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So i got this and decided to play a prank on my girlfriend thinking it would make her glow in the dark. well long story short it actually probably maybe kind of killed her. I panicked and buried her in the cemetery down the street. So i'm sittin in the living room all mopey when i hear a noise outside. when i get up to look i see her walking down the street and she's glowing! it's a miracle! not sure who those other people are with her shambling around like mindless drones, but i figured she was gonna throw me a surprise party and maybe apologize for dying. maybe those other people are friends or somethin. man this party is gonna be huge!
I have to honestly say that I really loved this book. I had looked at Kiss I do not know how many times at the local bookstore. I would pick it up and always put it back, but I was intrigued by the cover. It had me thinking all sorts of things about the story. I had thought that Ted Dekker only wrote Christian fiction. I have nothing against this genre but I had never read a lot of it and didn't really care for it. I have read some Dee Henderson, which I enjoyed, but that was about it.This book changed my mind and I am glad that I bought it.
Erin Healy has co authored a few books with Ted Dekker and is soon to have her novel, Never Let You Go to be released in January 2010. Ted and Erin have a new novel coming out called Burn to also be released in January 2010.
The main character Shauna, who ended up in a coma after a car accident that also injured her brother. He ended up with a brain injury and it wiped out her memory of the previous six months. Shauna's father is running for President and has some dark secrets. Shauna and her father have been estranged for a long time and Shauna does not like her stepmother, who is just a nasty person who abused her in her younger years. She will not allow Shauna to see her brother at all and blames Shauna for what happened to.
After the accident Shauna finds that she is able to "take" peoples memories, and she does not remember anything that happened prior to the accident. With the help of a boyfriend she does not remember, they try to figure out what caused the accident or whether it was just an accident or something more sinister. She tries to find out what her fathers secrets are. Since her accident and memory loss she has a hard time deciding who she can trust.
She also has drug charges and criminal negligence charges against her. She begins to suspect that people who she thinks she trusted turn out to have different ideas and she realizes that someone is trying to kill her for what she knows or what they think she knows. Whoever is after her does not want her to remember what happened. To say any more would spoil the read for you.
Kiss is a suspenseful, paranormal thriller that you will not want to put down. Just when you think something will happen, the story spins in a different direction more suspensful than before. As a matter of fact I would read it at night untill the book would fall on the floor, I liked it that much. I know I will be reading more of Ted Dekker and Erin Healy novels.
I highly recommend it. Go get a copy and I am sure you will feel the same.
Few characters in history have been so thoroughly denigrated and demonized as Thomas Cromwell. Yes, there was a ruthless streak to his personality but then again the age he lived in wasn't for the faint of heart. Cromwell ultimately prospered by doing Henry VIII's dirty work for him only to be discharged when the mercurial and increasingly paranoid monarch felt shortchanged in the process.
The genius of Hilary Mantel's historical trilogy is making Cromwell a real human being as opposed to the feral caricature of a scheming manipulator we're used to being presented with. She's also very good at portraying Tudor England's terrifying transformation from common law equilibrium to authoritarian police state where any claim to conscience was inherently suspicious if not outright criminal.
Mantel is particularly masterful in her frequently surprising use of period language. It takes a highly skilled and aware etymologist to get it this right without the slightest hint of an anachronism throughout the entire novel. I can't recommend Bring Up The Bodies too highly and I'm very much looking forward to the third and final installment of the trilogy.