BOOK CLUB THURSDAY: THEME CHALLENGE: A BOOK WITH A COLOR IN THE TITLE
Sorry I've been missing lately but sadly, the end of 2014 and start of 2015 have been really crappy for me. But such is life, and at least there's books to help!
Each month my fellow bloggers and I will be doing what we call a Theme Challenge. We've picked twelve themes and each month we will choose what we want. I think it'll be fun seeing what each each choose every month and even better the following week ONE of us will do a GIVEAWAY of the book featured in our blog theme. This month Romancing the Readers will be giving away her pick so be sure to stop over at her blog to check out what she had to say.
My first theme pick was a book with a color in the title. And if you love Urban Fantasy, be sure to add to this to your list. In fact, do yourself a favor and BUY IT NOW. Or yesterday. Just. Buy. It.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
The first installment in a fabulous dark urban fantasy series—think Kill Bill with demons and gangsters instead of martial arts—from the award-winning author of the Iron Codex trilogy and Vertigo comic Coffin Hill
Ava has spent the last hundred years as a hellhound, the indentured servant of a reaper who hunts errant souls and sends them to Hell. When a human necromancer convinces her to steal her reaper’s scythe, Ava incurs the wrath of the demon Lilith, her reaper’s boss.
As punishment for her transgression, Lilith orders Ava to track down the last soul in her reaper’s ledger . . . or die trying.
But after a hundred years of servitude, it’s time for payback. And Hell hath no fury like an avenging Ava . .
Don't start this book unless you have the time to finish it. Seriously. It's that damn good.
It has everything I love- nonstop fast paced action, well written with a strong interesting premise and kick ass characters. Pure fun. Pure adrenaline.
I wish I had the next the book in the series in my paws right this minute.
So what did my fellow bloggers pick as their theme - find out now by visiting:
Ann@Romancing the Readers
Kare@The Many Faces of Romance