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Don't Kill The Messenger (A Messenger Novel) - Community Reviews back

by Eileen Rendahl
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Books Less Travelled
Books Less Travelled rated it 7 years ago
I loved this book! Melina was great and the book had a great plot. I enjoyed the surprises, and the twists along the way, along with the humor between the characters. I loved how the characters were introduced, and how they changed and developed along the way. Plus when you mix Martial Arts with a k...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 8 years ago
As a paranormal messenger Melina Markowitz doesn't get paid. Nope it's some kind of destiny thing (dying at age three and being resuscitated will do that to a gal) so she works two dead-end jobs to make ends meet - mainly as a file clerk in the hospital but also as a karate instructor at her friend...
Lillie Loves to Read
Lillie Loves to Read rated it 9 years ago
Had fun reading this one. It's not a heavy drama filled urban fantasy just perfect for the mood I've been in.
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 9 years ago
*Rating* 3.0*Genre* Urbany Fantasy*Review coming*NOTE to self: Stop re-reading books, or at least make yourself a list of those authors and books that you've read over the last 2 years!
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 10 years ago
This book had a slow start for me and it took a long time to get into the story. Closer to a 2 for me, but giving an extra star for originality. I probably won't be reading book #2.
TezMillerOz
TezMillerOz rated it 10 years ago
I'm used to publishers mismarketing paranormal romance as urban fantasy, but it's nonetheless annoying every time it happens. Don't Kill the Messenger is the rare opposite: urban fantasy mismarketed as paranormal romance. An author blurb emblazoned on the cover speaks of "an edgy, kick-ass protagoni...
Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker
Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker rated it 11 years ago
Melina Markowitz is a messenger. She didn't plan on being a messenger and she isn't always happy to make her "deliveries". Neverthless, she does her job when she is forced to. Who she is a messenger to is more interesting than the fact that she is a messenger. She delivers packages, notes and other ...
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