Reaper of Earth (The Artifact Reaper Saga Book 1)

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Hidden abilities, haunting memories, and one confused girl. 

I’m a reaper. Death should come naturally to me, but it doesn’t. And the abilities I am able to conjure are forbidden by my kind. My parents try to hide my abilities, but when the elders assign my first target, they order my parents to stay back. Now I’m on my own, with no one to protect me, no idea what I’m doing, and no control over the powers I’m supposed to keep hidden. 

I should have known this would blow up in my face. 

My family name is ruined, and I have to fix what I’ve ripped. I’m not sure I have what it takes. The fate of my entire kind is on my shoulders, and I’m the only one who can make things right. But if I mess up again, it won’t just be my family that I break – our entire world will be ruined. 

Tomb Raider meets Touched in Reaper of Earth, a paranormal listen for those who love a dark twist.

2 reviews for Reaper of Earth (The Artifact Reaper Saga Book 1)

  1. Adriana Boehm

    This series has a lot of potential and I was in between a 3 and 4 stars for the rating. I liked the main character but I thought she was quite immature for an almost 20 years old. In my opinion, a little more character development and world building would have made a huge difference on the story. Christina’s actions did not make any sense to me. Her behavior was impulsive and she did not reason through anything to figure out the best outcome or consequences.

    I like that the story included not only reapers but witches and demons. Although, the other supernaturals were on the odd side. I definitely would have liked if the story had slowed down a bit with more world and character building so that some of their actions would have made more sense. It was a lot of information with little explanation or reasoning.

    Her parents are so strange that I’m not even sure they cared about her at all. Charlie was another character I did not understand. On one hand he hated her and the next time he is saving her. I felt like there was something missing in between the change of heart.

    Narration was ok. The narrator differentiated between the characters which is great but a bit monotone at times.

    There is a lot that is left hanging and I found it a bit too convenient how everything falls in place just right for her to complete her quest given by the strange council of reapers. I’m hoping the next books will explain what is behind the scenes.

    Overall it is an entertaining tale and I listened to it at one seating. I’m looking forward to finding out what will happen next.

  2. John Mckeown

    Very enjoyable for the start to what seems to be an interesting story found myself in-grossed in the heroines every move and blasted this book out in a day Narration was very good and had great characterisation amongst the different scenes and people portrayed by Shelley Reece. Story and plot by Jen L Grey has got some great potential to set out to be a cracker of a story line and has left me eager for more

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