Afraid to Die

Afraid to Die

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be of much better quslity than the other books in the Montana series. Though somewhat repetative, this book had a much better draw for the reader. The excitement of the books csptivating story line had me on the edge of my seat wanting to find the kilker myself. Very good book with an incredible tale of events.
Bon_Mots More than 1 year ago
Same song...different versr.  Well written but it is basically the same story that was told in the first book.  Even the sex scenes are boringly predictable.  This auther needs some new material.
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This is the fourth book out tof the series.it didn't get really good until the last several chapters. I really like her books
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Good
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Good read
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Do not bother reading this book. It is soooo boring I can't even finish it. Ouch...hate when I buy something like this. Way too many unimportant miscellaneous threads and little depth in the plot. Kat
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I get my monster info from Monsters and Mysterys in America, though i change some of it. Its a little hard for me to think up names btw. Idk why.)) "Demonton? Wheres that?" I asked. Raven cocked her head. "What do you mean, wheres that?" Ok, now i was really confused. "As in, what country?" I replied. Raven shook her head. "You must have hit your head when you were born. There are no countrys anymore. Everywhere is Demonton." I sighed. Was i in the future or something? There was a long moment of silence. "So, uh, why are all the houses like this? Ya'know, armed?" I asked, breaking the quiet like glass. Raven facepalmed. "Your more of an idiot than i thought. I dunno, maybe because of, lets see, everything?!" I was insulted for a second, but then i realized she had lived here for probably her entire life, and i was only here for a few minuetes. "Everything? Like what?" I asked. Raven rolled her eyes at me. "Like i said before, Wendigos, Hell Hounds, Shadow People, you name it." I had no idea what ANY of those were, but all of them sounded pretty terrifying. Suddenly there was a scratching noise near the back of the house. Before i could say a word, Raven pulled me upstairs. I decided not to ask why this time. There was a sinister cackling outside that sent a shiver down my spine. Raven and me finally arrived in a brightly lit room. A purple bed was pushed off to the side, making room for towering cabinets overflowing with papers. The walls were metal, like the rest of the house, makng the purple bed the only colorful thing in the room. She slammed the door behind us, and locked all 5 locks on the door. She looked scared. I asked her what that was. "Gnomes." She replied. I couldnt help but laugh. "Gnomes? Hahaha! Oh wow, thats soooo terrifying, Raven!" I laughed. She glared at me. "I'll be the one laughing when you get stolen by one!" I rolled my eyes. "Oh wow. Evil Gnomes! You're a laugh!" Raven gestured twords the window. "Be my guest. If you think they're so harmless, then take a look at one." I got up and walked over to the window, accepting her so called challenge. I peered down. A small humanoid creature with long, dirty, sharp nails was clawing at the metal walls. It was wearing a red hat, its goblin like ears sticking out. Its nose was crooked and warty, and the Gnomes cold brown eyes had an evil glint to them. His clothing was tarnished and tattered, with ripped sleeves. I backed away from the window. I heard the disgusting creature cackle even louder, indicating he saw me. I heard a thud down below. Then another one, but louder. I poked my head out the window. The Gnome was climbing up, making dents for his feet. Who knew they were that strong? I slammed the window closed, locking it. Raven had a smug look on her face. "Told ya." Her smirk quickly evaporated at there was a banging on the window, the Gnomes wicked cackling louder than ever.
Kellykos More than 1 year ago
Wow, Barnes and Noble does a horrible job (or just ignores) of making sure the reviews are worth people's viewing. One of the things that I find annoying is that even the "most helpful favorable review" is garbage on this book. Come on, "I feel ya" was the most helpful???? Okay..... Oh, and maybe if they wouldn't allow so many "characters" people wouldn't be writing "essays" instead of letting people enjoy the book themselves.
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Although it took me longer to read than the 1st 3 books in the series because life got in the way, I actually enjoyed the read more than the others. They are all off the edge of reality, but this seemed just enough less contrived than the others to keep my interest going. I'd thought about abandoning reading the others, but not this one.
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