Dead Things review by kanati
Dead Things (Eric Carter)
by Stephen Blackmoore
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Mystery
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 17
Reviewer's Location - Makanda, IL, United States
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Eric Carter is a lone wolf necromancer who vowed never to look back, until one call changes everything.  His sister has been brutally murdered by something terrifing that wants his atention, but it isn't the only thing. Old enemies, both dead and alive, and a crazy Aztec death goddess are out to win his heart. Returning home has never been this deadly, but he is ready for whatever L.A. can throw at him, and is determined to do it all on his own. This time will he be the one dragged to the other side, or will he find a new power? To find out, pick up Stephen Blackmoore's Dead Things.

Opinion: 

Stephen Blackmoore's Dead Things is a paranormal thriller that keeps you hanging on every word.  Set in the dark world of vengeful spirits and horrifing power, Dead Things is nearly impossible to put down, and it keeps you guessing until the last word. Eric Carter is your classic anti-hero, bad boy with a heart off gold who makes all the wrong choices for all the right reasons. Dead Things by Stephen Blackmoore is a great read with lots off action and suspense topped with ghostly magic that ties it all together. I would suggest this book to anyone 16 and up looking for an exciting read.

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - mature content

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This book has mature themes and is quite graphic.
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