Review of Early to Death, Early to Rise by Kim Harrison

I’ve been awaiting the second Madison Avery book, Early to Death, Early to Rise,with much anticipation. I’m not disappointed. Dark Time Keeper Madison and her own personal gang of Scoobies are back, trying to change how the reapers handle potentially bad souls. Madison believes people should be given the choice to change their futures, before they make the bad decisions that cause the Dark Reapers to take their soul to keep it pure. Light Time Keeper Chronos only wants to slap a Guardian Angel on the person to keep them safe from the Dark Reapers, which can only cause problems as far as Madison is concerned.

While still trying to figure out her new abilities, Madison must try to save an unknown computer hacker from setting loose a virus that will kill six people in a hospital. If she can find him before Chronos does, she can try to convince him not to make the wrong choices and if she can’t change his mind, her Dark Reapers will take his soul. She doesn’t have much time to work with before Chronos will take notice of their “mark” and once he does, he’ll be gunning for her too.

I still need to go back and read Madison’s debut in Prom Nights from Hell.It’s in my pile of books to get to and I’m sure it will make it to the top sooner or later. Until them, I’ll be waiting for the next installment.

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