Death

Death Book four in The Four Horsemen Series In the s Gatian Almasia was rich and a sought after member of Parisian society No one realised he d lost his reason for living three years earlier When his s

  • Title: Death
  • Author: T.A. Chase
  • ISBN: 9780857159403
  • Page: 259
  • Format: ebook
  • Book four in The Four Horsemen Series In the 1700s, Gatian Almasia was rich and a sought after member of Parisian society No one realised he d lost his reason for living three years earlier When his sister accuses another nobleman of raping her, Gatian does what any older brother would do He challenges the man to a duel, and kills him Later that night, the dead man s fBook four in The Four Horsemen Series In the 1700s, Gatian Almasia was rich and a sought after member of Parisian society No one realised he d lost his reason for living three years earlier When his sister accuses another nobleman of raping her, Gatian does what any older brother would do He challenges the man to a duel, and kills him Later that night, the dead man s family takes their revenge on Gatian Gatian s death is just the beginning of the journey he must take as Death, the Pale Horseman of Apocalyptic fame While he doesn t regret taking the nobleman s life, the guilt of not being there when his lover died builds a wall around his heart, and until he accepts forgiveness, he must always be Death Pierre Fortsecue is a spoiled rich young man whose heart is broken by the man he thinks he loves Finding himself alone in Paris, Pierre sinks into a haze of heroin He gets a tainted baggie of the drug, and almost dies from it Death arrives to take his soul, and something about Pierre touches the Pale Horseman, who steals him away to help heal As Pierre heals and Death begins to feel again, they begin to wonder if love really is the only emotion needed to overcome desolation and destruction.

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    1. I have to admit I was so excited to read Death's book after reading the previous books in this series but for some reason this story just did not grab me as much as I had hoped it would. Death feels guilt about a lover dying without him being there, than through a event which his sister had been hurt he kills a man and when revenge is taken against him for that death he is killed which causes him to be Death. I really loved Death's character in this book! Pierre has a serious drug problem and wa [...]

    2. Reviewed by Tams Kelly for QUEERcentric BooksDeath is the last story in the four book series – The Four Horsemen by acclaimed author, T.A. Chase. Death started life as Gatian Almasia, a wealthy French businessman not of noble birth. He truly cared for only two people in his entire lifetime: his half-sister and his lover Oliver – who was a prostitute.A few years after Oliver had died at the hands of a “client” – we find Gatian fighting for his sister’s honor. He shoots and ultimately [...]

    3. This is, hands down, my favorite book out of the Four Horsemen by T.A. Chase. At least, so far, because after reading this one and doing some snooping, I found out there will be another book, but more about that later! Death was all I had hoped it would be, and more. While, yes, there are the same troublesome inconsistencies that pop up, the story vastly outweighs them.From the start, Death has been different from the rest of the Horsemen. Unlike the others, he doesn’t feel guilt or regret for [...]

    4. (Originally Reviewed for Love Bytes Same Sex Book Reviews.)Today I’m bringing you the final book in The Four Horsemen series from T. A. Chase. As you know, if you’ve been following my reviews, I’ve reviewed the first three over the last few days, and I personally feel each one has gotten a little better than the one before it, which is good because in my opinion, book one was barely deserving of the “OK” rating I gave it.Finally I’m up to this current installment, Death. It is almost [...]

    5. As a stand-alone, this story carried the most detail and was the most consistent within itself. Unfortunately, it doesn’t bring the whole series to a clear close with some answers, but of itself, this story was well-crafted with understandable motivations and emotions. Death is the newest to assume the mantle within the horsemen, after his death at the hands of those who sought revenge after he won a duel with a man accused of raping his sister. Not upset or guilty because of his last actions, [...]

    6. 4 HeartsFirst published at MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpressDeath has no remorse for the actions that lead to his death. But, he carries guilt over his lovers’ death. Now, he carries the mantle of Death, the Pale Horseman and his new orders take him to a man who is close to death from drug abuse. Pierre has plunged back into drug abuse after discovering his lovers’ betrayal, on the brink of death. He is visited and given a reprieve. Now, with the help of Death, he starts to pul [...]

    7. Okay, so I might be a bit biased towards Death as I have loved his character in the other three books, but I loved the insights into his past and his character that we got in this book. Death has his own lesson to learn, just like the other Horsemen did. And I will also admit to LOVING the growth of Pierre in this story. He goes from being a poor little rich boy, with no friends, high on heroin, to taking responsibilities and standing on his own two feet. He no longer blames the world for his sh [...]

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