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Review: Death’s Intern by D.C. Gomez

Death’s Intern is the first in The Intern Diaries series. Isis Black gets offered a job working for death. Her first few days on the job are not easy, but she is committed to helping her friend.

The book is written from the main character’s perspective. We are able to understand Isis’s thought process and feel the emotional turmoil that she faces throughout the book.

All of the characters were unique and enjoyable. Even the bad guys had some exceptional comeback lines. By far, my favourite is Constantine. He is a no-nonsense kind of guy. Once e you read the book, you will know why I love him so much!

The only pitfall was a few grammatical errors. Unless you are an avid reader,  editor, or reviewer, you probably won’t even notice.

I was captivated by the story from the beginning. There was a great balance between prose and dialogue that kept the story progressing and keeps the reader invested. Overall, this was a great book, and I look forward to future encounters with Constantine and the whole team.

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