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review 2014-09-21 00:00
Soul-Eater Death-Dealer
Soul-Eater Death-Dealer - Nynxlynx An excellent original fanfic from Nynxlynx. Dean, in mourning after Sam's death, is drawn into a parallel universe where an alternate darker Sam is trying to release his Dean from hell. Well-written apart from a few typos.

Sam’s untouchable, a fortress. When he speaks, his voice echoes the coldness inside him. “Do you want to be a substitute, Dean? Is that it?” Dean’s chest hollows out, his arms, his legs, everything, as Sam’s words freeze him solid. “You’re not him. You never could be.”
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review 2013-08-06 00:00
Death Dealer - Ashley Robertson *I received this book from the Author via Lady Amber’s Tours in exchange for an honest review*

This is a novella, about paranormal beings known as Death Dealers, which for every sense of the word are death. A sect of beings who traded their mortal lives for personal reasons who now all serve under a boss who sends them to collect the souls of the dead and dying.
This book centers mainly around Mia with some additional centering around her partner Deacon.
I found the story an interesting one though found it far too short. It really left me wanting. I’m hoping the second book will fill in some of the blanks that this one failed to.
Don’t get me wrong, the story was well thought out, though the ending felt forced and hurried. I think perhaps the author should put a little more effort into the ending of this piece and others in this particular series.
I found a couple of errors but nothing drastic, the only problem I really had with the story was how it seemed the author was in a rush to complete it.
I liked the story itself, and will read the next in the series as well as other books the author has written, but I would consider maybe looking over the book and seeing if there is a way to complete the ending without it having that hurried, forced feeling.
In all honesty if the ending of this book didn’t seem to be rushed or forced, I would have given it a higher rating.
I give this book 3 of 5

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review 2013-07-25 00:00
Death Dealer
Death Dealer - Ashley Robertson
The Death Dealer by Ashley Robertson

4 Stars

To avenge the murder of her parents, Mia signed her life away and became a ‘Death Dealer’, a guide of sorts to aid souls into the afterlife. Not as simple as it sounds, the job could, and quite often did become dangerous. When she finally thought justice would be served and she’d received the file to collect Claytons soul (her parents killer), she was devastated to discover not only had he got away with the murder in life, but since he’d recently repented he would also be free in death.

The Death Dealer, a novella and book 1 in ‘A Death Angel’ series, is a well written quick read covering a variety of emotions from sadness when she has to collect her Grandma’s soul, an adrenalin rush when her own life is in danger to anticipation when Deacon and Mia’s feelings for each other surface and we watch their love grow.

This instalment lays the background, giving us the reasons behind Deacon and Mia’s similar reasons for choosing this life and an insight into how everything works. I can see it being quite an interesting series.

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review 2013-07-24 00:00
Death Dealer - Ashley Robertson ReviewMia Baron's job is to takes souls to the light gates or to the hell gates, Mia's choice of becoming a death dealer with one goal in mind . . . extracting the man that killed her parents in cold blood. But that will all come in good time. Then we meet Deacon Gage, another death dealer who also has a similar goal in mind just like Mia's. Mia and Deacon are death dealer partners and both would try to prefer that but can they deny the bond that grows between them?Will it remains a business venture or will it turn to a personal venture?I give this 4 Cat's Tails Up, I really liked this book but you know it was short and there was a little cat nap in between reading the book. The idea was great I hoped there's be more to explore in this paranormal world Ashley has created.
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review 2013-07-12 02:49
Death Dealer
Death Dealer - Ashley Robertson

Death Dealer was such a short story but those 140 pages still contained an interesting story filled with action and emotion. Both Mia and Deacon lost people close to them in a horrible way and became Death Dealers in exchange for some revenge in the future. They now spend their lives delivering souls to their proper gates but that is no piece of cake. Their journey’s from point A to point B is filled with crazy sounding creatures/demons (Ashley Robertson gave some pretty great descriptions) trying to keep them from completing their task. It seems not one job can go off without a glitch. These problems bring some action to this story and you get to see exactly what Mia and Deacon are made of. Mia isn’t a total badass but she can definitely put up a hell of a fight.  With some more time who knows what she could do.


It’s on Mia’s first job of the book that Deacon pops up and it is obvious that those two have a connection. Typically the second a character mentions how crazy the other makes them its like a lightbulb going off. The two should probably just find a room. Now I wasn’t completely sold on their romance but that is usually the case with shorter stories. Everything is cut short and to the point so you don’t get too much build which is a little disappointing but to be expected.  They were still likable together and Deacon was there for Mia when she needed him. I hope to see her returning the favor in the future.


I do have to say what I felt was going to be the biggest part of the story (Mia’s revenge) didn’t seem so huge. I felt like it was a tiny part of the story and couldn’t see how Mia found her closure with it all. I like what Ashley Robertson did with it though. It was very clever but I felt like it needed at least a tad more time. It so hard to be completely satisfied with novellas but Death Dealer was still an enjoyable read. It took me way too long to read but that was only because work got in the way and I had to read it in small sections. I am looking forward to reading some more in the series and hopefully getting more of a connection between the two characters. I’m sure those two will have quite the treacherous adventure in the future.

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