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by Piers Anthony
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Shizuku's Sleepy Reviews
Shizuku's Sleepy Reviews rated it 6 years ago
An absolutely hysterical and morbid take on Death! This book honestly delighted me, and bemoan the fact that current and modern writing isn't this quality. I can't wait to read the next book.
A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 8 years ago
*Book source ~ My home library. Zane is a mediocre man that has led a less than stellar life. After purchasing a worthless Wealthstone from a magic shop he decides he’d be better off dead. Having acquired a gun by chance he decides to aerate his head. However, right before he pulls the trigger Dea...
Catchy Blog Title Forthcoming
Catchy Blog Title Forthcoming rated it 8 years ago
Quite enjoyable. Looking at the reviews of the later books, I'm a little hesitant to read more in the series. I probably will once I eliminate some of my backlog. One can never read too many books.
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 8 years ago
While the story was interesting there were times that the preaching broke the suspension of disbelief. This is the story of a man who kills death and finds himself with the job. The first part of the story is all about this growth into the role and his understanding of the importance of Death. Th...
travelin
travelin rated it 8 years ago
This book is the most off-kilter provocative sequence of brilliant plot twists, and that in just the first 38 pages, better than I can ever remember reading in a long dry spell of reading Anthony or anyone else.I got unbearably excited, but Anthony had taken one of the greatest plot risks of all tim...
Tasseled Booklikes
Tasseled Booklikes rated it 8 years ago
The writing is terrible and action scenes are as corny as they can get. But... I am giving an extra star for original concept (Death as an office assumed by a mortal) and unique world (blend of science fiction and fantasy), as well as another star for the first few gripping chapters. If the writing ...
Reading Adler's List
Reading Adler's List rated it 9 years ago
Magic stones, flying carpets, and a tricked out transforming Deathmobile. Piers Anthony mashed together fantasy and science fiction and came out with a recognizable alternate world in which God and the Devil battle it out for souls. A grudge match without religious mysticism. More of a public rel...
Jo Thomas
Jo Thomas rated it 9 years ago
Not as good as I remember - and I am now a couple of decades of feminism down the line so there are a few things that made me roll my eyes. Still, once I put my urge to red pen to the side, I enjoyed it for old times' sake.
Jennavier
Jennavier rated it 9 years ago
Wow! This book was really different. I loved the concept. I wished the world had been fleshed out a little better, but you can't have everything. I'm really glad my husband pushed me to read this.
I only read when my OCD kicks in
I only read when my OCD kicks in rated it 9 years ago
A very strong start to a series. I have to admit though that I did lose interest towards the ending of the book. Mr. Anthony appeared in my mindset to linger to create a larger size book than was necessary. I do believe though that the originality and unique story line is more than enough though to ...
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