Friday, February 6, 2015

Review: Becoming death by @dtdyllin

Becoming Death (The Death Trilogy #3)
Title: Becoming Death
Author: D.T. Dyllin
Series: Death Trilogy #3
Release Date:
October 31st 2014
Format: Paperback & Ebook
Tik Tok Press 
Source: complimentary copy in exchange of an honest review

Samantha’s tired of being the pawn in a game she didn’t realize she was playing. She’s determined to discover the answers she needs to save Austin, and the strength to set them both free. But when all the players are finally revealed, Sam’s left to wonder... Will love conquer all, or will death consume everything in its path?

D.T. DyllinD.T. Dyllin is a bestselling author who writes both New Adult and Adult Romance. As a romance junkie, anything with a love story is her kryptonite and her obsession is what first drove her to begin twisting her own tales of scorching romance.

D.T. was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Black & Gold for life, baby!) She now lives in Little Rock, Arkansas with her husband and two spoiled German Shepherds.
(Author photo credit: Stephanie Saujon of La Photographie Nashville)

Becoming Death is book three in this trilogy created by the talented D.T. Dyllin, if you haven't read the previous books you shouldn't read this review.

Becoming Death is the book where we finally learn the truth. It's the book that brings all the answers for the tricky web created around Sam and her love ones.

Sam will finally discovered why she and Austin have been chased, what do they really want with them and their powers. Of course, super incredible secrets will be revealed. So as you see... action and suspense are always present.

One of the good things about these books is the darkness in them. This one doesn't dissapoint when we talk about the deepness of the emotions. When dealing with death you can expect dark characters who explore the different shades of it and forgetting their humanity.

Another typical occurence in this trilogy is how complex and intricate is the past and its consequences. In this installment little by little everything comes clear and every loose end is resolved.
Again we have the flashbacks from the past, a good resource to refresh the previous events and stay tunned with what is happening.

The book alternates POV between Sam, Austin and Nixon, which is great because it allows to have a look at the bigger picture. We can understand the choices each character makes.

I was sort of expecting surprises that blow up my mind, however, there are no words to describe some of the shit that happens here. The author created such a solid and intriguing world where you never know what's next.

Of course romance is present. The relationship between Sam and Austin is so strong that you could read only about it leaving the rest of the story aside. Their passion is a force to recon and the tension between them and Nixon is incredible.

I have to say that I love the sense of danger present during the book, the feeling of being on the edge of falling into abyss. Sam is a great character and I'm happy about the great book she has to end the trilogy.

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