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Full disclosure, I know Alysha Hayden, the author of The Keeper, and I must inform you of the fact that I absolutely adore her. However, if I didn’t believe her work was worth reviewing or that I couldn’t give it an unbiased review, I wouldn’t have asked her permission to review it. That said, let me sum up this short for you.
The Keeper is delightfully dark and engaging. In 43 digital pages, Alysha Hayden ropes you in with all kinds of love and then manages to keep you there with the loss. I highly recommend this to those that like emotionally hitting dark fantasy and who enjoy tragic tales.
I can honestly say I’m not for sure how much more we’ll see of Alysha Hayden, but I can say for certain that I love her dark style and hope she gives us more.
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Her beloved Abram was brutally murdered on their wedding day. Raven could not bare the loss and ended her own life right there in the church.
After being suspended in the darkness of death, Raven is re-animated by a stranger to become The Keeper of the dead. While conducting her duties to look after those interred in her cemetery grounds, Raven discovers that history has re-incarnated her beloved Abram only to have him pass once more. Raven oversees Abram’s funeral and she is shocked to find a living version of herself in attendance. Before Raven can get answers, history repeats and the living Raven commits suicide before her very eyes. It is only then that she realises this isn’t the first time fate has brought her beloved Abram back only to have her watch him die repeatedly. When the stranger who re-animated her returns, Raven discovers why she is The Keeper.