She’s supposed to enjoy her sophomore year, not learn about some freaky future Destiny says she has no choice but to fulfill.
It doesn’t take long for Quincy to realize the only way out of the game is to play along especially since Death can find her anyway, anywhere, anytime. And does.
Like when she’s reassuring her friends she wants nothing to do with former best friend Ben Moorland, who’s returned from god-knows-where, and fails. Miserably.
Instead of maintaining her coveted popularity status, Quincy’s goes down like the Titanic.
Maybe ... just maybe ... that’s okay.
It seems, perhaps, becoming a grim reaper isn’t just about the dead but more about a much needed shift in Quincy’s priorities—from who she thinks she wants to be to who she really is.
I love the chick-lit, light-hearted feel of this cover! Even though I have read a few books that have the same trainee Reaper theme, (Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamers series - which unfortunately I didn't particularly enjoy reading), I would still definitely be interested in reading Reaper. The byline, "Death calls at the most inconvenient times" teamed with the tongue and cheek image of the girl holding an scythe, would definitely have attracted me to this book in my local book store.
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