Death Incarnate (#9)

Death Incarnate (#9)

by Tamara Rose Blodgett

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BN ID: 2940158910890
Publisher: Tamara Rose Blodgett
Publication date: 09/15/2017
Series: Death , #9
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
Sales rank: 101,348
File size: 343 KB

About the Author


Tamara Rose Blodgett: happily married mother of four sons. Dark fiction writer. Reader. Dreamer. Home restoration slave. Coffee addict. Tie dye zealot. Digs music.

She is also the New York Times Bestselling author of A Terrible Love, written under the pen name, Marata Eros, and over ninety-five other titles, to include the #1 Amazon international bestselling erotic Interracial/African-American TOKEN serial and her #1 bestselling Amazon Dark Fantasy novel, DEATH WHISPERS. Tamara writes a variety of dark fiction in the genres of erotica, fantasy, horror, romance, sci-fi and suspense. She lives in the midwest with her family and pair of disrespectful dogs.


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Death Incarnate 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
DYac More than 1 year ago
If anyone else is like me, I've been desperate for the conclusion to this series. I had hopes that the author wouldn't kill off the characters I loved most (because sometimes she does that) and couldn't wait to see if the last blink would change everyone's future in a positive or negative way. It was difficult enough leaving the series with Deegan Hart on the verge of disappearing. In this last installment, Mitchell makes a decision that changes not only the past world they've been blinked into, but it changes the lives of everyone in his immediate vicinity. And what they bring back with them from his past earth could change the entire future. This author writes the most vivid and realistic characters. Their reactions to their situations and surroundings are always blunt and sometimes crass, but they are entertaining and delightful, even when confronting the danger of their dystopian lives. I always feel as if I've been taken on the adventure of a lifetime with them, and this series was no different. Each volume was difficult to put down, and the ending was perfect and fitting for this particular adventure. I will miss these characters, and I hope she pulls one or two of them into her remaining dystopian adventures. I have to thank her for including us in the phenomenon that was The Death Series.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
This is it. The end of the Death series and I have to say, OUCH! We’ve watched the original kids grow up, get married and now their kids are wreaking havoc, intentional or not! From parallel worlds and back, this time out, the very existence of young Deegan Hart lay in the balance of every universe they have traversed as she blinks her family into other worlds, witnesses what happened the night her zombie, Mitchell failed to save his family and discovers he is not the murderer he was thought to be. It may take more than luck to foil a twisted fate and to right the lines of time. As the generations of the Hart family and friends gather together to fight the evil that has blanketed their world, we witness miracles, and hope for what was once a bleak and desolate future! What a way to end an era of fabulous reading! Tamara Rose Blodgett’s DEATH INCARNATE brings back all of the wry humor, the wit and the camaraderie of her characters, including a favorite of mine, Gramps, who never fails to steal each scene he is in, the cranky old rebel! Not only have the characters grown up, but the series has gone from young adult to new adult with a dash of spicy heat and passion! Will I miss this series? Nope, I will re-read it until I know every book by “Hart.” Ms. Blodgett’s keen sense of humor and her ability to give her characters free license with their dialogue is part of the charm and draw for me! One never knows what will pop out of these characters’ mouths and that is pure Blodgett running free! So yes, this is a wrap, a great finish that, while having “grown up” through the years, has never strayed from the feel or the atmosphere of high energy, high conflict and memorable characters.