Thursday, September 19, 2013

Summer Spotlight: The Beautiful Dead by Daryl Banner


Welcome to Summer Spotlight! Lately I've gotten a number of requests through email from authors to read their books. While I'm always happy to receive those emails, it isn't very often I get to accept the books for review. Hence, I've created Summer Spotlight. If there's a book or author I feel deserves more attention than I'm currently able to give them/it, I'll post it. This is to promote the books and authors and gather opinions from readers. I hope we can all have fun and enjoy this new (intermittent) feature!

The first book to receive a Summer Spotlight is The Beautiful Dead by Daryl Banner


She’s dead.

In fact, the whole world’s dead. Every single person, apparently. Unburied and reimagined into a beautiful living-dead woman called Winter, she is doomed to spend the rest of eternity in a quaint, peaceful city with no hunger, no sickness and no bills to pay. Her Second Life is perfect in every way possible. 

So why is she so bent on destroying it all? 

After angering the mayor, befriending rebel headless teenagers and igniting romance with a dark and brooding neighbor, she finds herself wrestling madly with a First Life she cannot remember and this Second Life she cannot accept. Not to mention the maniacal army of rotting corpses who want her dead. Again. 

But none of that matters in comparison to an even worse problem. There’s a guest in her house. A rude, good-looking man on the run ... a man with a heartbeat

I'm always interested in books dealing with the afterlife. It can be such a fascinating subject. I wonder if Second Lifer's memories are erased in order to prevent conflict in the great beyond. Sounds like it would cause more problems and confusion. We'll have to read and see. Winter seems like one kick-butt heroine. Also, The Beautiful Dead is only 99 cents on Kindle right now! Click here to snag it for your e-reader and tell me if it's as awesome as I'm thinking. Post a comment about The Beautiful Dead if you're read it please!

Here's the link to The Beautiful Dead on Amazon Kindle (Only 99 cents!) and other online retailers. 


Want to check out some of Daryl Banner's antics? Find him below!



Happy Reading,

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