Review: Dead Seth (Kiera Hudson 2.4)

Dead Seth coverWow. Though I got where it was going, I’m still a little unsure about the tiny details (I can’t say anything at all without giving it away. Really. It’s not a cop-out like most people use; anything I say will give all the shock away) .
Maybe that’s the disadvantage of reading a lot, and also nearly every single one of an author’s books (in this case, Tim’s). But I don’t regret it. And for the same reason I don’t mind spoilers – just because a simplified sentence tells me a plot point, it doesn’t take away from it because it doesn’t give all the information and specifics. Maybe I’m weird or odd that way. That’s okay, whatever. I don’t care. All I know is back a couple months ago I took a chance and read Vampire Shift, and there was no mistake in that.

These books are some of the best I’ve read in the last year! And Tim is a very personable guy. It all makes me miss England too. Well, Scotland, but in the area I’m thinking of, it’s much the same.

Kiera is one of the best heroines I’ve come across; she has strength (physically, emotionally, psychologically, morally) and she’s still not afraid to be vulnerable. And she doesn’t shy away from fear. Of the characters I’m loving and reading now (the last year or two), Kiera is the one whom I would want, DO want, to take after – for those traits to have as much resolve and fight in me as they do her.

Kudos, Tim!


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