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    I would give The Basilisk's Creed Omnibus a solid 4 stakes. A tagline associated to the book on Amazon said that this book is something that I have never read before and I agree. I think this book is incredibly unique and as soon as I turned the last page I wanted to read more. Matt, an immortal being [soul reaper I think] is swamped at work [aren't we all] when he notices a lot of strange occurrences that he eventually connects to Eli who he happened to meet earlier in a dream. I really liked the dream scene because it was just the right mix in the beginning to inform you as to what is happening in the story and to confuse you enough to want to read more. So, Matt connects the strange happenings like the Atlantic Ocean disappearing and becomes concerned for Eli. Meanwhile, Eli is concerned for her sanity as she feels that she is responsible for what is happening. I really liked this story because of how unlike anything else it is. The two main characters are well developed and I actually care about what happens to them. Matt and Eli had an instant connection in the dream scene and I want to know more about them on their own and if they will interact further. Now, this book does end in a cliffhanger and while I hate those I didn't mind it so much in this case because of how much I liked it. I think there is an air of mystery around the story that when you get to the cliffhanger it's just like "of course. Now I have to wait." I definitely want to read more of this series and I cannot wait to find out more about Eli and Matt and the crazy things happening on Earth and in the reaping world.
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    Interesting story, but not my cup of tea.

    I received a copy of The Basilisk’s Creed from the author, Eme Strife in exchange for an honest review. When I first started this book I found it to be a bit odd, but decided whatever I’ve read books before that started out weird and got better as they progressed. I would love to say that I went on to love this book, but that isn’t so. I knew it was a New Adult book going into it, but there seem to be two branches of NA; one that is very mild in its mature content, and the other that is very, ah, unapologetic in its maturity. This book fell into the second category of NA. So, that made me very uncomfortable, and I was skipping around a lot, trying to find something to read that was story based content. There were moments in the story that I found hilarious and I chuckled about, but for the most part this book just was not the book for me; as I said before, lots of maturity, but there was also an almost overwhelming amount of profanity and sometimes the material was repetitive. I was very glad that the story well represented how people actually think though. I am positive that other people without my hang ups would really enjoy this book and think it was great, so I sincerely hope that some of you will check this book out. I hate that I didn’t enjoy it more, and that it wasn’t my cup of tea.

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