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The Reapers Are the Angels - Alden Bell, Tai Sammons
The Reapers Are the Angels
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4.00 10
Format: audiobook
ISBN: 9781441765987 (1441765980)
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Minutes: 7
Edition language: English
Series: Reapers (#1)
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Wortmagieblog rated it
4.0 Die Anmut von Anpassungsfähigkeit
Werden Autor_innen postapokalyptischer Literatur nach dem Reiz des Genres gefragt, geben sie oft unspezifische Antworten, die sich auf die Faszination der Angst und der Abgründe des menschlichen Wesens beziehen. Deshalb war ich positiv überrascht, als ich Alden Bells Antwort auf diese Frage in einem...
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4.0 The Reapers are the Angels Review
I've debated back and forth on whether or not to post a review for this book because I have nothing new to add to the conversation. But that got me thinking. What is a conversation other than the sharing of opinions and ideas? So what if a book has umpteen million reviews. So what if none of my frie...
No More Booklikes, BYE
No More Booklikes, BYE rated it
4.5 Gore Guts and Guns
4.4 stars Quick and dirty-Bloody, Gore Filled, Putrid, Rotting, flesh eating zombie story all centered around a fifteen year old survivor. (Not a YA read)This is what I want in zombies, disgusting stinky hungry monsters. There is not a moment of doubt that these nasties want to eat, rip and kill all...
carolesrandomlife rated it
3.0 The Reapers Are the Angels
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.Somewhere along the way, I have decided that I love zombies. I have to admit that The Walking Dead probably has been a large part of my new found love of all things zombies. When this book came across my feed on Goodreads, I just know that I wa...
Yzabel rated it
3.0 The Reapers Are The Angels
I'm a bit torn about this one.Part of me found it beautiful (if in a weird, experimental way, what's with the narrative style nd absence of dialogue quotation marks). What matters isn't the destination, nor the exact "how", but the journey itself, on a different kind of level.However, the other part...
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