect the ending of the first book to be quite so epic. From dating a dead girl to becoming the next D - it has all.

The personification of Death has been covered in a couple of books and when it's done skilfully the result is definitely worth it. Looking forward to the next book.


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