Review: Murderess by Daya Marnin


Publisher: Morphus
Publishing Date: May 2014
ISBN: 9781632959546
Genre: Fantasy
Rating: 4.7/5

Publisher Description: Lu Killer never wondered if her name was strange. ‘Killer’. How was she to guess her ancestors fought ferociously against the royal family for generations? How was she to know her family lived in a completely different world called Greywall’d? All that 16-year-old Lu cared for was when she could next listen to her music, next be left to her own devices and when she could truly feel at peace.

Review: Trippin’ on the cover art. Really like it.

This novel was a “Oh crap it’s 1 am, I have to get up for work. Oh Crap it’s 3 am….” The world this young author has created is just spectacular. The characters, and I mean all of them, are built wonderfully. The scene development puts you right in there alongside Lu and coupled with the constant movement makes for a riveting read.

I have to say when this novel ended I was disappointed. I just wanted to keep on reading about the alternate (parallel) world of Greywall’d. Not going to give anything away in this review. Just GET IT, NOW!


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