The Reapers Are the Angels: A Novel. Alden Bell
ISBN: 0805092439,9780805092431 | 240 pages | 6 Mb
The Reapers Are the Angels: A Novel Alden Bell
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
The Reapers are the Angels has strong echoes of I Am Legend by Richard Matheson, in the haunting beauty of the story and the horrific turn of events that come out of the blue. What I didn't realise though was just how good a time it was going to be. Whenever anyone tells me that Zombie novels cannot be literature, that they will never be as devastatingly brilliant, emotional and tragic as a novel like The Road, I point them in the direction of The Reapers Are the Angels. First, it's a dystopian novel, which I enjoy. I once told myself: IF I am accepted into grad school, this blog would no longer be updated. When I realised that 'The Reapers' was a zombie book then I knew I was going to have a good time with it. Zombies are such a trend and lately I feel that I had quite enough of this theme, but when Alden Bell's debut novel, “The Reapers are the Angels”, came into my attention I was intrigued by the synopsis of the book. His novel The Reapers Are the Angels won a 2011 Alex Award, YALSA's award for books written for adults that have appeal for teen readers. When I first heard about The Reapers are the Angels, three things attracted me to it. The Reapers are the Angels Book: The Reapers are the Angels ISBN-13: 978-0805092431. Book Review: The Reapers Are the Angels by Alden Bell. A great choice for us adult fans of YA, as the book features a 15-year-old protaganist (Temple) who is insanely tough and likable. The Reapers Are the Angels is crossover YA, and was actually written for adults.
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