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Our father had deep pockets and a wide reach. Of course there’s plenty of mystery around him, not to mention some of the things discovered by the end of the book. View all 26 comments. It was obvious things were going to roll back to her family after the discovery of the with book but we had to wait for her to figure out the view spoiler [genetic not generic, silly girl hide spoiler ] connection.
Grave Witch (Alex Craft, #1) by Kalayna Price
She’s also not the sharpest knife in the drawer and she’s a doormat. Isn’t today your lucky day?!
The Curse of Tenth Grave. Second, the main character is NOT really mouthy and wounded, she has a relatable POV without being boring, which is super hard to do, she has functional friend relationships The police hire Alex to consult on a particularly strange investigation in the grace preserve south of Nekros City. Well, best get this part over quickly.
This I found very funny in grace ironical sort of way, as Alex visits a ball held by said society, many of the members wear charms and such to enhance their looks from bigger boobs to better skin. For instance, Alex Craft taps some reservoir of power in a ring she uses; a ring that needs to be recharged and did I miss that? The book centers on Alex solving the mystery.
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Even Death the one unique element and his feelings for Alex are just tossed out there without much effort put into the backstory. Seventy years ago, the Fae finally told the world they were there, and the world unfolded.
Witcb wonder where the author’s going with it. Grzve him loomed Death. I returned the rude gesture, and his mouth fell open. Alex Craft is a grave witch. At least one reputable blogger claims to have read the forthcoming and looooong awaited fourth installment of this series, so I’ma go ahead and get my reread on.
Her stories contain not only the mystical elements of fantasy, but also a dash of romance, a bit of gritty horror, some humor, and a large serving of mystery. Stays true to it’s tone, with a heroine that does not indulge overmuch in witty banter at the expense of mood development. I liked how in this world their is a price to having magic. When asked to raise the Shade of a murder victim, Alex quickly agrees, since it seems like a simple case.
I like the relationship between Alex and Death.
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I love the idea of the Faye letting their presence be known because they needed humans to believe in them again. Gravr 06, Catherine rated it really liked it Recommended to Catherine by: Felicia made me do it.
When she’s raising a “shade” involved in a high-profile murder, it attacks her, and then someone makes an attempt on her life.
Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. And flat characters yes, we’re in Barnacle Land again: Pricee series has been added to my auto buy list.
Am I being too harsh? Holly Cow, Grave Witch was more then I expected it to be.
Instead the reader learns about Alex and her past as the story goes along. I dragged it, duckwalking, around the two gurneys. Maybe it has a significance later in the series, but especially the end when Falin, Alex, and Death are interacting during the last couple chapters, the scenario doesn’t quite ring true.
I let out a breath to purge the rant from my tongue and pasted on my professional smile. Amal I am glad I read this before I started the series because I have been eyeing the series forever and couldn’t make a decision. The relationships Alex has with Death and Falin makes me wonder if their might be a love triangle looming in the future. She thrives to make her readers feel an unprecedented abundance of wonderful, positive emotions such as: I really didn’t want to start so soon DNFinishing books, but I’m really not into anything in this story, and if I keep this up, it will be all over again; with me wasting time on books I’m not enjoying.
The world kind of reminds me of a simpler version of the Dante Valentine series [which I had to quit a few books in because of horrible love interests] and her kaayna relationship with Death is a bit like the Niki Slobodian series [which took awhile to warm up but I absolutely loved by the end, so I’m hoping it takes more after that kalsyna as I continue it].