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Death's Awakening (Eternal Sorrows Book 1) by [Cannon, Sarra]
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About the Author

Sarra Cannon writes contemporary and paranormal fiction with both teen and college age characters. Her novels often stem from her own experiences growing up in the small town of Hawkinsville, Georgia, where she learned that being popular always comes at a price and relationships are rarely as simple as they seem. Her best selling Young Adult paranormal series, Peachville High Demons, has sold over 140,000 copies and been featured on Amazon's Top 100 eBooks for Children & Teens. The first book in the series, Beautiful Demons, will be adapted into a graphic novel by Sea Lion Books later this year, and a spin-off series will begin in 2014. She is a devoted (obsessed) fan of Hello Kitty and has an extensive collection that decorates her desk as she writes. She currently lives in South Carolina with her amazingly supportive husband and her adorable son.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3354 KB
  • Print Length: 291 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dead River Books (8 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DSKUMU2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #187,843 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've been a fan of Sarra Cannon's since reading the Peachville High Series of stories and wasn't sure how I'd feel reading something so different from the same author. However I loved it. I will admit it took a while for me to get into the book, I found the writing style was a bit different to what I was used too from a book by Sarra. By the end though I found myself plowing through it and I can't wait now to read Sorrows Gift - the next in the series. ☺
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'Death's Awakening' is the first book in a fantastic new YA supernatural series that mixes magic with a zombie apocalypse.

I hardly even know where to start with this one, it was just so good in every imaginable way, so if you don't want to hear me have a fan-girl gush you'd best look away now! I've read Cannon's Peachville High series so it came as no surprise that her characters were brilliantly written once again; it was just so easy to connect with them. I particularly liked Parrish, the loner girl and Crash, the hacker, but honestly I liked them all, even high maintenance Karmen!

The story is truly unique and puts a new spin on the typical zombie apocalypse story. There are some nice jumpy moments and creepy parts to keep zombie horror fans happy, but there is so much more to the story. The supernatural side of things is intriguing and sort of takes a backseat to the zombie side of the story until later on. I'm still in awe of how well Cannon wove the supernatural and zombie horror genres together here. There's quite a lot going on but it never feels like too much to keep track of. The twists to the story were excellent and everything was falling into place so effortlessly by the end.

I hope it's not going to be a long wait for the second book. I'm dying to find out what happens next. Highly recommended for fans of YA Supernatural/Paranormal/Horror!
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A brilliant, different take on a zombie apocalypse. There's witches, old magic, epidemics and of course zombies.... My personal favourites. This story is told through the viewpoint of six main characters and it works very well. The sharpness of the chapters suits the rapid escalation of the story and I almost cried out in disbelief when the story suddenly stops. It's like the old films with a classic cliffhanger, I really can't wait to read the next part. Even though it's main protagonists are teenagers , it's by no means just a YA story. Plenty of gore to satisfy any zombie apocalypse fiction lover. If you're into PA whatever age, read this. Can highly recommend it!!
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Great new series. I've enjoyed reading each character come to life and battle their own developing stories singularly, and together! I can't wait for book two!
Well done on yet another brilliant read Sarra!!
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Review Courtesy of April Hollingworth

Death’s Awakening if the first book in the brand new Eternal Sorrows series. Told from different points of view this is a fantastic book. Filled with magick, zombies, romance and action, this brilliant series leaves you begging for more.

Opening Scene:

The young witch hesitated at the edge of the forest.

The Review:

Parrish Sorrows is a sixteen year old girl, whose ordinary life gets turned upside down the night her mother becomes seriously ill, and 911 stop answering the phones. With her father and younger sister in New York, Parrish is on her own.
An unknown supernatural virus is killing billions of people in a matter of days, leaving the living in shock, but when the dead start to rise, life as everyone knows it becomes deadly.
Parrish must find away to survive the horror of the world she’s living in, along with the gorgeous Noah, a boy she feels inexplicably drawn too, Karmen her snobby ex-bff, they set out to find other survivors. Along the way they team up with Crash a computer nerd that’s dreamed of them, and they must find the fifth a young boy, who is a kindred spirit. To survive this new world they need to find each other, and hopefully survive the dangers before them.

Notable Scene:

Her long dark hair fanned out behind her. She spread her arms out to either side, as though she was trying to make a snow angel in the green summer grass. It felt good to stretch out. To be herself without worrying what anyone thought of her.
Parrish closed her eyes and breathed deep, waiting for the rich sounds of Zoe’s violin to flow through the window and fill her up. Instead of music, she heard footsteps rustling through the grass.
“Parrish?
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