Suicide is for Mortals

Suicide is for Mortals A vampire a fairy and a ghost all climb into an ambulance If life is a funny thing death has a wicked sense of humor President Miranda Hutchinson orchestrated the dissolution of the magical colony o

  • Title: Suicide is for Mortals
  • Author: Alyson Miers
  • ISBN: 9781508610489
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • A vampire, a fairy and a ghost all climb into an ambulance If life is a funny thing, death has a wicked sense of humor.President Miranda Hutchinson orchestrated the dissolution of the magical colony of Rezarta following its attempted secession, and three years after her death, no one has any idea that a ghost remains.Journalist Scanlon Ness exposed the relationship betwe A vampire, a fairy and a ghost all climb into an ambulance If life is a funny thing, death has a wicked sense of humor.President Miranda Hutchinson orchestrated the dissolution of the magical colony of Rezarta following its attempted secession, and three years after her death, no one has any idea that a ghost remains.Journalist Scanlon Ness exposed the relationship between vampires and organized crime, but he can t protect himself from joining the ranks of the thirsty dead.The most perceptive eyes and ears of her generation belong to artist Meliana Lucas, but it is to her surprise when she sees the spirit of a woman who died but did not depart.Humanity s answer to the incompletely dead has long been to shun vampires and ignore ghosts Miranda needs to be heard, and Meliana won t let the barrier between living and haunting stand in her way There are some who don t want Miranda to regain her voice, and for someone like Meliana, the friendship of a ghost is no protection The paths of artist, ghost and newborn vampire will come crashing together, and they are not prepared for how the dust will clear.

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    1. Free, ARC, provided through NetGalley, thank you!Good plot hidden in this book, but it is hampered by an extremely slow start and a very talky narrative. In the beginning there are long passages with explanations and descriptions and more explanations and little to no direct speech or action. It makes for good world building, but it also makes the story drag a lot. I almost tossed the book several times in the beginning.There are several POVs and although that makes it more interesting, it also [...]

    2. I received a copy of Suicide is for Mortals through First Reads on . Thank you to Alison Miers for giving me the opportunity to read her book. The following review is, as always, my honest opinion.It takes place in a world filled with supernatural creatures, faeries, vampires, ghosts and the like. I am always up for that stuff, so enjoyed that aspect. Especially because it was played as being just part of life, the norm, and matter of fact. There was no character just finding out they exist. I r [...]

    3. During her tenure as President of the United States, Miranda Hutchinson passed the Magical Resettlement Act, which scattered the Magic-Handlers to all parts of the country. This allowed the vampires free rein to do as they pleased. When Miranda comes back as a ghost, she is able to make contact with Miliana, who along with her partner Clarice, want to help Miranda to cross over. Unfortunately this friendship causes Miliana to be targeted for a brutal vampire attack, of which she may not survive. [...]

    4. "Suicide is for Mortals" was an enjoyable read. Starting off a little slow I was pleasantly surprised. This book took on the elements of Vampires, Ghosts and Faeries in a way I was not expecting. It was nice to read a different take on these types of characters, but held enough of the classic elements to make it "believable".Alyson Miers does a fantastic job of pulling the reader into the story. The way she pulls it all together and you get the "ah-ha" moment is fantastic. Every good urban fanta [...]

    5. When I started this book I wasn't sure what was going on. It was a bit slow, but once it got going I was hooked. All the characters were likeable and even though the book flicked from character to character (something I usually hate in a book) it was easy to follow and I liked how this allowed the writer to expand on each of the many characters in a fluid motion that didn't feel forced . Really good storyline that moves away from the usual witches, vampires and magical folk stories that are floa [...]

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