Three ghostly reads--the first, in my to-be-read pile, recommended by my agent, the fabulous Natalie Lakosil:
To quote Natalie on why you should read this (this being said about the sequel, Queen of the Dead)... "Whenever I dive into this series I am always struck by how smart the heroine is. She’s the stereotypical blond cheerleader – with brilliant people-reading skills. I love characters that break the mold like this; this character acts the same way that stereotypical cheerleader would, but she’s given depth and dimension which make her entirely likeable. I also love the dry and sarcastic voice; a must-have for me in any contemporary! I do love me ghosts, too…"
And the next comes from my daughter...
My Mert is what you would call a reluctant reader--but this series--the whole series, mind, not just the first book--managed to capture her imagination and she read all THREE in one week! I LOVE you Kelley Armstrong!
And the last, from me :)
I like two kinds of ghost books. The first is the kind that scares the be-jesus out of me, ie: The Woman in Black. Then there are the ones that give a glimpse of what the afterlife just *might* be like--and then treat said subject with wit and dry humor and a good story. That's Dead Rules. You should read it now.
Have a ghostly Tuesday, dahlinks! And do check out the cover of the next installment of the Sirenz Series and visit the blogs hosting a fab giveaway to celebrate. Methinks tomorrow might be monsterous... >:)