Monday, October 7, 2013

Book Review: Death and Mr. Right by: Kendra L. Saunders

Release Date: October 1, 2013 from Spence City
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Source: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.

"It is March 32nd, the day that doesn't exist, and Death, the agent of nightmares, has been demoted and exiled to live among mortals for the rest of his unnaturally long life. Everyone knows They don't look lightly on important items getting lost or an agent falling in love.

Can the diva-like Death navigate the modern world, recover what was stolen from him (the names of the damned ooops!) and get his job back? Or will he fall in love with Lola, the pretty thief who got him into all this trouble in the first place?"

My Thoughts:

Death and Mr. Right is a fun and quirky read with some dark undertones. It’s not a book to be taken too seriously and one that you should just sit back and enjoy. It’s the kind of read you pick up when you need a break from more serious books. 

Our main character Death is a funny one and easily my favorite character of the bunch. His thought process was hysterical and I loved how he would constantly go off on tangents inside his head. He didn’t always think before he spoke, which led to some very funny conversations. Then we had Mr. Right, who I wish I could have gotten to know better. I feel like I don’t really know why he did some of the things he did. I liked him, but I wanted to understand him better. Last but not least, we had Lola and she is the character I struggled with most. Honestly, I didn’t like her a lot of the time. I thought she caused more trouble than she was worth. 

Speaking of Lola and trouble, she really is the catalyst for all of Death’s problems. So I didn’t get his attraction to her. I don’t really know what he saw in her. I also didn’t see their connection. I saw that they got along, but they felt more like friends than anything else to me. 

The plot in the story was interesting, albeit confusing at time. The story constantly switched perspective and it wasn’t always easy to keep up with. With that, because of the switching it felt as if too much was always going on at once. All of the story lines led to one outcome, but as it was all progressing it wasn’t always easy to keep up with the switching from one story line to the next. I didn’t understand what was driving the villains and some of the plot left me with more questions than answers. 

Despite these drawbacks, Death and Mr. Right was a fun read. If you can go into the story knowing that you just need to enjoy and not question, then you will definitely enjoy the book. I really enjoyed the humor and quirkiness and that our characters are not your typical characters. These characters are unique and a little weird. The kind of characters that people with a quirky streak can really relate to. 

All in all, Death and Mr. Right is a fun read and perfect for when you need something light and quick.


  1. I have never seen this book before but yes we all need a break from serious books from time to time. I'm glad you enjoyed this one :)

  2. Sounds good overall even with the confusion aspect

  3. Sounds entertaining. This is new to my but I might give it a go. Good review :)

  4. This is an interesting and quirky sounding little read! Aside from all the POV switches, I'm glad you enjoyed this one. We all need a break from the serious and heartbreaking reads every now and then. Excellent and informative review, wifey! xo

  5. Okay, honestly, I would never pick this up, based on the cover. Your review, though, makes me pause, and that's a great thing. I'm glad to see you enjoyed this one overall.
    Nice review, Teresa!

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  7. This sounds really quirky, Teresa. And quirky can definitely be nice. :) Thanks for sharing a great review. I'm glad you liked this one!


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