Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Review: The Seven Wicked: First

The Seven Wicked: First
By:  CM Stunich

Rating: 5 Cogs


“That's just the First," Caleb said, pausing to worry at his lower lip. “And it's only one of seven, Seven Wicked; we can't destroy any of the others until we destroy the First.”

When reincarnated goddess, Eevee Marx, sees the necklace at her local thrift store, she just has to have it. But Eevee has no idea that when she drapes the delicate, silver links over her fingers, she is continuing a legend her spirit had started centuries ago. That when she unhooks the tiny clasp and lays the black and silver pendant against her chest, she will spend the night of her seventeenth birthday holding the dying body of the boy she loves.

The Seven Wicked have been sleeping, preparing for Eevee to touch the necklace and reawaken the powers inside of her. Now, the only thing that stands between them is Caleb, the golden haired boy who will sacrifice himself to save her.


The more books I read from CM Stunich, the more I realize that this woman has the most deliciously effed up brain.  I can't even begin to imagine where all these fabulous and original book ideas come from, but I can only assume she's sold her soul to the devil.

Not only is this book awesome, but just reading the start is a total mind bender.  I swear, I spent the entire book mourning over Caleb, even while he's still completely alive. 

This book is so completely creative that I was figuratively blown away by the Seven, and I have to admit, I haven't looked at small "harmless" spiders the same ever since.

I can't wait to read the second installment.  This is a great paranormal read!

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