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Posted January 16, 2013
Undeadly has a lot going on.
It’s a book of discovery—Molly, a girl who believes she’s nothing more than a necromancer, which, you should know, is totally common place in the near-to-present-reality setting of this book—turns out to be a very special kind of reaper, chosen by Anubis, the Egyptian god of the afterlife himself, who is a god that teens learn about in school since the world they live in is rife with zombies, ghosts, and ghouls.
But that’s not all—Molly meets another reaper, Rath, during a very bizarre situation, learns about her mother’s background, meets some long-lost relatives, enrolls in fancy boarding school, is inducted into a high-fallutin’ secret society, has visions, fights some crime, and starts training to be a kick-ass reaper.
All in less than 300 pages.
To say the pace of this book is brisk is an understatement.
And though it’s a crowded plot, the book is fun. Molly reminds me of Evie from Kiersten White’s Paranormalcy series: she’s perky and yearns to be nothing more than a typical teenage girl. But she accepts her fate with resolve and goes for it with everything she has.
However, this book was a little shallow for me—I wanted Vail to dig deeper into some of the emotional scenes, because, seriously, Molly has A LOT going on in this book. There were some things that I think Vail could have taken a little more time with—and a couple plot points that could have perhaps not been introduced in the first book at all—that would have allowed for Molly to grow a little more as a character than she did.
Overall, Undeadly is a fun read that mixes Egyptian mythology, necromancy, boarding schools, ghosts, and hot reaper dudes. It’s perfect for a night that you don’t want to go out, but also don’t want to read anything heavy. It will keep you entertained throughout and serve as good company while you’re snuggled up on the couch.
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Posted February 3, 2013
So this was the first book I've read with zombies, necro, Egypt, reaper all mixed in it, and well it was pretty darn good. Concidering I don't like zombies, like my husband does. I do love Eygpt and that makes it cool. We have Molly a necro gifted girl in zombie making training. Yup a normal thing out in her world. She and her sister work at zombie imporium, a family run business. So far her day is normal, but then she gets biten by a zombie, gets a ride home from a cute guy who wants to be her new boyfriend, oh and has a dream with Anubis in it. You think it's okay, but Ally explains that people who are visited by the God on their 16th birthday are meant for something great. Molly is now 16 and it's time for her birthday party. All goes well until Rick and group of uninvited girls. The head girl is mad that Rick likes Molly, and so throws punch on her. Once that mess is cleaned up and Molly now longer punched covered, a whole new problem comes up. Rick has just died...well sort of but I won't say about that. The following day Molly gets a huge surprise. Her grandparents from her mom's sides show up and they want to take her away. They went and found out what her destiny is and want to take her to this big fancy school that will help with her destiny. Oh and Al isn't her real dad, but he took her as his own. The last chapter tells who the real dad is, and it's a big surprise! Now at this new school, Molly is still taking everything in. She got a fancy new wardrobe, a room that takes up nearly the entire floor, and her own personal ghoul. Oh yeah, she finds out that she is the heir of her family, plus she does make a group of friends in one day. Since she is special she gets to join a society, without having to apply for it, not that she even wants to be in it. She sorta HAS to just because she is a legacy. Sometimes being a legacy isn't all its made to be. At the end of the first wee she and the society take a trip to Vegas in order to find a soul eater, which turns out slightly dangerous. She sorta gets forced to steal a soul, locked up and then rescued seconds later. At this point she finds out Set is behind things and is only getting closer to being free. (Set arch rival of Anubis.) One of the captors gets killed and turned into a ghost. Molly follows him to a hidden room. He reveals where other stolen souls are, and then she gets rid of the guy and frees the trapped souls. Once that has been dealt with, Anubis shows up and takes Molly to her home, where she can spend some time with them. Soon she is taken to Rick, she had Henry save him. You'll figure out what he did as you near the end. To help him she must save his soul, by having his soul weighed. But first it must be made whole, then if worthy the soul will be free and move on to the next world. Now she must head back and continue to prepare for her destiny. This book was really good, and I was able to finish it fast. It's a quick read but full of detail and a kick-but story. I did like the style of the book, with the designs at each chapter and some cool quotes, but that's just me. I like those random things. Overall this book was super awesome, and I need the next book.
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Posted October 27, 2013
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Sometime, you choose your destiny,, sometimes it chooses you, and sometimes...it's a little of both.
Undeadly is about a girl named Molly who is a necromancer-in-training. The world Molly lives in is full of people who have "pet" zombies and a world where spirits are the new "illegal" slaves. Everything is going along normally for Molly until the night of her sixteenth birthday when she has a dream/vision of Anubis and accepts his challenge to become one of his chosen. But Molly isn't just one of the chosen, she's THE chosen. Her destiny is to become Anubis' champion when Anubis' uncle Set breaks free from his prison. After having the Anubis vision, things start to go downhill; first her new love interest falls and cracks his head, then she accidently resurrects him but kind of makes a mess of it, she finds out her family isn't what she thought, and then she is shipped off to a new boarding school where students are turning up dead.
Not feeding a zombie isn't like not feeding your cat. He. Will. Eat. You. And your cat. People who forget to pick up a case of Ghoul- AID sometimes don't live to regret it. Capisce?
The beginning starts off a little slow due to all the backstory that needed telling in order to get readers up to speed but a few chapters in and things speed up. Michelle Vail does a really good job of keeping readers interested even with all the info that she has to go over and really gives the book a decent pace once things start rolling. I also loved how Michelle created a world where Molly doesn't have to hide her necro abilities from anyone. It's refreshing when a book world is set up so the characters don't have to hide who they are. Though that does change a little after she starts school.
You will sweat. You will bleed. You will ask for mercy and not get it. Get stronger. Get meaner. Get reaper.
There are a lot of surprises that turn up and a sense of mystery because there is a lot about her family and destiny that Molly doesn't know about. The end took quite a turn and the epilogue leaves you dying to know what happens. I'm excited to see where the next book takes Molly and what her relationship with Rath will evolve into. Not to mention the battles brewing between Anubis and Set. Overall it was a fantastic and exciting read that I highly recommend to fellow readers.
Posted October 10, 2013
Turning sixteen is a milestone for teens, right? For Molly, I guess we could say it was more monumental and is the turning point in her “regular” life. Was Molly’s life regular? Sure, if working in your father’s zomporium could be called regular, and having necromancy talents is thought of as regular. For Molly, turning sixteen brought huge changes in her life, huge talents, huge mistakes, and huge revelations that rock her to her snarky core.
Undeadly by Michele Vail is a unique and slightly quirky take on zombies, most definitely not mainstream zombie horror. Cleverly adding mythology and gods to the whole zombie thing and giving them attitude and personality, as they withhold valuable information, makes them totally likable and almost human as Molly stumbles along, unsure of her new talents and her role in the future.
Written in Molly’s words, full of her mental and verbal snark, there is a lot of humor to be found, especially as she writes her personal thoughts in her journal. To call her colorful would be an understatement, so be advised that you need to think “teen” all the way. Michele Vail bravely gave Molly free rein with her mouth and if I hadn’t known better, I would have sworn I was inside the rollercoaster/tilt-a-whirl mind of a strong-willed teen. Ms. Vail keeps it all moving along with some interesting mythology, some unfortunate mishaps and a moment when Molly finds she must grow up and do the right thing, no snark involved.
Undeadly is a light read, that I got several laughs out of, along with a couple of eye-rolls. I would say that if dark zombie tales full of gore and guts aren’t your thing, or that the idea of necromancy is too scary for you, this suitable for young teens read might be a good way to “test your mettle” as the battle of good vs evil rages on and Molly is caught in the middle.
I received this review copy as part of an upcoming Blog tour for Michele Vail.
Posted August 9, 2013
I was very disappointed in this book. I went into it expecting a great book based in Egyptian mythology. What I got was an annoying, self centered main character whose main goal in life is to have Rick as her boyfriend.
There was little to no world building. Everything was kind of thrown at you and it didn’t let you connect with the settings or the characters. I thought it was going to get better once Molly started going to Nekyia. But it actually got worse. Instead of building up the academy and it’s obvious rich background, information is just thrust at you and it is hard to absorb.
I gave the book 2 stars because it did have a lot of potential. The story was there, it just needed a lot of world building and better character development. I probably won’t be reading the next one.
Posted August 1, 2013
Posted July 31, 2013
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Posted February 11, 2013
I loved this story. It was cool how it transitioned from a sort of historical history and the main characters point of view. I can not wait for the second book to come out. :)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 8, 2013
Undeadly was a unique take on the teen supernatural boarding school story. The characters were well-developed, the plot was intriguing, and the pacing was perfect. I could not put this book down. This is one reaper story you won't want to miss.
In the beginning of the book, Molly was pretty annoying. She was a whiny, spoiled brat. However, the plot was so interesting that I gave her a chance anyway. I'm glad that I did. Her character grew immensely throughout the course of the novel, and by the end, she was a completely new person. I really like the direction her character was taking, and I can't wait to see what happens to her next. My one complaint with the characters is that we didn't get to know any of the secondary characters very well. Since this is a series, though, I assume that there will be more time for relationship building in the next installment. On the plus side of no relationships being firmly built, there was also no insta-love. Yay for that. My favorite characters so far are Henry, Anubis, and Rath.
The plot is unique for a reaper book and for a boarding school book, and I really loved the incorporation of Egyptian mythology. I'm not going to go into anymore detail about the plot because I'd hate to spoil the novel for you. I'll just tell you that it's super intense and will keep you on the edge of your seat. It's non-stop suspense. Also, it was a quick read. I read it all in one sitting, but unfortunately, it ended on a cliffhanger.
The world-building was also fantastic. This novel takes place in a world that knows reapers and necromancers exist. There is an open market for making zombies, and they teach necromancy history in public schools. That within itself fascinated me, and I had to learn more about this world. Vail did an excellent job of describing this new reality, and the world felt real to me.
Overall, I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves YA paranormal novels. Give Undeadly a try. You won't be sorry.
Posted December 23, 2012
Who knew reading about Egyptian mythology, reapers, necromancy, ghosts, and zombies could be so much fun! Well, heck, if you haven’t read debut author Michele Vail’s butt-kicking new series, The Reaper Diaries, yet, you wouldn’t know, now would you? Not to be confused with The Vampire Diaries. No, no, no, this is a new kind of awesomeness all on its own. But let me assure you, this is the first book in a splendid new series you don’t want to miss out on. It’s way better than its blurb promises it to be. Imagine having a ghoul as a butler, who obeys your every command (and he can braid your hair like a pro). Got you curious? You haven’t seen anything yet.
I know I’ve said this a million times before, but for those new to my reviews, one of my pet peeves in books are weak, whiny female characters. Luckily, this is not the case and Molly’s character is really great. She’s strong, smart, fun, has a snarky sense of humor, and tackles her fears head-on. It was easy to step into her shoes, as well as those of all the supporting characters – most of them likeable, and a few not so much, and immerse myself in Molly’s utterly fascinating world, which – I might add – changes drastically after the events at her sixteenth birthday party. For those of you who, like me, are attracted to books with bad-boy characters, “Undeadly” has a seriously yummy one who goes by the name of Rath. The chemistry between him and Molly is tangible, and their contemptuous bantering elicited a good chuckle from me every so often.
Two more things I really loved about this book is that, one, there’s no love-triangle (thank goodness!), and two, there are so many twists, secrets and revelations it will make your head spin - but in a good way. It certainly kept me turning the pages in a frenzy to find out what happens next. After the second chapter I simply gave in and lost myself in this wonderful book, and before I knew it, I finished it in the space of a couple of hours. Just so you know, this one has a cliff-hanger ending, but fortunately book two is on its way.
“The Reaper Diaries” is definitely a series with attitude that is sure to generate a huge following. It will not surprise me if this is made into a hit tv series. It has so much promise and potential, and the author’s writing style is fresh and unique. I highly recommend this book as a must-read - as in place this right at the top of your to-be-read list, without delay. “Undeadly” deserves far more than a mere five stars. Yep, it is that good, and makes my list of most unforgettable books read in 2012!
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.
Posted December 19, 2012
as a whole feels like a bit of a missed opportunity. I expected to thoroughly enjoy a book incorporating necromancy and Egyptian mythology. However, there were things about the novel that just rubbed me the wrong way. For one, I couldn’t connect with the protagonist, Molly, because I found her quite annoying. As she admits more than once in her narrative, she is shallow. In this case, I feel the descriptor suits her superficial values in addition to what I felt was a lack of character depth and development. I didn’t like her quite enough to root for her through all her problems, so I didn’t enjoy the story as much as I could have otherwise. Her decision-making skills are often questionable at best, and downright irresponsible in other cases. It is clear that her boyfriend <i>comes back wrong</i>
, but it takes her the entirety of the novel to own up to her mistake and do anything about it. Her attitude is what I can only think to describe as “valley girl” much of the time. If she said “Whatevs.” one more time, I think I would have attempted to reach through the book and slap her.
Despite these shortcomings, there are certainly aspects of the novel I enjoyed. I enjoyed the mythology of the novel, with the Egyptian gods, the reapers, and the necromancers. I thought the concepts presented here were interesting. I liked that Molly has to deal with her decision to serve Anubis as a binding one, even though it was made in a dream and she is really quite immature about it sometimes. I can cut Molly some slack for her attitude because she had to deal with so many life-changing bombs dropped on her at once. And when she is actually being cute instead of annoying, her narrative is fun and witty. The secondary characters (especially Rath) were interesting and I find myself wanting to know more about them.
Overall, I enjoyed <i>Undeadly</i>
enough to seek out the next installment, <i>Unchosen</i>
. The book leaves off on a cliffhanger which leaves you wanting more. This novel is good for those wanting a non-serious, light read. It may be better suited to younger readers who will likely find Molly to be more entertaining than irksome–but not too young, as there are some sexual themes.
<b><i>This book was obtained freely from the publisher, Harlequin Teen, via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.</i></b>
Posted December 11, 2012
I really liked the sound of so many things in this book. Reapers, ghouls, etc paired with an elite boarding school. Sounds like quite a few other books I enjoy with a new element added to it. Sadly, I wasn't all that impressed.
First off, I had a really hard time grasping this new world that Molly lives in. It just didn't make any sense. I would have greatly appreciated a few pages explaining things. But, it honestly felt like our main character had ADD. She would explain things in the middle of whatever was going. And it was never enough. I think I had an ok picture of it by the end of the book, but it was too little too late.
Molly wasn't too bad as our main character. Her sudden thought changes were confusing at times, but I eventually got use to them. And they seemed less frequent as the story went on. I understood her plight as the outcast with the desire to fit in. I wish she would have thought a little harder about setting her sights on Rick. Granted we don't get to know him very well in his human state, but I'm a believer than in most stories humans take some of their characteristics with them. I wish she would have asked more questions. I think she could have learned some much more about who she was had she demanded some answers (but then we really wouldn't have a story).
Nekyia Academy is both cliche and not. It's got secrets just like any other mythical boarding school in young adult literature these days. But, there were things that I found interesting. I found it intriguing that there were found families that were guaranteed admittance to the school. They had designated rooms and in Molly's case, a ghoul that has served her family for a long time. There's some hierarchy there that will be interesting to explore.
The ending was much better than the beginning, but I'm not sure if it will be enough to keep me reading the series. I guess we will see when the next one comes along.
Posted November 23, 2012
The Reaper Diaries Book One
By Michele Vail
Ricj has been waiting a long time to date Molly Bartolucci and on her sixteenth birthday he has big plans to make his move. But when Molly’s birthday comes along her entire world is turned upside down, first the mean girls crash her party then her would be boyfriend hit his head and dies. Molly is able to grab some of his soul and put it back into his body. Relieved that, that crisis is averted she soon finds that life has more in store for her, she finds out her dad isn’t her biological dad and now she is being shipped off to a boarding school for necromancers. All this is just the beginning of the story as Molly’s whole world begins to tumble down.
Ok so as I was reading this novel I kept thinking “This is so obvious how can Molly be so stupid?” Boy was I wrong what I thought was so obvious was completely off the mark, yes I admit those thoughts bit me in the butt. I loved this book it was full of action, romance, and zombies what more could a girl want? The fact that zombies and necromancers are an everyday thing in this book was worth the read in itself, when you add in the Ancient Egyptian lore it makes it even better, then Michele Vail decides to combine all of this with a strong female lead this becomes an amazing novel. If this isn’t enough to keep you reading the series Michele Vail throws in an ending that is full of surprises ensuring your continued interest. I definitely recommend this book, whether you like zombies or young adult this is sure to be a fun read.
I was sent a free copy of this book for an honest review.
Posted November 23, 2012
As far as debuts go, this one was pretty unique. Although I've seen the magical boarding school element before, as well as zombies, what Michele Vail managed to do here was to create a unique new setting for those two elements. I loved the idea of using Egyptian mythology here as a means for explaining zombies and the magic that is the big focal point of this new series. You don't see Egyptian mythology used a whole lot in YA series, so this was definitely a plus, and very interesting.
One of my favorite elements in this story was Molly herself. This was such a cute, funny, quirky character. I just enjoyed reading her narrative, despite what was going on in the story. It was a funny place to be, and she had such a cute way of looking at things.
Rath was a pretty good "bad boy" character that added some interesting sexual tension to the story. Although his part of the story has been a little overdone, in my view. The girl falling for the hot teacher is something I've seen a couple times before, but I think the author saved it by not making the attraction immediately mutual. It took a little bit of time for the reader to be able to tell that Rath was into her too. So that helped. Also unique was that Molly remained confused for most of the book on which guy she should be with. She gradually worked her way up to this realization, but at the same time, her feelings for the guy are not 100% reconciled by the end of this story.
Bottom line, I liked the characters, and Molly's new friends. Liked the romance aspect, and loved Molly. The only complaint I might have is that when it was all said and done, I didn't feel like very much had happened in the story. It seemed like for all those pages, all those characters, etc... there were very few actual events that occurred. It didn't put me off, however, as I know this is the first in a series, and this book was largely setup. I am looking forward to check out the next installment. A very good debut.
Posted November 20, 2012
I received an advanced copy of this book to read, not knowing beforehand what it was about. This is only the second book with a zombie paranormal storyline that I have read. The first one was alright, I really do prefer my vamps, but this one was great! The book is definitely YA and the language and sarcasm is geared towards that market, but don't let that stop you you closet YA reading adults out there. This book is highly enjoyable and has plenty of twists, romance, and action in it for all lovers of paranormal stories. I am going to definitely be recommending this book to my library patron, I know the teens are going to love this book, and I recommend it to you too. It is a well written book with a great plot and I can't wait to read the next one in this series. Well Done!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 20, 2012
**More like 3.5 stars**
With a spirited, snarky main character and a fun take on zombies and reapers, Undeadly is a fast and fun ride.
Undeadly is a book that I've been looking forward to for a long time. I loved the cover, loved the synopsis and was excited to dive into the story. I found the story to be really fun, unique and a bit quirky. The thing is, I'm not a big zombie fan. But in this book, the zombies, and all of the supernatural beings were given a lighter spin. So I enjoyed the story for the very reason hardcore zombie lovers might have not. Also, I loved the world of necromancers and Egyptian history that Vail created. It was in-depth and creative, without feeling like a huge amount of info to work through.
Another reason that Undeadly worked for me was the dialogue. Molly talked like a true teen. Now that I really think about it, she sounded a lot like my friends and I did in the 90s. I found the fact that she dealt with the upheavals in her life with sarcasm instead of despair to be sort of refreshing.
My review would be lacking if I didn't mention the two men of Undeadly, Rick and Rath. Rick was a sweetie, but I would have liked a bit more to his and Molly's relationship to form a better connection with him. Rath was great, sexy and mysterious. Again, I would have liked to have had waaayy more of Rath in Undeadly, but am hoping to get that in book two.
Overall, I liked Undeadly. Like I've said (probably too many times!), it was a fun journey. Molly was left at the edge of a big discovery and I'm interested to find out what happens next.
Posted November 18, 2012
I personally have been waiting to read Undeadly by author Michele Vail for quite a long time now. After glimpsing the astonishing cover and reading the awesome sounding description/synopsis, I was dying to get my hands on the story and begin reading. I’ll admit that what with the sudden rise in the whole “Grim Reaper” genre I was a bit hesitant, the last thing I wanted was a cliché of every single other novel out there—so imagine my glee when I say that Undeadly is completely original and for that I loved every second of it.
Undeadly comes in the comedic point of view of main character Molly Bartolucci as she adapts to the fact that she has been chosen as the God of death, Anubis’s, champion. Growing up in a world where zombies, ghosts and necromancy are common happenings, Molly was born as ka heka which means that as a necromancer her special ability is raising the dead/making zombies. On her sixteenth birthday Molly has The Dream in which Anubis himself visits her and asks if she’s willing to accept being chosen by him, after receiving her (almost) boyfriend, Rick ends up dying.
Molly stuffs what’s left of his soul back into his body, which makes his corpse return… but not as a zombie. After that, Molly is sent off by her mother (who abandoned Molly’s family)’s parents to attend the Nekyia Academy, an elite necromancer school where Molly will be trained how to be a butt-kicking necromancer by the reaper who was supposed to take Rick’s soul; Rath.
The novel itself I found, was pretty drop dead hilarious especially since as a reader we get chapters in Molly’s POV and get to read entries from her diary/guide for future necromancers who come across it. Molly’s personality was one that was funny because not only does she manage to put a humorous twist on everything, but also manages to make the most serious of situations lighthearted. Plus, I felt like she was a character I could relate to, which is good because I found it more realistic for a teenaged character.
The one thing I did notice however, was that the description did mention there being a ton of students dropping dead or going catatonic on school grounds and how all trails lead up to Molly. I personally found, that that aspect of the novel was barely touched down on and only happened within a few chapters or getting mentioned briefly. Did I find that disappointing? Not really, considering that the events that ensued made up for lost time.
I found that in Undeadly, something I found awesome was that when Molly trains with a spiteful Rath (a bit of a pun, right there) and they practice boxing he says something funny along the lines of her elbows popping out with all her punches. I kick box, I remember my coaches saying something similar and I actually have quoted the same thing that Rath said to Molly with the younger kids before reading the book. I found it a fun coincidence and also made the novel feel a lot more real.
My only real problem with the novel was that sometimes, you don’t get an immediate idea of what the setting looks like or other characters. It’s usually only mentioned a few times and then kinda let slip in the place of Molly’s thoughts on the situations around her, I’ll admit that sometimes I would forget the location of the characters just because there wasn’t really a location to imagine.
All in all, a fun read that I enjoyed. Am I excited for the sequel? Hells yeah! Bring on more Anubis and zombies! I would recommend Undeadly to fans of the House of Night series, readers who want a lighthearted read and those of us who are looking for something fun that can be read in one sitting.
Posted November 17, 2012
There nothing like a good story to turn your day around. Once I started this book, I felt immediately attached the story. Fast-paced and exciting, The Reaper series begins with an explosion!
What I loved about this book are the characters. The main character is not your typical teenager. She has a sarcastic, full of attitude, with a history that is about to reveal all secrets. I loved Molly's personality. Ever comeback, every thought, made me laugh and snort through out the story. I like that is not bland but every unpredictable She is always up to some kind of trouble so you never get bored. There are minor characters who played big parts in Molly's life, which I am anxious to know more about.
There really wasn't much of a love interest. Well, I take there back. There is, but it's complicated. I know.
But, there are some new friendship that are established. I like that Molly made some good friends and not stuck-up ones. She found great people who she can trust that helped her along the way. I'm anxious to see what other love interest will playout through the series.
Undeadly is a great combo of paranormal, plot, and characters. All done tastefully well, Undeadly keeps you entertained. Full of intense mysteries, it's easy to fall into Undeadly. A satisfying ending to a great start of a series, Undeadly is awesome!
Posted July 10, 2013
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