Book Review: Hold Me Closer, Necromancer (Necromancer #1) by Lish McBride
Book: Hold Me Closer, Necromancer (Necromancer #1)
Author: Lish McBride
Plot: If SAM thought that there could be nothing worse in life than being a dropout and working in a dead pan job at a fast food restaurant then he was in for the worst nightmare of his life. While he would have gone on complaining about the unproductive life he had, things took a drastic change when one of his friends got murdered and he was attacked by something he can only explain as “not-human” and pretty soon his life changes when his mother reveals some shocking secrets about him. Meet Sam the newly discovered Necromancer who does not even know what a necromancer is.
This is fantastic
I had so much fun reading this book. It is definitely one of favorite books now after having such an amazing time reading this. In fact this book was so good for me that merely into ten pages and I had already placed the order for the second book. Imagine!! in just 10 pages I was floored by the book
This is my first experience with the topic of necromancy and what an experience. I love how the book is not all about educating and spreading more light on the concept of necromancy but rather it’s a light hearted story of a teen boy who gets hit by dangerous circumstances and is fighting with all he has got.
The beauty of the book is its simplicity and maybe if somebody does not like this book then perhaps their reason would be the same that it was too simple for them but personally I loved the book for this same reason
From the start to end, the book never complicates or loosens its grip on you. The character unlike other books only gets better and bolder as you progress. You start falling in love with the central character for his wit, humor, sarcasms and goofiness.
With very gentle treatment the author has told an exciting story and I wish badly that this could be made into a movie as on big screen this book could be an amazing adventure.
A fantastic book from start to end. The book is absolutely a fun ride with lovable characters .Humor is seamless and tickles the funny bones quite warmly. The entire book for me is simplicity personified. It is elegant, smooth and has got friendly characters and a story that is told with the warmth of a bedtime story. This is one of the books that you can pick up if you are feeling down and want some light and funny read to cheer you up. I am in love with this book and I am sure I will love to read this book again and again at any given time because I loved the central character that much. Funny, cute and adorable.