Jumpin’ Genres in June! Featuring the Crossing Death Series by Rick Chiantaretto

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Welcome to the Jumping Genres in June Hop! In this hop, we are featuring books we love in genres that we rarely read. I tend to read a little bit of everything, so for this stop, I’m featuring Rick Chiantaretto’s Crossing Death Series. Although I often read fantasy and horror, I rarely read books could be called “Occult Horror.” But I’ve read both of these books, and I love them!

So check them out below, pick up a FREE copy of Death of the Body, then enter to win Death of the Soul–be sure to tell me about a book you’ve read that’s outside your normal genre preferences before you go (it’s an entry in the giveaway!). Once you’ve done all that, HOP to the rest of the blogs, and have a great June!

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I grew up in a world of magic. By the time I was ten I understood nature, talked to the trees, and listened to the wind. When the kingdom of men conquered my town, I was murdered by one of my own—the betrayer of my kind. But I didn’t stay dead.

I woke to find myself in a strange new world called Los Angeles. The only keys to the life I remembered were my father’s ring, my unique abilities, and the onslaught of demons that seemed hell-bent on finding me. Now I must learn who I really am, protect my friends, get the girl, and find my way back to my beloved hometown of Orenda.

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I have no idea who I am anymore.

In Los Angeles, I would have given anything to go home to Orenda, my world where magic was alive and nature spoke to me. Now that I’m back I feel out of place, burdened with responsibility. The human part of me misses the simplicity of Earth, the mage part begs for connection with magic, and the demon part? I don’t want to admit that exists.

As the darkness inside me grows, I’ll learn to sacrifice for the greater good, as my people have always done. In order to save my family (both mage and human alike), I must face my nightmare, embrace the demon, and descend into the shadowy world of my enemy—the Hell of the Damned.

Once there, I will have nothing left to fear but myself: Edmund Gavel, human, mage, demon… maybe monster.

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13 comments on “Jumpin’ Genres in June! Featuring the Crossing Death Series by Rick Chiantaretto

  1. falicesidoma says:

    Glory in Death by J. D. Robb

  2. Mary Preston says:

    Soulless by Gail Carriger – I don’t read a lot of Steampunk.

  3. BookLady says:

    Dune by Frank Herbert

  4. bn100 says:

    can’t think of any; read from almost all genres

  5. Jan Lee says:

    Is the giveaway for an ebook or a print copy?

  6. ladymagnolia99 says:

    I love reading all genres. The only genre I do not care for is the true story ones. I really cannot think of the last one I might of read.

    Judy Cox

  7. Mai Tran says:

    I only read romance or chick lit but I love Harry Potter.

  8. Sarah S says:

    I don’t read a lot of Romance novels (I tend to read Sci-Fi, Fantasy, New Adult, etc books), but I really enjoyed the Black Dagger Brotherhood books from JR Ward.

  9. Tracee says:

    I don’t usually read biography types, but I enjoyed ‘The Emerald Mile’

  10. April B says:

    Big Stone Gap by Adriana Trigiani
    I read the book because I’m originally from Wise County, Virginia – location of Big Stone Gap. I loved the entire series but it’s not a typical book I would have read.

  11. karins28 says:

    I liked The Diary of a Young Girl even though I don’t like autobiographies

  12. Jemima Pett says:

    Thanks for the giveaway, but I don’t read horror, either 😉

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