Graveyard Shift: (Lana Harvey, Reapers Inc.)

The Inferno has Evolved… Lana Harvey is a reaper, and a lousy one at that. She resides in Limbo City, the modern capital of the collective afterlives, where she likes to stick it to the man (the legendary Grim Reaper himself) by harvesting the bare minimum of souls required of her. She’d much rather be hanging out with Gabriel, her favorite archangel, at Purgatory Lounge. But when a shocking promotion falls in her lap, Lana learns something that could unravel the very fabric of Eternity. If the job isn’t completed, there could be some real hell to pay.

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3 Comments

  1. I give props for the totally incredible new world presented in this book. Think Greek gods, Egyptians, deities, angels and so on, all living in some kind of other dimension with Limbo in the middle as a safe port to everyone where reapers are little more than slaves and souls are the coin. 

  2. Sometimes glowing reviews aren’t helpful. I hate it when I read great reviews & get my hopes up. Some of these glowing reviews here & on Goodreads have favorably compared this series to several of my favorite urban fantasy series, and unfortunately I went into this story with high expectations. Our heroine is NOT as humorous as Queen Betsy, nor is she as spunky as Sookie Stackhouse or as tough as Mercy Thompson. It’s an okay story, no grammar issues–which is why it got 3 stars from me–but other than grossing me out a time or…

  3. I really, really wanted to like this book… This book has such a promising opening, and a very disappointing ending. I LOVE the world that the author has created: the entire book takes place in the afterlife, and it’s a different version of the afterlife than any I’ve seen proposed (and yet, it’s so simple, that I can’t believe I haven’t seen it before!). I like the characters and appreciate the author’s sense of humor. About halfway through the book, my favorite quote appears: “Oh! Sweet Jesus! I…

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