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by Susan Kaye Quinn
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Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews
Injoy's Blogs + Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
Delirium, Debt Collector 1 by Susan Kaye Quinn is a captivating short story. Going into debt puts more than your credit rating in risk. I gave it five stars. Lirium is an intriguing character. I want to know more about him. I received a complimentary copy from Amazon. That did not chang...
Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 6 years ago
In the future, any debt that you accumulate is weighed against your years. When they determine that your future productivity is less than what you owe as a debt, a Debt Collector will come to take your remaining life to pay off the debt owed. Lirium is a futuristic grim reaper, but he doesn't enjoy...
ashwednesday
ashwednesday rated it 6 years ago
…they tally it up, and when your debts - medical bills, taxes, that foolish vacation you took in the Bahamas on credit - when all of it is no longer worth your future productive contribution to society, otherwise known as the price of your life on the open market, they call in the debt collectors. A...
Yodamom Finds her Force
Yodamom Finds her Force rated it 6 years ago
The Grim Reaper with benefits. This version of the grim is not a romantic lost soul he is an addict. He gets a charge off every life he ends and it is euphoria for him, not so much for the other guy. He works for controlling people who sell his collections to prominent clients and give him a small t...
Michael Coorlim's Book Blather
Michael Coorlim's Book Blather rated it 6 years ago
Delirium is the first episode in the 9-part first season of Susan Kaye Quinn's Debt-Collector serial. This dark future-noir story chronicles the journey of Lirium, a collector of life energy with a ruthlessly mercenary mindset. Read the review over at Book Nouveau.
MIGHT AS WELL FACE IT, I'M ADDICTED TO BOOKS
I read this book while I waited for my appointment at the doctors office. I really enjoyed it, I can't wait to read the next book in the series.
Such A Novel Idea
Such A Novel Idea rated it 7 years ago
Susan hits it out of the park again! This time, we get to see a gritty, futuristic world in serial form. I am not sure yet how I feel about serials, but if I was going to recommend one, it sure would be this book.If you liked her Mindjacker series or you are a fan of futuristic fiction, this is de...
Bookish Treasures
Bookish Treasures rated it 7 years ago
3.5 starsThis book is very short as it is the first novella in a “serial”. This means it feels like the first few chapters of a book and that is how it is supposed to be. It was definitely a good start to the story and introduced the world and characters well.Due to the length this book was mainly j...
Page Trotters
Page Trotters rated it 7 years ago
from pagetrotter.blogspot.comOh man, I think I found my next addiction. This is some good stuff. The main character Lirium's voice is so strong you are wrapped up in his world from the first sentence. The way the author unveils more of the world slowly, teasingly had me gobbling up this novella in a...
A Bookworm Confessions
A Bookworm Confessions rated it 7 years ago
Delirium is the first "episode" in The Debt Collector serial and you get an introduction to this dark and gritty new world.Now, what's exactly a debt collector?Well, basically, they collect life force and they get a small share for themselves. And they redistribute that life force, to people that ...
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