Thursday, July 25, 2013

The Collector (Dante Walker #1)

Rating : 3.5 stars
Read : April 18, 2013
Format read : Kindle Edition

Dante Walker is the bad guy. 
He is conceited, self-absorbed and thinks he is the best think that ever happened to the world.

And I ended up laughing and enjoying to be in his head...

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So, in case you're wondering, Dante Walker is a soul collector. Working for the guy downstairs, he goes around earth to "label souls". When he gives someone his stamp, it means that person did a bad action and so, a step closer to hell.

Now, to get a promotion with Boss man, we most collect Charlie's soul in 10 days. He must get her to make a deal, in exchange of wishes , she gave away her soul.

So what started with an assignment becomes something more...if in the start he couldn't care why it was important to get Charlie's soul, he soon realize that with her, he was looking and questioning his own humanity or what's left of it.

And that was the thing that sold me to this story, i LOVED to see Dante's transformation and above all his journey to see he isn't as bad as he thought and that everyone can get a chance of redemption. 

And well, it was great to see when we really starts seeing Charlie and fells in love with her.
She glances at the rim,takes a deep breath, pulls the ball up --and shoots. It's the world's worst shot. The worst. But it makes me so damn proud I could freakin' scream. 


So if you're looking for a fun read, with action packed scenes and yes, romance too...this one is for you!

You sure will be having fun with Dante...he is delicious!!!

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  1. I actually started reading this but it didn't get my attention for long. I wasn't even 50% finished when I decided it was a DNF... However, I kind of wanted to know how it was gonna end.
    Great review as always ;)

    1. Well, I get why you DNF! I found it amusing, and it was a quick read although in many parts way to predictable. I confess, the reason I read it was because of Dante, he is obnoxiously hilarious,aha.
      Thank you Ana ;)