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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Book Review: LETHAL INHERITANCE

Title: Lethal Inheritance
Author: Tahlia Newland
Release date: October 10, 2012
Rating: 4/5
Publisher: Catapult Press
Book Synopsis:





If last night was real, Ariel should be dead. She’s not, but her mother has disappeared, there are bruises on her neck and the hideous beast in the photo looks frighteningly familiar.

You can’t send police into a tunnel that doesn’t exist after a villain they can’t see, so when shadow demons kidnap her mother, Ariel has to mount the rescue mission herself. Hot on the trail, she enters a hidden layer of reality only to find that the demons are hunting her, and they feed on fear. Ariel must defeat them before they kill her and enslave her mother. But how do you kill terrifying demons when your fear makes them stronger?

A quirky old guide teaches her how to locate and unleash her inner power, and while battling hallucinogenic mist, treacherous terrain, murderous earth spirits and self-doubt, she falls in love with Nick, a Warrior whose power is more than either of them can handle.

Ariel’s journey challenges her perception, tests her awareness and takes her deep into her heart and mind to confront, and ultimately transcend, her fear and anger.

Review:

If you like demons and crazy adventures than this book is the one for you!

Waking up to demons taking my mother would probably be the worst thing in the world.

Finding out that I'm the only one who could save her would probably scare the crap out of me.

Discovering that this was planned since before I was born would probably worry me to no end, since there are people who are looking to me to save them.

Those are just the things that Ariel faces in Lethal Inheritence by Tahlia Newland.

I loved the descriptions and the characters themselves. It was told very well, but I think the only thing that made me a little disappointed was how the demons were killed. I liked the whole idea that the demons feed on fear, but the way the die isn't the most "heroic" I guess I would say.

It was a very good page turner that anyone any age would enjoy!

I thoroughly enjoyed the book! Thanks, Tahlia for including me in another tour!
  M.A.Chase

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