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The Quietus Breaker: Brother Death

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Joanna Collins is ready to clock out of her abysmal night shift at a rundown retail store in Colorado, however she instead checks her life out by the hands of a cloaked stranger. After a vivid reawakening, Joanna finds herself in a dark grove and learns about a business conglomerate referred to as the Necropolis Corporation. A crisis has occurred at the front doorsteps of ...more
Kindle Edition, 452 pages
Published April 9th 2019
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Apr 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy, humor, new-adult
Full honesty here folks, I know the author. Still, I plan on giving an unbiased review.

This book is 4.5 to 5 out of five stars for me. I keep flip floppin on the rating so we'll just keep it at five as goodreads still doesn't do half stars. Despite my constant suggesting.

Anyway, the plot of the book is very good. It's something interesting we don't see a lot of in fantasy books. It's also filled with so much humor, but I will say that humor won't be for everyone. I honestly say try the first c
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