Reaper (Soul Screamers #3.5) By Rachel Vincent Review

Title – Reaper


Series – Soul Screamers #3.5

EBook – 64 pages

Publishing House – Harlequin Teen

Published December 1st 2010

Characters – Tod Hudson,Nash Hudson


Tod Hudson was a typical teenager. He liked girls, sports, food and tolerated his younger brother, Nash. In fact, he had his whole life in front of him–and due to his bean sidhe heritage, it was going to be a very long life indeed. And then the car accident occurred.

Suddenly Tod’s future wasn’t so sure, and he had to make a choice. Life… Death… or something Between….

An ebook exclusive Soul Screamers series novella.


I think I just fell in love with Tod all over again! I mean seriously guys you cannot read Reaper and not love Tod,it just isn’t possible. I was having conflicted feelings regarding being Team Nash or Team Tod but after Reaper no more confliction. Team Tod it is!
Reaper was absolutely amazing and I completely enjoyed every single second of it. However, this story also includes Tod’s pain & sacrifice which was heartbreaking to read. You will surely look at Tod in a different way after Reaper. On the sunnier side this novel cracked me up a number of times. Salute to Tod’s sarcasm for giving us so many LOL moments.
This novella is a perfect glimpse into Tod’s life. But unfortunately as is the case with most novellas it just left me wanting more. I would love to read a spin off of Tod’s afterlife. He’s just such an interesting character, that it’s hard not to love him.

Favorite Quotes 

“So,would you say I’m closer to a zombie or a vampire? I gotta know—are my parts going to rot and fall off, or am I forever frozen in youthful perfection?” 

“Can’t clean up after you anymore, baby brother, so don’t punk out. Make it count.” 

“If I weren’t already dead, I’d be alive with joy.” 

“I’m confiscating your hair dryer—you’ve fried your brain.” 

“What if the house catches fire?” 
“Roast marshmallows. And if it floods, you’ll go down with the ship. If there’s a tornado, I’ll meet both you and this house in Oz, after my shift. Got it?” 


One response to “Reaper (Soul Screamers #3.5) By Rachel Vincent Review

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