Tamara Rose Blodgett
- Title: The Death Series: Volume One
- Author: Tamara Rose Blodgett
- ISBN: null
- Page: 382
- Format: Kindle Edition
Books 1 3 of the Death Series in one volume DEATH WHISPERS, DEATH SPEAKS DEATH SCREAMSATH WHISPERS Almost fifteen year old Caleb Hart is a Cadaver Manipulator in the year 2025 When teens receive a government sanctioned pharmaceutical cocktail during school, paranormal abilities begin manifesting making the teens powerful than the adults.After Caleb discoBooks 1 3 of the Death Series in one volume DEATH WHISPERS, DEATH SPEAKS DEATH SCREAMSATH WHISPERS Almost fifteen year old Caleb Hart is a Cadaver Manipulator in the year 2025 When teens receive a government sanctioned pharmaceutical cocktail during school, paranormal abilities begin manifesting making the teens powerful than the adults.After Caleb discovers he has the rare, Affinity for the Dead, he must do whatever it takes to hide it from a super secret government agency whose goal is exploitation Caleb seeks refuge in his new girlfriend, Jade, until he realizes that she needs as much protection from her family, as he does from the government.Suddenly, Caleb finds that hiding his ability while protecting Jade and his friends is a full time job can he escape the government, protect Jade and lose the bullies that are making him miserable App 119,000 word count DEATH SPEAKS Caleb s in high school now and thinks the chaos of last year is behind him Unfortunately, a serial killer is on the loose and children are his victims Caleb agrees to help the police apprehend the murdereruntil the killer takes notice of Caleb and his paranormal friends.Carson and Brett remain the bullies they always were and their posse continues to grow How long can the two groups stay out of each others way before there s a firestorm of retributionThe Government Graysheets continue to keep tabs on Caleb s every move while Jade s family threatens their relationship Can they still be together even when events threaten to tear them apart App 92,000 word count DEATH INCEPTION Kyle Ulysses Hart and his team of scientists mapped the human genome in the year 2010 As Brain Impulse Technology came online so did the long arm of the United States government A covert, military driven regime was born with genetic manipulation the key to future widespread control When pharmaceutical laboratories, funded by the Graysheets, discover a way to unlock paranormal potential through compulsive inoculation, their exploitative dream is realized.Clyde and Caleb s lives are predestined to intertwine as they cross paths, his history becoming Caleb s future.A lone teenager named Jeffrey Parker, falls prey when he manifests the rare, Affinity for the Dead The Graysheets abandon all pretense of stewardship, ripping him from his family for their nefarious purposes Can Jeffrey remain who he was destined to be in an environment exclusively built for mass control App 24,000 word count._
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Published: 04/01/2013Author: Tamara Rose BlodgettRecommended for: fans of fantasy/paranormalEdition: KindleI haven't read a book by this author before so I thought I would give it a try. I thought that it was a very good book, one that is easy to get hooked on. The way the first book is written alittle bit rough but it is easy to adjust to the style of the author. I thought that all three books were very well written and all had very captivating storylines that just makes you want to read it, th [...]
First: I read all 6 Books from the series, so my review is actually about the whole series rather than only Parts 1-3, since it is hard to just review only parts. Sorry also for the english, not a native speaker ;)I like the idea of the future world, that is depicted in the story. Its plausible enough, technical stuff is minimal, just as needed. I like that part. Maybe a little too much "pulse" here, "pulse" there, but still ok.I had some trouble with the characters, or rather the method of desc [...]
I am so thrilled that I read the Savage series as I would not have thought to read this series had I not. That being said I would have had a better understanding of the characters when they appeared in the Savage series had I already read the Death series. Ahhh the chicken or the egg!The first book in this series is a bit rough in writing style but as I became accustomed to it I got into the flow. I was eventually able to clearly picture each of the characters and watch them grow physically in m [...]
I got this set for free, so maybe I expected too much. I honestly didn’t finish because it was, in a word, horrible. Bad writing, bad editing, bad grammar. I’m guessing this was self published. The idea was interesting but it was hard to get past the flaws. Plus, the main character used insulting phrases and played them off like the cool kids used them and only lame parents thought it was wrong. (Ex. ”’tard”, that’s so gay) pretty sure this author voted trump as she discussed healthc [...]
An excellent and imaginative story than captures the essence of "teenspeak" as it describes the adventures of Caleb Hart, a corpse manipulator. Taking place in the not too distant future, the story introduces a communication device that works from brain waves and a chemical that enhances innate abilities in the human as they reach puberty. The characters are fun and interesting, and come equipped with a variety of unusual talents and interesting personalities. The series sets the stage for more [...]
Would've been a better book if it actually endedThe characters were funny it was a great storyline it was very engaging tale from the very beginning however it doesn't ever have closure there is no ending it just leaves everything hanging in the balance. The reader is left to wonder what happened to these characters that were so skillfully created. This book ended up being a huge disappointment and I would not recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading.
A good book with a few errors.Though I am an adult, I enjoy reading YA novels. This book was very attention grabbing despite feeling written very "young". There were also multiple typos and malformed sentences. Luckily through contextual clues, one could mostly figure out what was intended.
I got a huge kick out of Caleb and his friends. Jonesy really didn't have a filter and he just went full steam ahead. LOL. The first three books in the series is awesome and it does make you wonder what would happen if a simple inoculation unlocked the psychic potential of each child. There's still the good/bad questions, though. And the greater potential of the criminal element. Scary that. I do recommend these books for ALL ages.
Really good books!!!!I love box sets. In some ways it just like a long book, but a set is able to be broken up more. Anyway, don't miss out, get this series. You won't regret it!!!!
I loved these first three books of the series I am not really a paranormal and other than Kristen Ashley I dont read them. This author makes me love them! A few parts of the book are very thought inducing, like wondering about a virus
The Death SeriesThere was so much I wanted to enjoy in this series. The premise of the abilities and how they could be used but then the body shaming and denigration of some women
Good ReadLooking forward to finishing the series. Nice blend of sci-fi and paranormal romance I haven't encountered in another series before.
Be prepaeredThese books suck u in and don't let go. The story and characters are strong. Can't wait to turn over to my 17 year old daughter. She'll love them. Recommended.
Great readingAn interesting mix. Teens with powers, adults who don't understand them but want to control them and friendships tested and proved. What more could a reader want?
Very good I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good book to read and is was amazing
It is a great book to read
This set was really good, I really enjoyed these books, really good storyline :)
Good read. This book was great. Hope there are more in this series to read. Can't wait to see what happens next.
Death WhispersThis series must be read in order. This is the first book. I miss the original version without all the added real life our world stuff like Obama and the RFID chips! The original version was more believable and chilling. Now I wish I had bought a hard copy so I could just read the original :( That said the book is still really good It was just awesome beforeCaleb is growing up The first sign of this for him is raising the dead as he passes out Biology is so not his best subject! Di [...]
Amazing read by Tamara Rose BlodgettThe first book is about a group of kids who have been given drugs to find out what special abilities they have. Caleb discovers that he can raise the dead, yet a boy named Parker who could also raise the dead was taken by the government and Caleb nor his parents wanted that rio happen to Caleb. He has a girlfriend named Jade and his best friend John and Jonsey. It seems as if they are always finding trouble. Alt of adventure in the first book.Book 2 is a great [...]
The Death Series: Volume One is a collection of the first 3 books in the "Death" series of books. Though the 3rd book is pretty short and fills in many of the details and back stories surrounding some of the events that have happened over the first two books. The series centers around the Hart family who's father helped map the human genome, and with the help of an unnamed government agency was responsible (with the aid of a booster shot at the age of five) for the massive influx of paranormal a [...]
The first three books of "The Death Series", while geared at teen and young adult, can easily be consumed by the adult and hard core paranormal reader. The stories are easily read and relatable. The first book seemed a bit choppy. But after talking to my preteen and teen nieces, it all fit. The way their minds work at that age seemed to fit with the characters in the book. Character build up was nice, but seemed to be missing something. It was all right there, but missing something, like that me [...]
Keep in mind, I've only read the first three, and it was this summer, BUT, my LORD, COMPLETELY engrossed in these books! When I realized there were more than just three and I could not afford to get them anytime soon, bc as addictions go, they are usually a little more than our children in the long run or at a close neck and neck pace. Anyhow, just the ability to draw you in with the possibilities of human genome mapping, and all the sordid things that happen so high up with genetic research and [...]
Stick with them, you will be happy.Book One- I had to really push through the first couple chapters because it was written as if a tween was writing it. A white, female tween to be specific. There was early-teen slang and obscenities litter throughout most of the conversations and some of the internal dialog of the main character. Because the main characters are teenagers, it worked out and made the romantic scenes perfectly awkward. However, the ideas were really good. So good, that I stayed in [...]
What a Dystopian Thriller this turned out to be!! I first started this series thinking I would find myself picking up yet another Sci-Fi story about teenagers that would leave me wanting. But I was so surprised to get pulled into the story to the point I couldn't put the books down! I am glad all three came with this packet as I would not have wanted to wait until each of them came out separately. Books 1 and 2 were really good. Book 3 was my least favorite as it jumped back in time to tell us a [...]
This is the first book I have read in a while that had me wanting to read from the very first sentence, so to say the least, I loved this book. It was well-written, and the descriptions did not take away from the action as it does in some books.Caleb and the Js are very well-rounded characters, and Ms. Blodgett even managed to make Carson and Brett into dynamic characters. Each character is special, except for Brett and Jonesy, and even with their abilities, they are vulnerable. And they makes t [...]
An Intriguing StorylineI enjoyed this story for the most part. The characters were fairly well developed. The storyline in the first two books moved at a decent pace in spite of the repetitive nature of some events, it was a creative twist to a standard theme. My attention waned in the third because it is the backstory for the content of first two book's secondary characters with no continuation in the story.The grammatical mistakes are frequent and so obvious that Microsoft Word could have caug [...]
YA series with adult appealI'm enjoying this series very much. I despise spoilers, so you'll get no recap from me, but I will tell you that the cast of characters and dialogue is fun, believable, and interesting. I am fascinated by the paranormal, and these books have it in spades. Well-written and edited, there are very few mistakes to distract. The author avoids drowning the reader in teenage angst, with just enough to make the characters believable, yet still very likable. The main characters [...]
I "bought" this from when it was free (it might still be free, but I don't know). I was pretty disappointed by the book. A lot of the portions of the book were irrelevant, being things that the main character was just doing through the day. I was actually very interested in the theme and idea of the book. I like the idea of AFTD (Affinity For The Dead), but it wasn't very well written.I'm very often generous when rating books I don't particularly like, but I can't be as generous here. I don't t [...]
Not bad. Sort of like a mix of Heroes (television series), Saved by The Bell (original tv series), and Nancy Drew. Or something. I really like how the dialogue and writing capture that teenage mentality and inner monologue. With that being said, this is a safe read for young adults. I was hoping for more danger, hard choices, and loss. What I got was fun imagination and juvenile camaraderie. Definitely going to recommend that my kids read it when they're in high school.
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