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Thursday, June 19, 2014

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Blog Tour: The Reapers - Playlist

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Title: The Reapers (My Demonic Ghost #2)
Author: Jacinta Maree
Link: Goodreads | Barnes & Noble | Amazon
Publication Date: September 17, 2013

The day you die is meant to be the end, but for 18 year old Jordon Hastings, his death was only the beginning.

In a dark and twisted world, lost spirits known as Reapers remain behind after death to help collect the spirits from the realm of the living. A new Reaper, Jordon struggles to accept his fate and lingers in the shadows of his mortal life. But when a demon wolf starts to live through his shadow, hunting his family and friends Jordon has no choice but to leave. As soon as he accepts his new role the truth behind the relationship between Reapers and Angelic Hunters is revealed. His loyalty is tested, making him choose between a corrupted God and a single Banished Spirit.



The Reapers Playlist
Arranged by Jacinta Maree
These selected songs have stuck with me the most thought My Demonic Ghost. Warning – if you haven’t read My Demonic Ghost – Banished Spirits or The Reapers, there may be spoilers in here. Music has been matched to their scenes / page number.
This is the opening song, the piece that welcomes the readers into the world of the banished, into Lock and Rachael’s world.

Evanescence – Going Under. Book two, when Jordon stumbles upon Evan as he becomes Lock. Page 84 The Reapers.

Caspers Song. This is the piece of music that Evan clings to and reappears as a haunting melody as he slips into death. Page 16 My Demonic Ghost & through the memory sequence page 218.

I could be the one avicii vs nicky romero was the inspiration for the last scene in book 3. As book 3 hasn’t been released yet this song may be some indication to how it ends.

The piano piece Lock is playing at the music residual. Page 78 The Reapers

Knife Party – Internet Friends. Fast paced scenes like the scramble with the Reapers or riding Raix trying to outrun the mass murder.

This piece was the ending to book one, without giving too much away I was hoping to capture the gentle acceptance of a love lost.

Author Bio

     Self confessed chocaholic, Jacinta was born and raised in Melbourne Australia with her loving family of five. Even as a child Jacinta had an itch to write. Writing was the one constant hobby she clung to, also trying her hand at piano, flute, tennis, horseback riding and drama.
     Jacinta works full time in the family business and spends her afternoons either playing basketball, reading, writing or hanging out with friends. She is always happy to try something new; getting her real estate license, practicing ninjitshu, Zumba and parkour to name a few.
     For her future, Jacinta sees herself writing. It is a large part of her identity and something she hopes to continue. Aside from her love of stories she loves Japan and its unique and beautiful culture and history. From their delicious sushi dishes right down to their wooden sandals and kimonos. She is also a huge cat person and loves to snuggle up in front of the fire for a good movie or book. Her favorite genres are paranormal and fantasy but she also loves anything written by thriller writer, Stephen King.
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