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Death Most Definite by Trent Jamieson
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bookshelves: australian-author, urban-fantasy

Steven is a Pomp, who deals with the souls of the dead. And one day, he gets shot at, a dead girl warns him to run - and his day gets progressively worse from there.

This novel has a really big scope - Steven is fighting for his life, suffering great losses, and falls in love at the same time. The love story wasn't my favourite part, and at times it felt a little rushed. However I really liked this epic mythic story, and some parts of it were just incredibly devastating. And I particularly liked the really strong Brisbane settings - the whole story begins in the Wintergarden food court! Fantastic.
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