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Title: The Last Nevromancer

Author: C. J. Archer

Stars: 4

Pages: 270

Genre: Supernatural Romance

Age rating: 14+

Series: Ministry of Curiosities

Books: The Last Necromancer, Her Majesty's Neceomancer, Grave Expectations


Releases: Grave Expectations (2016)

Other Books by this author: Assassin's Guild, Emily Chambers Spirit Medium, Freak House

Positive review: I really loved how slow the romance built up, it just kept me entranced and I has to keep on reading.

Negative review: The wait for the next book is agony, as I suspect many feel the same way when waiting for the final conclusion.

Overall review: It is a must read for anyone and everyone.

Summary: My name is Charlie, and I am a sewer rat. I live on the streets and I smell like the streets. Anyone in my gang would sell me out for next to nothing, and that's exactly what they did.

They're looking for Charlotte, but I don't know who she is. I don't know where she is.

I'm Charlie, the 13 year old guttersnipe you kidnapped to find answers. I won't tell what I know, and I won't reveal my secrets.

If they knew my secret, that I'm not who I say I am, that I'm not what I say I am, then I don't know what would happen. But I know it's not gonna be good.

My name is Charlie, but maybe that's not really me.

*Originally published on 29 December 2015 to http://teenbookwormreviews.over-blog.com/*

The Last Necromancer (by C.J. Archer)
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