Book Review – The MPire: Death Cometh June 15, 2011Posted by Jaidis in 4 Tree Reviews, Book Reviews, Book Tours, Jaidis Shaw Reviews, Nurture Your Books.
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Mallory Towneson Haulm, financial wizard and consummate ladies man, brings the four horsemen to completion as he reluctantly embraces his destined charge as Death. While struggling to maintain his lavish façade, Mallory witnesses bits of his glamorous world slipping through his hands. How can he balance his earthly paradise with his diabolical calling of the earth’s fate?
And then there was one…
Death Cometh divulges life shattering secrets that move Heaven and Earth as Mallory’s true destined charge transforms him, requiring him to take his rightful place. However, his father, Malcolm is not quite ready to relinquish control.
The battle lines have been drawn and the most consecrated ritual will allow only one to be Death. Who will survive?
The controversy returns in The MPire: Death Cometh by T.L. James. In book one, The MPire: In Search of the Lost, we were first introduced to Mallory Towneson Haulm. Just as everything was looking up, Mallory was forced back into the family business where he was expected to take on his role as the Fourth Horseman, Death. In book two, The MPire: Death Cometh, Mallory is struggling as he tries to learn about his new future.
Malcolm is not only Mallory’s father but holds the current position of Death. There is a severe lack of communication and a never-ending power struggle between Malcolm and Mallory. Mallory just wants his father to teach him what he is suppose to do. Malcolm has a fear that Mallory will take over and eliminate him. This makes Malcolm more stubborn than ever as he refuses to pass the position over to Mallory.
As with all secrets, they always have a way of coming out. The Haulms family must decide as a unit whether they are able to accept these secrets or if it will ruin everything. I must admit that even I was shocked with some of the twists and turns throughout The MPire: Death Cometh. With the tense cliffhanger at the end, I’m left wondering what is in store for Mallory in book three, The MPire: Trinity.
This book contains very strong sexual themes in both M/F and M/M scenarios, strong language and violence and should only be read by mature adult audiences with open minds.