Sunday, July 12, 2009

Death's Daughter by Amber Benson

Death's Daughter is a science-fiction book about the family of Death himself. One of his three daughters doesn't like the family business and enchanted herself to think she was a human when she was in college. For the past few years, she has been living a completely normal life. That is, up until now. When her father and older sister are kidnapped, she may have to not only return to her family but take over the family business as well. Too bad the person competing for the job happens to be very, very hot...

I thought this book was very confusing. The scenes changed very quickly and I had a hard time keeping up with everything because the main character was the narrator of the story, so she often added unneeded details and not enough to explain the story. Because the story was science fiction, there was also lots of new terms and words. They were not well-explained or described, and I felt very lost. Overall, it was not well-explained, but I liked the main idea.

This book contained many thoughts of sex and other adult content because of it's first-person narration.

Reviewer Age:13

Reviewer City, State and Country: Braintree, MA United States of America