Monday, September 9, 2013

Dark Souls by Ketley Allison

New Adult Urban Fantasy
Date Published: July 19, 2013

19-year-old Emily desperately wants a name for what she is. For what is consuming and torturing her. For what is changing her.

But she’s not crazy like her mother. She’s not.

Emily may not be as crazy as she thinks, because her body is no longer her own. Something is stirring inside her. It is soft, seductive, and tells her what to do to survive. As Emily learns that her world has been infected by demons that consume human souls and fit seamlessly into the bodies they empty, she must also accept that she is one of them. Yet, she is different from the rest, because her darkness didn’t inhabit her, it was awakened. And it doesn’t just want the humans.


Loved the mystery  trying through each page to find out what's really going on with our main character Emily.
Emily is just a wonderfully crafted character...I liked her a ton. I felt in tune with her. Which made that more of the story.
Really what enity is within her. hot but annoying...plays the typical male character rather well. I'm happy that this was not a love story, but the chemistry between Emily and Asher was definitely there. 

I enjoyed how this was not a light a fluffy mystery, but infused with a darker sense. Totally loved how our author went about every aspect of this story. 
It was well put together...characters that were believable,  and a pace that went smooth.
Over al wonderful.


Ketley Allison
Ketley Allison is a twenty-something (maybe almost thirty-something) author who believes that supernatural love shouldn’t stop at eighteen. She began her career by writing books as birthday presents for her friends (with her friend as the main character and opposite a super sexy lead, of course) before ending it in order to walk down a path she thought she was supposed to follow.

The writing bug never left her—and, in fact, would often bleed into the official papers she was supposed to write—so now Ketley’s putting down her suit and finally following her dream. While her friends are no longer the stars of her books, she still throws in bits and pieces of them into each and every one of her characters.

As a result, her books tend to focus a lot on friendships as well as love, because let’s be honest, friends are what really get you through—especially when your epic love turns into epic heartbreak.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for having me, BJ! And thanks so much for the wonderful review :)