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mobi Õ Twice Dead ✓ ↠ Naya the daughter of a sea merchant captain nervously undertakes her first solo trading mission in the necromancer friendly country bordering her homeland of Talmir Unfortunately she never even makes it to the meeting She's struck down in the streets of Ceramor MurderedBut death is not the end for Naya She awakens to realiReets of Ceramor MurderedBut death is not the end for Naya She awakens to realize she's become an abomination a wraith a ghostly creature bound by runes to the bones of her former corpse She's been resurrected in order to become a spy for her co This book had so much potentialunfortunatelythe author concentrated too much on things I didn't care about and this just made for one boring BORING readRTCReceived an ARC via Netgalley for an honest review

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Naya the daughter of a sea merchant captain nervously undertakes her first solo trading mission in the necromancer friendly country bordering her homeland of Talmir Unfortunately she never even makes it to the meeting She's struck down in the st I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Twice Dead follows the story of Naya the daughter of a sea captain who suddenly finds herself dead But that isn’t the end of her story Resurrected she becomes a spy and set on a mission to save her country Embroiled in politics romance and murder Naya must decide if she can betray the man she’s grown to love to save her country I was drawn to this initially because the plot sounded really uniue for a YA and I was intrigued to know how the world building would progress The descriptions and overall writing are good We get a decent explanation of how the magical elements in the world work and what Necromancy can do without it coming across as too much of a information dump However there was definitely scope for as we don’t really get to see much of the wider world and the reason behind why people dislike Necromancy so much The plot itself is also really slow and not much happens for a long time meaning I often found it difficult to keep going It felt like a set up for future novels at times too which I found disappointing The characters also aren’t really fleshed out all that well meaning I didn’t form any kind of lasting impression about any of them Naya doesn’t really have much of an opinion of her own rather blindly following the advice and guidance of others rather than making her own assumptions which I found a little annoying at times She doesn’t have much of a backbone and doesn’t even manage to make a decision about anything until well into the story Her potential love interest also felt really cliched and obvious There’s no subtlety which I think would have compelled me to the characters There was massive potential here with such an interesting magical backstory I just wish I’d enjoyed the characters

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Twice DeadUntry Reluctantly she assumes the face and persona of a servant girl named Blue She never intended to become embroiled in political plots kidnapping and murder Or to fall in love with the young man and former necromancer she is destined to betra What makes a person a person? Is it their soul? In a world where necromancers can “sing” a person back to life Caitlin Seal takes us into the world she has created with TWICE DEAD a tale of intrigue betrayal and political machinations as one girl must struggle to discover who she can trust as well as who can trust herNaya thought she was on a merchant’s mission for her father when she is murdered The land of Ceramor practices necromancy something abhorred in her land but Naya awakens to discover she has been brought back to life Is she now the very monsters her land has feared? Is she a soulless creature of darkness or has she become a pawn in an evil game of deceit and political machinations?Caitlin Seal has created something different in the young adult fantasy genre with main characters that are likable relatable but not as fleshed out as they could have been I absolutely loved the concept the twists and how uniue this tale is and I see this series becoming something to be sure to follow even though there were times when I wanted information then again I’m not the target audienceThere is a lot of story between these pages and a lot of movement going on for sure enough that I know I’ll be back for political intrigue moral dilemmas and a budding romance that may or may not get off the ground as we watch these characters develop depth and the plot thickenI received a complimentary ARC edition from Charlesbridge TeenSeries The Necromancer's Song Book 1Publisher Charlesbridge Teen September 18 2018Publication Date September 18 2018Genre YA fantasyHardcover 336 pagesAvailable from | Barnes NobleFor Reviews Giveaways Fabulous Book News follow