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  • Posted September 30, 2014

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    Envy Chronicles Book Four Theo lands in the home of the Death L

    Envy Chronicles Book Four

    Theo lands in the home of the Death Lady after being shot by Seattle. Selena manages to resurrect him with her secret crystal and brings him back to health. Along with her son Simon, friend Frank and mother-figure Vonnie, Selena and Theo get back to life as usual...until he learns about Selena's secret. Meanwhile, Lou makes his way to find Theo, and Remy and Ian mix in with other bounty hunters to hide her identity. This book takes the reader away from Envy and into the lives of residents of other areas, giving another perspective on the change.

    Narration: Sebastian Fields narrates the series with fluidity and calm. He keeps the voices simple, yet distinctive.

    If you're looking for a book about redemption, heartache and the love that gets you through it, this is the book for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2011

    Highly Recommended - you must check it out!

    I've only read the 1st in the series "Beyond The Night", but Joss presents an interesting concept in the Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Romance genera. Good character development, action, susupense and romance.

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  • Posted August 26, 2011

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    Ready for More...

    My Review:
    For some reason, this book seems much harsher to me than the others in this series have been. I am guessing that the reason for that is because, in this book, we become much more familiar with the gangas (zombies) and what they actually are and how that have come into creation.

    In addition, this book focuses on Theo. Theo is an interesting character from this series. He was in Vegas with his twin brother when the Change (apocalypse) occurred, but his experience was different from his twin brother, Lou's. Theo was caught up and buried under some electronics (he and his brother, Lou, are computer geniuses,) which caused a change in his genetic make-up. Like the others caught in the cave in Sedona, Theo doesn't age and has a super-power...he can generate an electrical charge.

    I have read a lot of books where the characters were hundreds of years old while still maintaining their youth. But for some reason, in this book (not the series, because it hasn't bothered me in the other books,) it's not the same because you see both Lou & Theo together. They are twins. One is elderly. One is not. There's something just a bit creepy about it (for me) about the constant reinforcement that Theo should be elderly too. I know it's because of the twin thing, but it bothered me to constantly be thinking about him actually being elderly. It brings a focus on the shallowness of how we look at aging.

    On the other hand, we have Selena, who is also very youthful looking for her age of 50. That was never really explained except for the fact that she was born during the midst of the Change. As a result, she has her own special gift...the ability to help usher souls into the afterlife. She is known as the Death Lady because everyone brings her the dying and she helps to ease their transition. That's how she meets Theo. He is brought to her because he is dying.

    While I didn't like this one quite as much as I have the others in this series, this was still an interesting book. I think that the issues I had will be mine alone. I am excited to see where the series goes from here...especially with Remington Truth. I know that we should have at least 2 more books in the series...Wyatt & Fence. I am thinking/hoping that there may be a bit more there with Ian, because his character intrigues me, but I may be writing more into that storyline than there actually is. All I know is that I can't wait for more of these books to come out.

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  • Posted February 24, 2011

    AN INTERESTING STORY OF POST APOCALYPTIC WORLD!! NIGHT BETRAYED BY JOSS WARE!!

    NIGHT BETRAYED by Joss Ware is a paranormal thriller set in twenty first post apocalyptic world. It is the fourth in "The Envy Chronicles" series. Although, this is my first book by this author I had no trouble catching up with the characters and events. It has romance, death,dying,Zombies,paranormal,betrayal,terrors,survival, secrets, rape, telepathy,an older hero and a younger heroine.It is a fast paced paranormal thriller full of adventure,romance,secrets and survival.If you enjoy paranormal,fantasy,and drama you will enjoy this one. This book was received for the purpose of review from Net Galley and details can be found at HarperCollins and My Book Addiction and More.

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