Immortal Remains by Sean Cummings

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There were many things about Immortal Remains that I enjoyed. Tim Reaper, the main character and the POV you get, was a delight. I laughed out loud at least once in every single chapter. Whether it be because of his witty comments to others or the conversation he has with the reader. I assure you, if you have any sarcastic humor, you will find many quotes within the pages of Immortal Remains. And while Tim Reaper stands out the most, he’s not the only enjoyable character in the novel.

The story was interesting, but not unique. I believe it’s self-published, so there are a few grammar issues littered throughout, but honestly the only reason you find them is because you become engrossed in the novel. Also, there were a few things that didn’t add up; Amy comes out of nowhere making it hard to believe the connection between her and Tim. The sniper wasn’t very good at his job even though he’s a professional.

Overall, it’s a fun read.

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BOOK • DETAILS

T I T L E: Immortal Remains

S E R I E S: A Tim Reaper Novel

A U T H O R: Sean Cummings

P U B L I S H • D A T E : August 1, 2016

P U B L I S H E R: Back Alley Books

I S B N:  9780978381769

fantasy, supernatural, urban fantasy

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He’s not a detective and he doesn’t give a crap if your spouse is cheating on you. Human and supernatural beings avoid him like the plague because if you get too close he’ll gleefully tell you the time and date of your own demise and that’s before he punches you in the face.

For nearly one hundred years, Tim Reaper (yes, that’s what he calls himself) has been living as a fixer, a rum runner, an enforcer and occasionally, a gumshoe. He hasn’t aged a day because of his habit of borrowing the bodies of the recently deceased. (A convenient trick when you’re on the lam.) Banished to the human world for tinkering with the natural order of life and death, he’s kept himself busy with a peculiar hobby: ending the lives of murderers and serial killers alike.

Except now, the bodies are piling up in Mexico City, Boston and the port city of Halifax. In fact, someone just found a corpse at the shipping terminal and it’s not entirely human. Called on by the Holy See to put an end to the madness, Reaper is about to learn that this particular serial killer has a hate-on for heavenly bodies and even the Supreme Being will pay the bounty if it means saving humanity from the abyss.
 

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