I gave ‘Kiss of Death’ a four and a half stars!
This book was one of the random picks of this years challenge and my goodness am I glad I picked it up. One Saturday morning I was ready to start a new book after finishing ‘The Hunted’ and I walked past my bookcase on the way out and my hand was drawn to this one!
This may not be for everyone but it was meant for me to pick it up. I really did enjoy it. It begins with a prologue focusing on a man called RT who destines to be with his love. However being in 1666 the Black Death plagued the city of Eyam and forced the people into quarantine, meaning RT was forced into life without his fiancé.
We move to the present day where we follow the group of teens who are on a history trip to the city of Eyam to learn about the plague and the stories behind it. Two of the trio decide to take something that belongs to Eyam and pay the consequences dreadfully. Seth has to find ways to bury the pas safely where it belongs.
This book is hooking instantly, makes you want to keep reading and flows really well. It is an easy read and I say that positively. It gets right to the point without any faff and is a really nice length for those who prefer shorter books. This is for sure a weekend read, cosying up or in the sun! I read this over 3 days and genuinely felt like forgetting it so I could read it again!
Thank you so much for reading. Have you read this book? If so let me know and if not, would you?