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Keturah and Lord Death

Keturah And Lord Death - Martine Leavitt After years of waiting, Keturah and the Lord Death did not disappoint.It's the fairytale you've never been told, yet you already seem to know it. And even though you already know it, you still yell at the characters "No, don't do that!" and "No, love him, wait...love HIM!" And the ending is a surprise every time. The writing was enchanting and musical, almost like a lullaby. I was totally hooked to the point where I stayed up until 1 am on a school night because I had to finish it. The characters were sometimes confusing, including Keturah. The way they acted just didn't seem right for the situation. But, they were all endearing, if predictable.The love interests were hard to choose. There ARE more than 2, but not because Keturah's a slut. I really, really loved two of them, so it was a hard decision. I just genuinely loved and adored this book. So, so much. There's not much else I can say. So, I won't try.