Monday, February 15, 2016

It's a Wonderful Death by Sarah J. Schmitt

Buy here*
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: Sky Pony Press
Pages: 306
My rating: 4 stars

If it weren't for that gypsy, RJ would have had a long and fulfilling life—she's sure of it. That's why she is determined to get it back, no matter what her grim reaper or guardian angels say or what she has to do.

From the very first page, RJ's never-give-up attitude will draw the reader in. She's got spunk and spirit, and there is no way in Heaven or Hell that she will go to either one. Every character is unique and interesting, either intrigued, annoyed, or drawn to RJ's plight to get her life back.

But the story of RJ's death is also, in a way, philosophical. How do our lives intersect with each other? Can one life change the course of history? How could one decision change the rest of our lives? There is an honesty to this book, beyond it's surface.

I definitely cried a little near the end.

Little to no language and vague sexual references.

*I do not receive compensation from Amazon.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Have you read this book? Let me know your thoughts!