At first, along with Nora, I was like get with a zombie ewwwwwwww lol But as I slowly got to know Bram, I fell for him along with Nora. But dammit, I'm disappointed. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I would have liked more description in terms of architecture, as one example.
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Okay so I could go on and on and on about Bram but what about the book you ask?
Dearly, Departed (Gone With the Respiration, #1) by Lia Habel
There was hardly any contact with the outside world and the real plotting and action comes later. Bram Griswold is — was — a Punk. And also-- there are NO love triangles!! The reason she bored me a little was that I mostly just couldn't get enough of Nora and Bram.
When she's kidnapped by a group of undead soldiers, she's forced to see the world in a way she's never had to before. But until then, beating or not, their hearts will have what they desire. He's never tasted human flesh. Perhaps in the 2nd book?
Check out Happy Indulgence for more reviews! So — thank you very much, Netgalley and Lia Habel. In the case of Dearly, Departedsome of them don't seem necessary, and from the first several chapters you'd get the false impression that there are only two POVs.
I for one as long as it is well written; do not mind.
She was brave and a great friend to Nora. But fate is just getting started with Nora.
Dearly, Departed: A Zombie Novel by Lia Habel | r23.info: Books
I loved the romance in this book. She somehow made her zombies cute! Two or three is okay You've got Nora, sassy and dainty, Pamela, her strong-willed and righteous friend, and Bram, the captain zombie love interest.
Now Nora herself is immensely valuable to all of them, both sides of this hidden zombie war. Secretly, I was hoping zombies would kill her because she seemed so superficial. Will you ever make this a movie or tv show? Upon delving into science, I felt like I was listening in on an interesting biology lecture about proteins. It is, unfortunately, also a very frustrating novel in many ways, mainly because it has major flaws that stand in the way of a really terrific story.
When I had the ARC in hand, it includes a letter from the senior editor, who talks a little bit about Lia Habel and how her YA debut came to be publ The first two things that caught my attention about this book were the cover art and the title. I love how the steampunk aspect of the world is combined with modern technology!
Lea LC's Adventures in Libraryland Dearly, Departed Eterna Saudade. Cyprian's School for Girlsobserving a mourning period, coins in puddings, bustled gowns of "emerald faille with a fashionable ruffled hem that whispered upon the grass," Elysian Habl, yellow journalism, various names of import including Alencar and Evola, the propriety of calling cards and visiting customs, taxidermy, china dolls, and so on and so forth.
It's a reviewing cliche to use phrases like "I really wanted to like this" or "it had so much potential" Yet something else lurks in the background and could be of catastrophic pre-portions. I've heard some other people say this too, but I'm going to repeat it because it was a refreshing change of pace: Do you want to imagine illicit zombie smoochies? Trying to fight them off, she is hagel just in time by a team of soldiers—also zombies, but turns out they are the good guys.
I was expecting a so-so 3-star book when I requested this on Amazon Vine. I liked the explanations as to why the zombies crave fluids and proteins their bodies are drying out and their own body tissues don't rebuild on their ownas well as the fact that the author thought through the sicknesses and the "cures.
Yeah, like I needed the zombies to find me any liq delicious.