They Call Me Death

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Humans are no longer at the top of the food chain...

My name is Alexia Williams. In my world, North America is divided between north and south-but not the way it's taught in the history books.

After losing my family to the shifters, I joined the Combined Human States Army. Now I find myself on the front lines, defending the wall between my species and theirs. My mission is simple: keep the animals on their side by whatever means necessary-and ...

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Overview

Humans are no longer at the top of the food chain...

My name is Alexia Williams. In my world, North America is divided between north and south-but not the way it's taught in the history books.

After losing my family to the shifters, I joined the Combined Human States Army. Now I find myself on the front lines, defending the wall between my species and theirs. My mission is simple: keep the animals on their side by whatever means necessary-and I'm good at it. I don't talk to them. I don't sympathize with them. I sure as hell don't admire them...until one saves my life.

Andor isn't like any shifter I've ever met. He's a three-hundred-year-old golden eagle asking for help finding missing shifters who may be in my lands. I just have to decide between helping the animals or ignoring signs that my fellow humans aren't what I thought they were. But how can I help a species I hate and fear? Even if Andor makes me feel alive again?

In the land of the shifters...they call me Death.

Warning! If you are easily intimidated by kick-ass heroines who can hold their own against shapeshifting alpha males and bring them to their knees, this book is not for you!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605044521
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/1/2009
  • Pages: 218
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Posted October 26, 2011

    Loved it

    I loved this book! I want to read the next one, ive been waiting for a while. Does anyone know when shell release it.?

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  • Posted June 22, 2011

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    Worth a Read

    They Call Me Death was a book I bought for the fun of it and because its cheap. While the heroine does change from a kick ass chick to kind of smooshy very quickly, the change is needed for her to finish her journey. I would have liked to see a little more resistance on that front but all in all, it worked.

    I like the idea for this world and the Eagle shifter. You don't see many books with anything more than wolves, bears, panthers, etc.. It was great to see other animals.

    While not the best UF, it is worth a read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2010

    Really good read

    I really liked this book. You could understand how Alexia ended up the way she was and I liked that she didn't just fall into bed with Andor (I hate books were the smart mouthed leading lady just hops right into bed with the leading man). The book left some things up in the air so I hope that there is at least one more book.

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  • Posted September 26, 2009

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    They Call Me Death!

    The title and cover of this book are a bit corny but I'm glad I didn't judge this book by it's cover; the story was phenomenal! Missy Jane, has built a vividly-dark world of chaos and fear. The world has been ravished and split by war between the humans and shifters. The USA no longer exists but is split in half between the North, shifter country and the South, human country. It has been four years since a third of the worlds population suddenly united and exposed themselves as shifters. Alexia Williams, is one of the military guards who patrol on top of the fifteen-foot wall that separates the humans from their worst nightmares. Humans, naturally having the sense of entitlement, are permitted to come and go between both countries freely (assuming they can make it out of shifter country alive) but shifters are swiftly prohibited from stepping foot on human soil behind the wall. When shifters suddenly start disappearing, Andor Olavson, a golden-eagle shifter, approaches Alexia for assistance. Having a smart wit about her and an even faster trigger finger, has gotten her the well deserved reputation as Death, amongst the shifters. However, Alexia is also known to be intuitive, level-headed, smart and fair. Alexia agrees to secretly smuggle Andor onto human soil and assist him in his investigation. What they stumble upon during their search, shakes Alexia to her very core and causes her to reevaluate what she deems good and evil. For Alexia, the lines between human and shifter, right and wrong start to blur. Seeing the degradation human hands can cause, pushes Alexia into action. I really enjoyed this book from the beginning to the very end and gobbled it all up in one day. The story was so fresh, exciting, imaginative and clever, I couldn't put it down. Alexia, is strong and fearless. She is the kind of heroine, I'd like to see more urban fantasy authors emulate. I highly recommend this urban fantasy romance to dark urban fantasy readers. I also look forward to the next book Much More than Human (Emily & Lance's story).

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  • Posted September 18, 2009

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    I have read it 9 times....

    One of the thing that I like about my e-books is being able to read them anywhere. I have read this book 9 times. I have recommended it to several of my friends that enjoy shapeshifter stories.

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