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Lazarus by Lori Titus
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Oct 28, 2010

really liked it
Read from November 02 to 26, 2010

I have to say, given that Lori is a first time out writer in a genre not typically tackled, I was skeptical and a little hesitant to read Lazarus. I'll admit to a real fear of the walking, rotting undead (not so much the sparkly, gothic drama-queen undead) and was wondering if the the mental imagery was going to be too much for me. Lazarus, however, did not disappoint.

Fast-paced, clever and articulate, the story flowed, and I was surprised that, after only a small chunk of pages in, I already had a vested interest in both the hero and the heroine. Given that the storyline had several plausible directions it could have taken, I was pleasantly taken on a trip to a woman finding 'home' in the most unlikely of places, and a man finding redemption in her generosity. Hardly a typical story, it was easy to visualize but not dogged, and there were enough twists and turns to keep me hoping that there will be a sequel!

Highly recommended, and I hope to see more from this obviously talented author.
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