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Stormi's Review: A Life of Death (A Life of Death #1) by Weston Kincade


PUBLISHER: Weston kincade

RELEASED: June 18, 2017)

GENRE: Paranormal, horror

LENGTH: 332 pages

FORMAT: ebook, Paperback







Alex Drummond is a troubled high school senior with a checkered past, a broken home, and a surprising ability. When he touches items that murder victims held in their final moments, Alex relives the events in gruesome detail, seeing what they saw, thinking their thoughts, and even feeling what they felt. But who will believe a troubled teen, especially when the murders are so close to home and might reveal skeletons hidden for hundreds of years? Join Alex as he struggles to find his destiny, understand love, solve the mysterious murders within his small home town, and speak for victims who can no longer speak for themselves.


Alex is living a life he hates. His father dies and when his mother remarries he is beaten by his stepfather. He is waiting for the day he can leave. He is then given a gift, or maybe a curse. He begins touching items that others have touched during their death. While touching these items he sees the deaths as they occur. Now the biggest question is what to do with this knowledge? This book was dark, yet fantastic. It is an intriguing story of a young boy with an amazing gift. With this gift he helps his family the little that he can, with many losses along the way. I have to say I cried more than once during this book. It is very touching and heart wrenching to read some of the things that young Alex faces on a daily basis. Young Glory and her mother Helen both held me deeply enthralled and feeling such sorrow for them. Honestly, this book was amazing. It is written in such a way that the reader can not just read it like another book. It grabs you by the heart and won't let you go. I can't wait to read more from this author and in this trilogy.

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