Early to Death, Early to Rise
Madison Avery is seventeen, dead, and in charge of heaven's dark angels-all itching to kill someone. Having discovered she is really the Dark Timekeeper who's fated to rule over Dark Reapers (the ones who kill humans that are fated to turn bad), Madison swears she doesn't believe in fate and... show more
Madison Avery is seventeen, dead, and in charge of heaven's dark angels-all itching to kill someone.
Having discovered she is really the Dark Timekeeper who's fated to rule over Dark Reapers (the ones who kill humans that are fated to turn bad), Madison swears she doesn't believe in fate and decides it's time for a change in the system.
Along with some unlikely allies, she forms a rogue group of reapers who definitely don't adhere to the rules of the Heavens-and don't know quite what they're doing, either. But as she grapples with the terrifying new skills that come with being a timekeeper, Madison realizes she may not be prepared for what lies ahead-unless she gets some seriously divine intervention.
Publish date: 2010-05-25
Pages no: 228
Edition language: English
Series: Madison Avery Trilogy (#2)
This was a great follow on to the first and started more or less were the first finished.Madison is still dead and a dark time keeper who is trying to stop the early killing of people and the person she tries to save turns out to be so nasty she starts to question her self.Niketa was annoying and I ...
As the sequel to a book I enjoyed I was predisposed to like Early to Death. It had the same cute tone and it boosted it's likeability by having characters besides Madison that Harrison delves into. It's really short so the ending runs into you like a telephone pole you didn't see coming.
This my second attempt with this series I really liked the idea and I’m a fan of writer Harrison’s adult series but I just couldn’t get into ETDETR. Which is a shame because I really, really wanted to like this series. Reading the synopsis it pumps you and you can’t wait to read what happens. The p...
Kim Harrison returns to the young adult genre with the second entry into her Madison Avery series. Even better than the first, Early to Death, Early to Rise grows the luscious and exciting world Harrison created and builds more wonderful characters that readers love to cheer for.Madison is officiall...
I was quite reluctant to pick up the second part in the Madison Avery series after the not-so-great first part, Once Dead, Twice Shy. Luckily, we do see some improvement.In this book Madison is the dark timekeeper, and she is struggling with her new position. She does not believe in fate, but in cho...