Death

Death by Laura Thalassa
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Death

They came to earth ― Pestilence, War, Famine, Death ― four horsemen riding their screaming steeds, racing to the corners of the world. Four horsemen with the power to destroy all of humanity. They came to earth, and they came to end us all.

The day Death comes to Lazarus Gaumond’s town and kills everyone in one fell swoop, the last thing he expects to see is one woman left alive and standing.

But for some reason, Lazarus cannot be killed. Not by humans, not by the elements, not by Death himself. She is the one soul Death can’t snare. She also happens to be the one human he desires, even though the last thing he wants is to desire a human…. but, here he is, desiring her all the same. The longer they interact and she tries to catch/stop him, the more his attraction grows and the more he looks forward to crossing paths with her. It doesn’t hurt that she can’t die so he can put her down for a bit as a head start. Twisted and sick sure, but did I love it? Yes.

But try as she might, Lazarus cannot stay away from that ancient, beautiful being and his dark embrace either. The end is here. Humankind is set to expire, and not even the other horsemen can stop Death from fulfilling his final task. Only Lazarus can…. if she dares.

This was my favorite one of the series, I really enjoyed having all 4 horsemen interact! I was waiting for this throughout the series, and finally it happened.

Lazarus was a great rival for Death/Thanatos, and I really liked how he was portrayed. The banter between the 2 of them was great, and I loved each time Death experienced something new. Even though this series has a lot of death, it felt like experiencing life through all 4 horsemen and I loved that!

Death by Laura Thalassa is so good and a definite recommend for me. It wrapped up the series well, and while it followed the same template as the other ones I personally think this added to the series. Each one was unique in its own way, and it was different enough to keep me reading. Death’s story was a perfect last book.

Worthy of a re-read.

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Is it worthy of a re-read? Let's get to reading and find out. If I love it I might start immediately over again...who knows? Genres: fantasy, romantasy, smut, sci-fi, dark romance, and more! I read on average 2-4 books per week, and average 150+ books per year. I am passionate about reading books and sharing my reviews and discussing books with like minded readers and friends. One of my favorite parts of reading a good book is mentally processing the contents and getting to share my thoughts about it both online and in person with those around me.

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