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Graveyard Shift (Lana Harvey, Reapers Inc. Book 1) by [Roquet, Angela]
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The Inferno has Evolved… Lana Harvey is a reaper, and a lousy one at that. She resides in Limbo City, the modern capital of the collective afterlives, where she likes to stick it to the man (the legendary Grim Reaper himself) by harvesting the bare minimum of souls required of her. She’d much rather be hanging out with Gabriel, her favorite archangel, at Purgatory Lounge. But when a shocking promotion falls in her lap, Lana learns something that could unravel the very fabric of Eternity. If the job isn’t completed, there could be some real hell to pay.

About the Author

Author Angela Roquet lives in Sedalia, Missouri with her husband and son. When she’s not swearing at the keyboard, she enjoys painting, goofing off with her family and friends, and reading books that raise eyebrows. You can find Angela online at www.angelaroquet.com

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1886 KB
  • Print Length: 259 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009M0ARH0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
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I read this book in one sitting. Miss Roquet has taken the concept of angels and demons and turned it upside down. I am buying the next book because I want to see how the story of Lana and Maalick turns out.
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Reaper Lana Harvey pulls souls from dying people, then transports them on her ship (co-owned with her friend Josie), across the Seat of Eternity, to other realms. Lana lives in Limbo City, a bureaucratic world with little pay, an obnoxious boss, and a love interest. For reasons Lana doesn’t understand, demons are trying to kill her. Those who may be in a position to help her, however, have hidden agendas and power-plays at stake.

Graveyard Shift is a fun, entertaining read that had me laughing in places. The demons, archangels, grim reapers, and ancient Gods from various deities share quirky, all-too human traits which is a refreshing change from other fantasy novels. Explanations of the bureaucratic levels and rules were a bit confusing at times, but it didn’t detract overall enjoyment of the book.

Given that this is the first installment in the Lana Harvey series, it’s no surprise that the story doesn’t end. Lana manages to accomplish her main quest, but clearly there’s a great deal more ahead for her. It’s uncommon to find an author who can pull off humor with dark subjects and grisly situations, but Angela Roquet is certainly one of them.
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Not a bad little book, but it just didn't hold my interest. There seemed to be an awful lot of unnecessary repetition centered around the equality of all religions on earth regardless of time frame. The actual plot seemed rather thin to me. But, it's all good as I got the whole Whispersync deal for about two bucks.
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This was a very entertaining, light, yet well written story. It was unpretentious and the world she created is very interesting. I liked the political side of it.

Some reviews have a point when they wrote that it was similar to other book characters pertaining the heroin and the type being similar to other stories. But if you do like the genre, and you need a light entertaining read, this really does the job. I totally disagree that it's a waste of time.

For a 0$ kindle book, it was extremelly refreshing to read something that was grammatically sound, and that did not look like a teenager was writting something about her girlfriends going on a night out, giggles and 'he's so dreamy' included... yes, there is some shopping, but at least it's not extreme and written in an immature way.

So all in all, it is worth more than the price, most definitely.
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I really loved this book. There are many layers of mystery in the story line and the writing is strong enough that you do not immediately know the ending after the first chapter. I also really enjoyed the main characters as they are not constantly described as beautiful and gorgeous and blah, blah,blah on and on.... she is not over the top, not too prim and proper, and you can see her good and bad qualities. There is a nice pace to the book and a rhythm to the authors writing that is enjoyable. She does not get too caught up in the history that you start skipping paragraphs, thank you so much for that! There is some slight sensual interactions although very mild, and very little vulgarity which was a welcome change. I also thought the sexual references were honestly written without being offensive.
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I'll start off by saying that this series has a solid premise and I'll definitely keep an eye out for other books in the series. It was an enjoyable read, one I finished basically in one go on a quiet day when I was camping last week.

That being said, there were a couple of things that bothered me a bit, but perhaps I'm being picky. I'm not entirely sure the romance between Maalik and Lana was necessary - I felt like it didn't add anything to the story and it might have been a bit rushed. The length bothered me a little (a bit on the short side) especially considering how rushed the romance seemed and how much world building went into coming up with the premise.

Again, I'm keeping an eye out for the next books in the series and will pick up the second book once I'm able.
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Lana Harvey is a reaper. She collects the souls of the dead an delivers them to their fate. It sounds simple, but Lana’s days are far from simple. Every soul goes to a specific location and if you are bound for the Christian Heaven, you can’t be sold to the Pagan afterlife.

Demons and Angels populate the story and both can be friend, foe, or otherwise.

Purgatory is held together with a peace agreement that is fraying at the edges. A secret threatens to drown the city in a holy war not seen for centuries, and it’s all up to Lana to fix. If only people would tell her the truth.

I recommend this story to anyone who likes an afterlife populated with beings as flawed as the humans on this side of death.
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Okay, it's a free book - how can I complain? The book is well written and the author has a lively imagination. As far as the characters being similar to those in similar types of novels, sure, but you can see similarities in many types of plots and characters.
While the book was an easy read, I quickly tired of the constant onslaught of new and ridiculous characters from the afterlife. I wish the author had concentrated more on plot development and less on the constant introduction of new characters in the afterlife.
The end was very anti-climatic and was the type of ending you'd expect where the first book was free and the author expected payment for the second. I haven't decided whether I'll buy subsequent books yet..
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