The Man Who Married Death, Amy Langevin

Zylen LaRocque, a twenty-eight-year-old depressive, arranges to be taken by Death, but his suicide fails, and he ends up proposing to the supernatural entity instead. Death accepts Zylen’s heart and takes up partial residence in his being, which allows Death to affect the tangible realm at whim. Manipulated like a puppet, Zylen becomes entangled in Death’s countless affairs and finds himself continuously washing blood off his hands as his life, and everyone in it, descends into a whirlwind of mania and slaughter.

The Man Who Married Death is a phenomenal short story that captivated me from the start thanks to the unique premise, addictive literature, and shocking elements laced throughout. Never before have I read such an imaginative story and that is one of the many reasons I have fallen in love with this book! As well as this, the story the reader will read is incredibly exciting as it is unpredictable and will have readers guessing from start to finish. That is why I already have to recommend this book to you lovely readers, however, if you need more convincing then continue to read to learn more about the sensational The Man Who Married Death!

The Man Who Married Death is a unique, terrifying, but captivating short story that will take its readers on a journey like no other. The reader in The Man Who Married Death, will be introduced to the protagonist of the novel, Zylen LaRocque. Zylen is a depressed 28-year old who attempts suicide so Death can take him, however, he fails. What happens next is shocking because he instead proposes to the entity and when Death accepts, things take a spooky, scary, supernatural turn.

The reader will follow Zylen as his body is consumed by Death as he struggles to control the mania that ensues thanks to Death’s antics and what follows is shocking as well as brilliant and this book lovers is the premise fo the incredible The Man Who Married Death!

The Man Who Married Death is a sensational story with many thought-provoking moments and different elements throughout. The exceptional author Amy Langevin has managed to flawlessly weave numerous themes into her story, both thrilling and emotive and weaves them into her story and with her characters and it made for an addictive read. It was clear to me from the start that although this book is short, that I was going to love it and it is because the author has a real ability to hook you from the start and make you fall in love with the story instantly, which is very hard to do book lovers!

As well as all of this, I adored how the author took me on a suspense-filled journey with tension that was increasing with every page turned. Langevin managed to unfold her short story at the perfect pace, keeping the reader intrigued but also terrified! And this is one of the main reasons I have fallen in love with this book and why I would recommend it to all readers! It truly made for a stellar read, one that was easy to get lost in thanks to the easy to read nature, and the incredibly unique story that will leave a lasting impression on you.

Overall, The Man Who Married Death is the perfect read to get lost in, it is a short book, that will keep you captivated for the day, which is perfect for the month of October (but all other months too!) and it will thrill you and give you an incredible reading experience. That is why I, of course, have to award The Man Who Married Death five stars! So be sure to have a read of the preview below book lovers, you won’t regret it!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Below I have attached some links about the author and this wonderful book so if you would like to learn more about the author and the book then please have a browse. Thank you so much again for reading book lovers!

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