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Exiled from Pyralis for being too curious of a Fate, Corinthe has only one job as an Executor on earth before she can return home, and that is to make sure that a human’s fate happens. Simple enough. That is until she is tasked to take the life of the one person who actually understands her and is deeply attracted to. Of course, she just can’t bring herself to do it.

Corinthe, not being human, isn’t your standard character. She is hard to relate to and might be seen as awful writing. This isn’t the case though. She lacks the human emotions and typical teen angst, which makes her appear out of place, and this is because she is. Luc on the other hand is written perfectly as the teen male who swoops in and balances the book. You feel for him and his personal life and between the two, it makes for a balanced story. This book is a little rough at times to get through, but I think if the author writes this into a series, it will be well worth sitting through this book to set the premise for future ones.

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Author Lanie Bross
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 336 pages
Publisher Delacorte Press
Publish Date 2/11/2014
ISBN 9780385742825
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Issue May 2014
Category Young Adult


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