Review: Soul Reborn by Jean Murray

March 22, 2013 Review 2

Title: Soul Reborn
Author: Jean Murray
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Soul Awakened
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Soul Awakened
Published by Cresent Moon Press
Source: Author
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

Soul Reborn

Soul Reborn (Key to the Cursed #1)

 

Ebook: 282 pages

Publisher: Cresent Moon Press

ISBN13: 9780982820063

Source: Author for an honest review

Genre: Paranormal Romance/Mythology

Series: Key to the Cursed #1

Stars: 5

Flames: 3

Summary

THE HUMAN REALM, HIS BATTLEFIELD.Asar, the Egyptian God of the Underworld, has been tortured and left soulless by a malevolent goddess, relegating him to consume the very thing he was commissioned to protect. Human souls.DEADLY SECRETS BETTER LEFT UNEARTHED.Lilly, fearless commander of the Nehebkau huntresses, is the only things standing in the way of the goddess’ undead army unleashing hell on earth.Now an empty shell of hatred, Asar vows to kill the goddess and anyone involved in her release, but fate crosses his path with a beautiful blonde huntress who has a soul too sweet to ignore. But Lilly has a secret-one she is willing to sell her soul to keep. If the Underworld god discovers her role in the dig that released the goddess, she will lose everything, including his heart.

Review

This book has everything I enjoy reading about. It has Archaeology, Egyptian gods and goddesses, curses and zombies. What more could I ask for? The next book asap that’s what. Luckily I happen to have it.

I enjoyed the writing of this story, the pace was just right for me and I liked the action/fighting scenes as well as the romance. The writing flowed very well and kept me interested through the entire book. One of the main parts of the book was the discovery of Lilly and her sister’s mother. I did figure it out quite a bit before it was revealed but it did not bother me to figure it out and not be surprised.

The main character Lilly is a huntress. She hunts down and kills the revens (zombies) on Earth to protect humans. She however takes on guilt and responsibility for everyone and everything. That is the one thing I would change about her because it does get irritating when she constantly takes responsibility for what others do but everyone has flaws and I have met a couple like this before.  Asar is definitely a force to be reckoned with but he meets his match with Lilly. I really enjoyed watching how the story builds and how the villain is caught.

I really can’t wait to read the next book and see what happens next.

Rachel

               

2 Responses to “Review: Soul Reborn by Jean Murray”

  1. V.S.Nelson

    Wow is right – what a review. Jean you must celebrate your hard work – its paying off!. Looking forward to reading more of your work. Virginia