Death, and the Girl He Loves review by R. Mae
Death and the Girl He Loves
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Paranormal

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Middleville, Michigan, United States
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Death and the Girl He Loves is the final book in the darklight trilogy. Lorelei McAlister has to make a decision, does she want to face her fate, or try to change it. The final battle is looming, and the only person who can save the world is her. Once again her rowdy group of friends and archangel boyfriend are the only ones who can help her realize her fate and save everyone. But can she do it?


Suspenseful, exciting and energetic, Death and the Girl He Loves was an amazing finally to the series. It was as humorous as the other two books, and the action was just as beautiful. I am constantly amazed by Darynda Jones' unique writing style. The book was so loveable, and the twisted ending was fantastic. Lorelei learned to face her fears, stand up for what she loves and change the fate of the world. The characters grew through the whole story, and new characters were introduced. I would recommend the book to students in high school, as there is some mature content. Death and the Girl He Loves is definitely one of my favorites.

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Content rating - some mature content

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There were some graphic violence scenes.



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