THE GATEWAY THROUGH WHICH THEY CAME- Cover Reveal & Review
Happy Tuesday everyone!
I have something special for you today…Heather Marie’s cover reveal. For those of you who don’t know her, follow her on Twitter @HeatherMarieYA.
I have been keeping a secret.
I’ve read THE GATEWAY THROUGH WHICH THEY CAME! My review is below, but first–here’s the cover:)
To seventeen-year-old Aiden Ortiz, letting the dead walk through his body to reach the other side comes with the territory. Being a Gateway isn’t an easy job, but someone’s gotta send Bleeders where they belong. Heaven. Salvation. Call it whatever you want. Dead is dead. But when his search for Koren Banks––the girl who went mysteriously missing seven months ago––leaves him with more questions than answers, he finds himself involved in something far more sinister and beyond his control.
With the threat of the Dark Priest’s resurrection, and his plan to summon his demon brothers from hell, Aiden is left to discover his identity before the Dark Priest’s curse infecting his blood consumes him, and before the world as he knows it succumbs to the darkness of hell on earth.
As Heather Marie’s debut, there is no doubt that we have another great YA story teller on our hands.
In GATEWAY, It’s normal for Aiden to see the dead. In fact, he lives to help the Bleeders cross over. There is no question in his mind that he’s doing the right thing, until he find out there’s more to him than he ever knew. He has two best friends, Trevor and Evan, and even they question Aiden’s sanity a few times, but it’s their loyalty/faith that helps to keep him together. Not to mention they’re always there to help him once he passes out from the effort of passing over a Bleeder.
The twist that come after this, one I won’t share with you, is amazing. Just when I thought the plot would be wrapped up tightly into a nice little ball, Heather threw me a curve ball. One that kept me guessing until the very end. And at the end I wanted my hands on the next book!
THE GATEWAY THROUGH WHICH THEY CAME is a fantastic read for those who enjoyed: CROAK by Gina Dimico or SUPERNATURAL.