Most of Zoë's friends are dead, but she doesn't mind because they died long before she met them. Then one Tuesday night an angel takes her salsa dancing and turns her world upside down. Grim reality closes in when she discovers a body in her company's boiler room and Higher Angels accuse her... show more
Most of Zoë's friends are dead, but she doesn't mind because they died long before she met them. Then one Tuesday night an angel takes her salsa dancing and turns her world upside down.
Grim reality closes in when she discovers a body in her company's boiler room and Higher Angels accuse her best ghost friend of murder. Knowing she's the only one who can stand against them, Zoë resorts to lying, stealing and summoning, all while trying to determine if what she's feeling is real. In the end, getting blood on her hands forces Zoë to question herself, and her angel to question her.
Publish date: 31-8-2011
Publisher: Trindlemoss Publishing
Pages no: 311
Edition language: English
it was pretty good. 3.4 stars. It has come character inconsistencies that rattled a bit but the story was interesting and fresh. The major problem for me was how the main character switched from her "i can't even_____" to "oh well" in seconds. The ending left me wanting more but not right away. I wo...
Angels in this book are different from other books I've read with angels in them (not that I've read many, but still). Having a human with some supernatural abilities in a PNR isn't really new, but I've never seen what Zoe is (she calls herself a medium at the start of the book but we find out she's...
Free on Amazon 03/28/2012.
This quick, fun read combines angels and a girl who can see the dead in an inventive and enjoyable supernatural thriller/romance. I was a little hesitant about how both twists would be handled but Drummond manages it beautifully, creating a cute romance and a nice mystery and some fantastic characte...
This was a very well written début novel by India Drummond and it was a pure delight to read. Ms Drummond has a way of making mundane sentences sound beautiful and puts a new spin on the phrase "I see dead people"! This novel has some fascinating mythological dynamics that pull you in from the get g...