TITLE: Dead Camp 4, The End Game part 1
AUTHOR: Sean Kerr
SERIES: Dead Camp
PUBLISHER: Extasy Books
COVER ARTIST: Angela Waters
LENGTH: 283 pages
RELEASE DATE: June30, 2017
PRICE: $4.99 –e-book / $9.25 -paperback
Saying goodbye is too much for one heart to take.
As Eli comes to terms with his true identity, he, Isaiah and Malachi must flee from France as Morbius closes the net around them. Yet, saying goodbye to his home, and the love that he must leave there forever, proves to be more difficult than Eli could ever imagine.
Now Eli has to face the tumultuous events that transpired in Victorian England, and Malachi must face a return trip to the place of his birth and his death. London is waiting for them, and as they grieve for the loss that fills their broken hearts, each has a story to face and a dilemma to confront that could change their lives forever.
As London falls to Hitler’s deadly bombs, each must be prepared to say their goodbyes, because the end game has begun.
WARNING: If you have not read the first 3 books, DO NOT read this one until you have. This series cannot be read as standalones, and you will be at a total loss if you try. Now, moving forward or should I say let’s see what the past has for us.
This fourth installment has left me an utter mess. This author has ripped my heart from my chest and dispersed it all over different parts of the world. I have never been on a journey like this. I literally could not put this book down. Let me tell you, I have paid good money for some really good roller coasters, and none of them compare to the roller coaster Sean has taken me on. It’s intense, makes me laugh and has me balling my eyes out. I can’t seem to get a grip on my emotions in this series, but this 4th installment takes the cake.
SPOILER ALERT if you have not read the first 3 books – DO NOT proceed
My poor Eli just can’t catch a break. My heart went out to him when he held Gideon as he died in his arms after learning what he really is. He loved Gideon for so long, to have to watch him go up in ash was just shattering. Then, Ethan is taken by evil itself, and his situation is looking dim. And now, he must go find the dagger before it gets into the wrong hands. My, my Eli, Sean has given you a piece of my heart and won’t give it back. Now that you’ve got the book, go learn about why everything happened the way it did.
Then there’s Malachi, my dear sweet Malachi. You are the most amazing ghost I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. And even learning the truth, you are there for Eli, and he is really going to need you to get through this book. I’m happy that you and Isaiah are there with him. Sean has given you a piece of my heart when Eli takes you home. OMG I balled like a baby. I mean, ugliest of ugly cries.
There are so many characters I could talk about, but then this review would be as long as the book. There’s Danyiel, the beautiful angel that has crushed me. There’s the Queen and her nephew, the Prince that are Vampires too. There is Churchill. There is Melek and the Black Messiah. There is just so much in the past and in the present that are colliding and causing so much havoc.
Answers are coming out of the woodwork, and everything I thought I knew is all being questioned. Things I’ve thought I understood about the beginning are not as they are. Lives are lost, love is lost, but souls are repaired. Goodbyes are really hard, and I’m not ready to say them. Sean left another piece of my heart at the cemetery, and that’s all I can say about that. You need to go through this journey as I have and don’t forget your tissues.
***I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC. My review is an honest opinion of the book***