Pagan and Dank – Where do authors get these names?
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌏🌍🌎
Character development: 👨🏻👱🏻♀️🧔🏻👩🏻
The heroine: Pagan – she sees ghosts though she doesn’t acknowledge them since they can’t talk to her. However, when she sees a handsome ghost outside her school and he talks to her, she doesn’t know what to think.
The Hero(es): Dank – he is Death, not a ghost. He isn’t surprised that she can see him but he is surprised that she sees other souls. He is fascinated by Pagan and inserts himself into her life. He breaks a rule for her.
The Story: Dank sometimes appears as a ghost to Pagan and sometimes appears as a real person, a rock star who starts attending her school. Pagan, thinking Dank is just a ghost, falls for and begins dating a guy named Leif, the football star at her school.
The story is original and interesting though I really disliked the narration. The narrator Ashley Litz has a fine voice for the heroine, Pagan and even when she does the guys voices it is pleasant, but her voices for other girls actually hurt my ears. They were high and extremely screeching, absolutely grating.
Though now that I am invested in the story, I plan to listen to the next book. I am just hoping there aren’t as many supporting characters that are girls.
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