Fury’s Death by Brey Willows (Afterlife, Inc. Book 3)

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Afterlife, Inc. | Book 3

Fun-loving fury Megara Graves is seriously tired of working so hard. With the world collapsing around her, she no longer has time for the hedonistic lifestyle she adores. When religion merges with politics and both gods and humans show their true colors, she wonders if it would be better to let the world burn itself to the ground.

Dani Morana, more commonly known as Death, is busy not just with people dying as usual, but with the deaths caused by Chaos as well. She’s been horribly lonely for a long time but knows no one could possibly love her for who she is. Overwhelmed when the world erupts in fear and violence, she needs someone to turn to.

Will Meg and Dani be able to find their way through the darkness enveloping the earth? Or will Death be the last one standing?

3 reviews for Fury’s Death by Brey Willows (Afterlife, Inc. Book 3)

  1. admin

    I’m a big fan of this series
    By Netgalley.com on Feb 2, 2018 12:02

    I’m a big fan of this series. As soon as I got this book, I had to read it immediately. I’m happy to say it was right up there in quality and enjoyment as the other two books were. After three books I have really grown to care and connect with all the characters in this fantasy world…

    The way these books work, each book stars one Fury sister. In this book it was Meg’s turn to shine. Meg is the fun sister who is a bit wild, but still cares about her job. While Meg continues to party and sleep with other gods, she feels she is missing something in her life. She doesn’t truly understand what it is, but she knows she always feels good around Dani. Dani is the name of Death. It is her job to collect souls from the dead and to see them delivered to their proper place. Dani is lonely as many people don’t care to be around death. She can’t help her attraction to Meg, but is too shy to do anything about it. Can an avenger of justice and Death actually work as a couple? And with Chaos unleashing her evil to the world will they even have the chance to find out?

    Dani has been my favorite secondary character from this series. She was so mysterious but something draws you to her anyway. I was so excited to hear Willows was going to have her star in this book. If anything Willows just made me like Dani even more. I think she has become my favorite character in the whole series. Willows used her imagination and just wrote her character really well. I think Dani fans will be happy with this book.

    I enjoyed the romance. It is on the slower moving side, but I liked that and thought it worked well for the book. We had to get to know Dani and Meg more, and this way it gave us time to. I think they might actually be my favorite couple of the series, though I really liked them all. There is also plenty of conflict with the gods, and Chaos causing trouble, I think Willows did a good job balancing the romance with everything else that was going on.

    …If you are a fan of this series, don’t hesitate to get this one…

    Reviewed by Lex Kent

  2. admin

    Every book in this series just keep getting better and better
    By Netgalley.com on May 14, 2018 10:05

    I don’t know what to say every book in this series just keep getting better and better. The three Fury sister’s are a force to be feared. What I love about this series is all the Gods mystical or not and not being preachy and hitting you over the head with religion…

    Reviewed by Teddy Lawrence

  3. admin

    Unique and thought provoking
    By Netgalley.com on Apr 3, 2018 11:04

    Let me start by saying that this series should be adapted for the screen. This story is so unique and thought provoking that I do believe that a lot of people would enjoy it if they knew about it.

    I have read all of the books in this series and have yet to be disappointed, every story is something new and you never realise that you wanted what happened until it happens.

    I was really looking forward to this book, especially since the author has been dropping hints about this couple since the first book.

    As morbid as this sounds, I really loved Death and the personality that was given to death by the author, this has to be one of the most well thought out characters in and exceptionally well thought out book.

    If you are looking for something that is relevant, different and has a bit of fantasy in it then you really need to read this book.

    Reviewed by Jade Faltain

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