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by Lia Habel
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Lizzie the Sarcastic Blonde
Lizzie the Sarcastic Blonde rated it 7 years ago
I absolutely LOVED this book!!!!! (I didn't know Kristen Stewart could show emotion!!) I just loved this book SOOOOOOO much and I can just go on and on about how Ms. Habel is an amazing author. At the end of the first book, it seems like everything ends well and is OK, but it's NOT!! A ...
Jennavier
Jennavier rated it 8 years ago
Wow, that went south in a hurry. There are some books that should never be sequels, and this one is a good example. The plot is basically "Dearly, Departed goes on". There is no significant movement. Several more viewpoint characters are added and while they do have some good points, most of them so...
Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 8 years ago
Blue Ribbon Rating: 3 out of 5Original Review LinkEver since the news that zombies exist was revealed, the people of New Victoria have been divided on whether or not the undead should be allowed to live. Nora Dearly falls into the zombie supporter camp — which wouldn’t be a surprise even if the lov...
shrimalya
shrimalya rated it 8 years ago
I love Bram and Nora.They are one of the best couples I have ever read about.Unlike other books the author did not introduce any relationship problems in this sequel.I feel somewhat sorry for Michael and Vesperentine.
No Bent Spines
No Bent Spines rated it 8 years ago
Zombies in a modern Renaissance Era? Yes, please! I had amazingly high hopes for this book since the first one exceeded what I thought it would be. Sadly, this book did not meet them. I thought the book was told from way too many perspectives. I would have liked to have just Bram and Nora's perspect...
MartinaBookaholic
MartinaBookaholic rated it 9 years ago
Deutsche Rezension: Ich habe wirklich versucht dieses Buch zu mögen, mehr als Band eins, bei dem ich auch schon meine Probleme hatte, aber wieder hat es nicht funktioniert. Müsste ich es in zwei Wörter fassen, kann ich nur sagen ‚zu lange‘ oder ‚langweilig‘. Ehrlich, man braucht sich doch nur die In...
Books and Things
Books and Things rated it 9 years ago
The zombie love story continues in this second book of this series. The world has taken on a adjustment phase in where there are people trying to cope with what happened and those that want to change it back by any means necessary. Within this there is different factions of the living and the dead t...
A Glo-Worm Reads
A Glo-Worm Reads rated it 9 years ago
I enjoyed Dearly, Beloved a bit more than Dearly, Departed. I will admit that I'm still grossed out by Nora and Bram's relationship. I can't get past the fact that he is slowly rotting. That being said, I do enjoy both of their characters. I am really enjoying Lia Habel's writing style, even though ...
The Reading Geek
The Reading Geek rated it 9 years ago
I loved Dearly, Beloved and thought it was an excellent sequel to one of my favorite series. I really loved the first book in this series so I had high expectations going into this book. What I love so much about this series is the world that Habel creates. The zombies who are still capable of contr...
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 9 years ago
*Genre* Dystopian/Steampunk*Rating* 2.5-3.0*Full review shortly*Probably would have liked this story much much more had there not been 6 seperate POV's. Some of the points of view were unnecessary in my humble opinion. It's a good thing that Bram is one of the main character, otherwise, I would drop...
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