Girl The Reaper

Girl The Reaper Cate Evans holds her father s life in her hands literally Death came for John Evans but dropped the token a star required in order to take him Now Cate has the star and along with that a choice no fo

  • Title: Girl The Reaper
  • Author: L.A. Rikand
  • ISBN: 9781466235649
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cate Evans holds her father s life in her hands literally Death came for John Evans but dropped the token a star required in order to take him Now Cate has the star, and along with that a choice no fourteen year old should have to make.Cate s father remains alive, and unaware of how close he came to dying Having the star however, has given Cate a gift or a curse, it s hCate Evans holds her father s life in her hands literally Death came for John Evans but dropped the token a star required in order to take him Now Cate has the star, and along with that a choice no fourteen year old should have to make.Cate s father remains alive, and unaware of how close he came to dying Having the star however, has given Cate a gift or a curse, it s hard to tell She can see and talk to the recently deceased who live inside a type of borderland And the borderland is an interesting place to a girl who keeps an open mind One downside is Death, who haunts Cate s every move All she has to do is give the star to her father and Death will take him and leave her alone.She s not going to do that.Cate can keep her ailing father alive indefinitely, or pass the star to him and say good bye Or is there another way is it murder if she passes it to someone who has nothing to live for GIRL THE REAPER is the extraordinary dilemma of an ordinary girl who learns that death can sometimes be a beginning instead of just an end.

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    1. I received Girl the Reaper from a giveaway. I liked the book, but it just wasn't a page turner for me, so it took some time for me to actually finish the book.Girl the Reaper focuses on the maturation of the main protangonist, Cate Evans. Even though there is a paranormal element to the story, it is merely an important catalyze that leads to Cate learning about faith, courage, and how to let goe way the book is formated is interesting. Each chapter is like a short story that doesn't neccessaril [...]

    2. Wow. I never doubted this girl could write, but not like this. Like the very best of Stephen King's bizarre characters and with the same attraction and immediacy I felt when reading Nicholas Evan's Horse Whisperer.Ten minutes after it plopped on my mat, I'm already three chapters in - Cate feels very real to me and my living room is turning into a Wisconsin farm. Yummy.I was the sort of girl who still had Christmas chocolates left at Easter and Easter eggs still kicking around at the end of the [...]

    3. I picked this book to read for a Challenge (highest rated book on my TBR list) because it had a 5 star rating and the book concept seemed interesting. After starting it I realized there was only 2 reviews of the book so the 5 star rating was a bit skewed. After finishing the story I think I would give it a solid 3.5 stars. This book makes me go back and forth between its ok and I liked it. The concept was good and it was a pretty easy read but I stayed interested in the book more because of want [...]

    4. Growing up on a farm like the author did, I could relate to many of the storiesn't wait for the authors next book!

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