Duty or love? There can be only one. For Abigail Bishop, life has reached its final low, and seventeen doesn't seem such a bad age to die. For Basil Hines, perfection is the key to earning his parents' love, especially his mother. He never suspected sharing this thought with a friend would... show more
Duty or love? There can be only one. For Abigail Bishop, life has reached its final low, and seventeen doesn't seem such a bad age to die. For Basil Hines, perfection is the key to earning his parents' love, especially his mother. He never suspected sharing this thought with a friend would bring hellish results. Abigail's rash decision, and failure to take her own life, leads her to V'Salicus Academy, a place to start anew, become a Cleanser, a guide to show lost souls the way to The Gates for Judgment. Basil ends up duty bound to hell, his soul gambled and lost to the Devourer, all for the price of a few words. As the devil's newest Harvestor, Basil must steal lost souls to feed his new master's constant craving. In their new roles in life, love is forbidden, but when their paths cross, true love is what Abigail and Basil finally discover in each other. Can they hold tight to their love, or will duty trump all, leaving them both to a fate of Neverlove?
Publish date: October 8th 2012
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
Series: Shadow Jumpers (#1)
What is stronger in the book: plot or character development? For me, it was character development. The author took a lot of time in dissecting Abigail for the readers and by the end of the story this is the biggest part of the story that readers take away with them.What I liked. The writing style. F...
What did you think of the style of the writer? Unique. She's taken everyday concepts and combined them into a captivating, intriguing read that I will definitely recommend to other readers who enjoy a tinge of paranormal.Was the story credible? It most certainly was. You have Abigail and Basil, two ...
What are your concerns about this book? It's not actually a 'concern' but it was strange to see how well-detailed the author described hell. It's definitely one place I don't want to be seeing anytime soon and I wonder what her motivations were in providing these descriptions to her audience?How did...