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Reading the Blurb of “Ascenders: High School for the Recently Departed” (Ascenders #1) by C.L. Gaber is something I would actually suggest NOT TO do.
Because this is one of those paranormal romance books that is best enjoyed without any knowledge of the content in advance and there is far to much information in that text.
Which leaves me with not much else to say to avoid any further spoilers.But I guess writing this in a review does not make much sense as the review is usually read after the Blurb.
Anyway after I read about the storyline of this book I had this picture of “Dead like me” in my mind which would not leave me throughout the whole book.
I loved that series and once my mind made this connection it was not hard to really like that book too.
It is well written, has a good developed plot and deserves your attention in case you are a fan of paranormal YA Novels.
Resch Reads: One word to describe this book is EPIC. Sheer writing brilliance.”
Amazon: “A new ‘Twilight Zone’ of a world. Speaking of Uncle Stevie, otherwise known as Stephen King, ‘Ascenders’ reads like something he might have written back in the Twilight Zone of his own youth. I love Koontz and King and haven’t been this excited about an author in a long time.”
Author Groupies: “If you’re a fan of dystopian epics, this bring a whole new element to the genre: the afterlife. I loved this book. What an original concept! Constantly changing, riveting and thought-provoking.”
Amazon: “The next big book series. Powerful and beautiful. I was so moved by this book that I actually cried, tears streaming down my face. Five minutes later, I was cheering. I felt like I had just seen a movie.”
Mugglenet, The #1 Harry Potter Site: “Ascenders is one of those books that stays on your mind for days after reading it. Though you continue your days, your mind keeps wandering back to the main characters, the overarching theme, and of course, the scenarios of what could possibly happen next. I finished this novel within the span of two days, and I wish that I could start over and read the whole thing again.”