Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Dead Girl Walking by Sharon Sant - ARC Review

Title: Dead Girl Walking 
Author: Sharon Sant 
Publication: July 1, 2015
Series: None. 
Format: Ebook 
My Rating: ♥♥♥♥


Cassie Brown doesn’t see dead people, she becomes them. The slightest touch forces her to relive their final moments in breath-sapping detail. She herself was dead, killed in the accident that took the rest of her family. But whatever strange power governs the universe, has plans for her that don’t involve her death… yet.  

Dante has a recurring dream. Every time he sleeps he sees the exact moment of his own demise. But where did the nightmare come from? If it is a premonition, how long has he got?  

A girl and a boy, two damaged souls drawn together. Add a serial killer stalking the streets, a desperate cop and a newspaper reporter with an unhealthy interest in her story, and Cassie is soon mixed up in a lethal game. She may have cheated Death once, but this time he’s keeping a much closer eye on his prize…  

Dead Girl Walking is an unpredictable mix of romance, paranormal and crime thriller that will keep you gripped until the very last page.

My Review:

I recieved a digital copy of this book free of cost for a read-to-review basis.

I was pleasantly surprised with this book. I really enjoyed it. The concept was great, I didn't know what to expect from this but this was a fantastic book. It was a fast read and very enjoyable. I loved this mystery and the suspense. I was so sad about Marmalade, I was really hoping she was going to stay through the book. I would love to read this book again but at the same time not to since I already know what's going to happen lol.  

- Cassie
Cassie was great lead. I did find her annoying at times, but she was great nonetheless. I wish she would have been a little more open than she was but then things wouldn't have gone the way they were supposed to if she did. I am so glad I was given the chance to read this book because this was fantastic. I was a little disappointed with how fast the actual scene at the end went but this was great.  
- Dante
I really liked Dante's character from when we first met him. I wasn't expecting things to go so fast between him and Cassie though. I was intrigued by Dante, there was so much mystery in him I just wanted to know everything about him. He was a great character.  

Overall, this was a great read. It was fast and very intriguing. As I said before, I wished the whole epic scene at the end was just a little bit more epic. But I loved the suspense of it all. I was getting scared for Cassie so many times but damn she was a great character. I loved the ending and really enjoyed this book.


  1. This sounds so intriguing! I'm not a 100% sure I get what this book is really about but the summary and your review makes it sound like it's epic!

    Great review!
    AmandaEmma Little Miss Reader

  2. Wondeful review, Trinity! Mystery + suspense, you say? Totally adding this on my tbr-list. :)

    Fiona of A Girl Between the Pages
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  3. Great review! I nominated you for the Blogger Recognition Award