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Art of Death by Becca Vincenza - Book Tour & Review + Giveaway

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Art of Death
Becca Vincenza
(Curse Breakers, #1)
Publication date: September 4th 2018
Genres: New Adult, Urban Fantasy
What if a single act of rebellion had the power to change your fate?
Rowan and Abel Hayes’ birth ended a centuries-old family curse, but being a curse breaker has its drawbacks. Now they live a life full of rules.
When Rowan breaks a rule, she sets a powerful chain of events into motion that she never could’ve imagined. Abel is kidnapped, and it’s up to Rowan to save her twin. Can she rely on the aid of an old friend who once betrayed her? Or will new enemies prove too strong for her to handle?
(New Adult, contains language and sexual content. 18+)

 My Review
Art of Death is the first book in the Curse Breakers series by Becca Vincenza. It follows Rowan, who happens to be a curse breaker, as she investigates her twin brother's disappearance/kidnapping and discovers much more than she bargained for.
I thought the book was pretty decent. I didn't care much for Rowan at times, to be honest. I found her frustrating and slightly annoying. But she's not a complete disaster. I did like Indigo, though.
The story is paced relatively quickly, although there were some spots that lagged a little. There is a lot of action, though, and some romance scattered throughout.
The ending leaves readers eager for the sequel, ready to dive back into the world of the Necromancers to see what might happen next.
Overall, not a bad book. I just wanted a little something more. There were a few times I felt a bit confused by what was going on. But other than that, it was pretty good.
3.5 stars.

Author Bio:
Becca Vincenza lives in *wonderful* Michigan. For a passion of all things paranormal and adventure, she writes both in Urban Fantasy worlds, and Paranormal Romance. When she isn’t writing, she is reading and vice versa.


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