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A bittersweet ending to the series,
This review is from: The Business of Death: The Death Works Trilogy (Paperback)This book actually contains all three volumes of the deathworks series Managing Death: Bk. 2: A Steven De Selby Novel: A Death Works Novel (Steven De Selby 2)& Death Most Definite (Steven De Selby 1) , but this is the only place you'll find volume three as it was not published independantly.
Steven de Selby is now the Orcus and the only Death of the land left. Unfortuntely, the Stirrer god is about to come to earth and his only potential ally- The Death of the Water - has been alienated unlikely to help unless Steven makes an apology of biblical proportions and unless Steven pulls his act together soon they may all be doomed.
Steven is still something of a looser in this book despite all his power and I would have to say I didn't enjoy this book quite as much as I did the second book in the series. It provides a bittersweet ending to the story and really brings the series to a close. In fact it's hard to see how there can be any sequels after this one even if you want one. If you've read books 1 & 2 I highly reccomend you get this book too.
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Initial post: 24 Sep 2011 03:44:36 BDT
K. W. Dandridge says:
Cheers for the heads up about this omnibus version, because i was all set to buy all three books. A good review, which answers all my questions, sounds like my type of author, in the same mode as Simon R Green & Mike Carey, also i am keen to try some good Oz fiction for a change.
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