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Sunday, November 13, 2016


Eviternity: An Arash Novel by [Stevens, Elke]
Beautiful Ruth’s life as she knows it is gone. Having lost everything that truly matters to her, Ruth decides to leave London and heads for New York. Craving a normal human life, she stumbles upon the weird family of illustrious art dealer James Huntington-Brown and soon gets involved in a horrifying string of murders. Suddenly everyone is under suspicion, above all Ruth herself. No one is safe, neither humans nor Arash, when the killer strikes again.    AMAZON  3 STARS

It's a good story although a bit strange too.  I had a bit of trouble getting into it, it took a while.  And I'm not all that sure that I got all the way into it. A lot of the story carried supernatural abilities not known to man.  It causes the imagination to be stretched often.  I know that this is the final book in the series and I haven't read any of the other ones.  Some may think that is the reason I had trouble getting into it.  I don't really think that is it because it seemed to be a book that could stand alone. It took me quite a while to figure out how I felt about Ruth.  Who is she really and is she the good "guy" or not?   I have to agree with several people who thought that the family of James Huntington-Brown was a strange one.   Even though many of the Arash "families" were a strange collection of people, this one just might beat the others for their strangeness.  I know Ruth sure thought so and I have to agree. The characters were good ones but there sure were a lot of people with hidden motives.  And it all comes to a head towards the end of the book.  And it was a surprising conclusion at that.

I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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