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A Touch Menacing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2013


    I loved this book and flew through it in a day. But the ending made me want to scream bloody murder, pull my hair out and curl into a ball and cry all at the same time. Get ready for some bodies.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 10, 2013

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    It¿s a bittersweet time when the final book in one of your favor

    It’s a bittersweet time when the final book in one of your favorite series is published. It makes me, what I like to call “Book Bipolar”.  
    I’m so excited, I can’t stop talking about it. I count down the days. Annoy the hell out of the author trying to wring some kind of a hint of the ending out of them. I eagerly pre-order then watch my mail box, wondering why I didn’t just buy the stupid Amazon Prime account so I could get the book the day of release, instead of 3-4 days after…(happens every time!) Then, with out warning, there upon my doorstep is a copy. Shiny and new and suddenly I want nothing to do with it because I know that once I start I have to finish, and once I finish, that’s the end. It’s over.

    Oh my GAWD it’s over…*sobs*…

    I flew through this book. 
    I literally couldn't get to the next page fast enough. I needed to know, I had to find out what was coming. What was next. What horrendous torture would I suffer at the hands of the author? And torture you she will. In fact, if you are invested in this series, I wouldn't suggest reading this on a day you are already emotionally compromised. Clifford kicks the dark, the twisted and the body count up a notch (or ten). Unafraid to drive the knife deep into your heart and twist. No one is safe! 

    With breathtaking, detailed, and in some cases bone chilling settings. Dialogue I can not get out of my head (Luke has some of the best lines in this book!) and the heaviness carried by Eden and the choices she needs to make, A TOUCH MENACING has everything a good finale should. Pain, sorrow, indecision, panic, fear, humor and laughter. 

    If you've not read the A TOUCH TRILOGY yet, I beg you to pick up a copy. Travel into the dark world created by Leah Clifford with her “fowl mouthed celestial posse” (took that last line from her Twitter bio! *wink*) And experience an angel book, that’s not really an angel book.
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    Posted October 17, 2014

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