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The Death Messenger

3.71  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  7 reviews
“A message is delivered, his friend is dead, and both are connected.”

Westcliffe Patel in his early thirties, living alone with a decent job in a small town. When he has just had a glimpse of joy, he has a car accident. And thereafter, a whisper of sinister voice haunted him—telling him a message. Assuming it is just an illusion or maybe after effect from the accident, he
Kindle Edition, 225 pages
Published July 11th 2018
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Valicity Garris
The Death Messenger is a combination of genres; supernatural, thriller, horror, mystery, and a bit of fantasy. Each element in the story helps bring the plot together and adds an extra layer of excitement. There’s a darkness to this book that I thought was the most attractive part of the story; hearing whispers of when death would come and claim the lives of the people around you can make for quite an adventure, am I right?

That’s exactly what happens to our protagonist, Westcliffe Patel, after
Amy Shannon
Feb 17, 2019 rated it liked it
Interesting Premise

Taba's The Death Messenger is written pretty well. I enjoyed the premise of the story, basically what Patel thinks is an imaginary demon gives him messages about impending deaths. So, it's now a journey of getting rid of what's in his head, and stop more victims. The story needed a little more depth and maybe show a little more about what Patel was like prior to his "accident" and now hearing the demon's voice, and show a little more character growth. The plot was pretty solid
Dec 01, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: e-book
I feel this book had a good storyline but it was a bit jumpy. With a little editing it would be a good read. Westcliffe gets a major migraine that actually causes him to have an automobile accident, from then on he hears whispers of when people are going to die. At first he think he’s going nuts, until Gordon, his childhood friend dies, just as this whisper had said. Mary and Benson are working together to connect the dots about these mysterious deaths, all occurring at 21:00 but various days, a ...more
Nov 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
Jul 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Although he is a new author, this was a great book to read. Suspenseful and always surprised me. The beginning of the book was a little depressing as to what was going on with the main character and I enjoyed reading how they defeated the devil. This was the first book for the series but I'm can't wait to download his next book to my Kindle, it was just that good!
Lee Goon
Jul 30, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It was a very interesting book, splendidly written. I was drawn into the story and I always can't predict what would happen next when I was reading it. Too sad Mary passed away. Can't wait for the next book. The Death Messenger
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Oct 11, 2018
He is a commoner who sits in front of his laptop to earn a living for years before found himself that he needs to give something back to the society and to encourage the others through writing. When reality doesn't meet the desired outcome, one could develop many negative traits over the time. This has been happening to all of us, but without the proper support and guidance, it could have become o ...more