Author: C.L. Bledsoe

The Necro Files by C.L. Bledsoe

Posted November 14, 2014 by Kate in Just Okay, Review / 1 Comment
The Necro Files by C.L. Bledsoe

I haven’t gotten to read a whole lot of urban fantasy lately, and this synopsis intrigued me so I decided to check it out. I think the reason why I liked this synopsis is because I really liked a book that I read before that took place in a funeral home, and so did this one, let’s face it, it’s a great setting for the creepy crawlies in urban fantasy to come out. So first things first, the book is all about Daisy, a new college student who just left home (although didn’t stray too far from her mom and little sister’s house). Daisy’s dad was suppose to help her through college but it turns out he decided to get married instead, so basically Daisy has one option, find herself a job, and the only place who would give her a shot was a funeral home. I was actually really impressed at how driven Daisy is, and how she went straight into the funeral home without a second thought, I can’t imagine the first day of work at a funeral home is an easy one. But hey maybe she’s just built of stronger stuff then I am. One day in the funeral parlor, while trying to impress her new boss, she intakes a body, who turns out to be way more than she ever expected. Daisy ends up coming face to face with a real witch, who curses her. Daisy has one week to break the curse or die. And […]