Sunday, March 2, 2014

Broken Hearted Ghoul

A review of Broken Hearted Ghoul by Joyce and Jim Lavene.

It’s been two years since Skye Mertz agreed to drive Abe’s Taxi for the Dead, transporting his zombie workers back to the man who gave them an additional twenty years of life. She’s raising her daughter, with the help of her ghostly mother-in-law, and keeps looking for what killed her  husband the night she died.
Now she has a partner—a housewife working off her zombie husband’s service—and she’s met a sorcerer with amnesia. It shouldn’t be surprising that a broken hearted ghoul, bent on getting revenge, should show up too. After all, there’s no rest for the dead.

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My Review 
This is a very Interesting zombie tale that pulls you forward page by page.  The Lavene’s descriptions paint a very vivid and real picture for their audience. This story creates a unique journey for the reader. Who would have thought to put zombies and taxi driving together?

I quite enjoyed the characters. The relationships between the characters tell you as much about the individuals as the descriptions of them do. 

All in all this is a story that I won’t soon forget. It was brilliant, well written novel by The Lavene’s that I`d definitely recommend to anyone and everyone.

Joyce and Jim Lavene write award-winning, bestselling mystery fiction as themselves, J.J. Cook and Ellie Grant. They have written and published more than 70 novels for Harlequin, Berkley, Amazon, and Gallery Books along with hundreds of non-fiction articles for national and regional publications. They live in rural North Carolina with their family.


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