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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Book Review: A Reaper Made by Liz Long

A Reaper Made by Liz Long
Genre: Young Adult (Paranormal)
Date Published: October 30, 2014
Publisher: Self

Grace had finally gotten used to her new afterlife as a “Made” – a Reaper who used to be human. When Made Reapers and souls begin disappearing, however, Grace and her mentor Tully suspect demons. Grace’s worst fears are confirmed when her living family is threatened. 

She’ll have to break every rule in the Reaper book to save them, including using a little magic to become temporarily human. With the help of Tully and her witchy friend Tessa, Grace goes undercover to save the fates of kidnapped souls – only to discover that demons aren’t working alone. Betrayal and distrust runs deep and Grace discovers that sometimes even Reapers are prone to humanity.

A Reaper Made by Liz Long has a lot to offer the reader. There were reapers, of course, and angels, demons, and witches. Plus you had a lot of supernatural action with a touch of romance. Grace was a wonderful character whose life was cut short. As a reaper, her existence seems bittersweet to me. She gets to help people everyday,  and that is something she loves, but she'll never get to live her life for herself. I grew very attached to her. I'm not sure if this is will turn into a series, but there are some definite possibilities for more. Although the story didn't leave any unfinished business per say, Grace definitely has more stories to tell.

A Reaper Made by Liz Long was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.

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Liz Long has been writing stories since she could spell the word "unicorn" (second grade). She fears a zombie apocalypse, though admits it would give her good reason to stay inside and write more. She is a proud graduate of Longwood University with a degree in English. Gifted is her debut title, the first in the Donovan Circus series. She lives in Roanoke, VA with her husband Jason and their Jack Russell terror, Fisher.

To learn more about Liz Long and her books, visit her website.You can also find her on GoodreadsFacebook and Twitter.

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