Death Most Definite
Publish date: August 5th 2010
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
This was fun. There's lots of humor but there's a lot of action and drama too. Things that are really great:Different world from the usual fantasy fare. The only "standard" things in this aren't that common: a being called Death and psychopomps, except these are human. There have been great TV shows...
Steven is a Pomp. He acts as a conduit for the souls of the recently dead to pass on to the underworld. Working for Mortmax industries with his fellow Pomps, they work in the Brisbane subsidiary (with other branches across the world) to ensure the ghosts pass on and the evil Stirrers don’t come back...
This book was a fast paced ride. Steven ,whose a Psychopomp aka a "pomp", someone who's used as a gateway for the dead to get to the underworld, is on the run trying not to die from (almost) the very first page.Why I liked this book:- It was told from a male POV. (which I've really enjoyed in a lot ...
I have to say off the bat what a breath of fresh air this book is. It hooked me from the very beginning, engaging me right away with our charming, geeky, slacker hero, Steven the Psychopomp. If you're not familiar with the concept of the pomp, he is a person who helps ferry the souls of the dead to...
I tried to read this novel a couple of times and ended up putting it to the side. There's a reason for that and it followed me until the end of the last page where they joked of baldness. I'm not trying to knock the writer. The reading was just so "boringly blah" and so was Steven, who seriously nee...