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The Remortal

The Remortal Telly is a homeless teenager struggling to survive on the streets of Los Angeles but he has just met a man that can make all of his dreams come true His rich new benefactor only asks for one thing in

  • Title: The Remortal
  • Author: Ramsey Isler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Telly is a homeless teenager struggling to survive on the streets of Los Angeles, but he has just met a man that can make all of his dreams come true His rich new benefactor only asks for one thing in return something no one else has been able to do for two and a half centuries.He wants Telly to kill him.The man with the death wish is named Van, and he offers Telly anesTelly is a homeless teenager struggling to survive on the streets of Los Angeles, but he has just met a man that can make all of his dreams come true His rich new benefactor only asks for one thing in return something no one else has been able to do for two and a half centuries.He wants Telly to kill him.The man with the death wish is named Van, and he offers Telly anescape from the constant fear, hunger, and shame that have haunted him during his homelessness Telly thought he had Van all figured out, until a chance encounter with a gun wielding thug shows that bullets don t do Van the slightest bit of harm.Van is much than he seems he s an immortal seeking escape from a world he now despises He desires a higher plane of existence, but in order to get there he must train someone to complete the grim ritual that will free him from the confines of his immortal body If Telly can fulfill Van s request, he will inherit Van s wealth, strength, and eternal youth But he soon discovers that Van is a harsh teacher with a questionable sense of morality, and there are other immortals who believe Van s plans for ascension could lead to something they ve been dreading for centuries the birth of a wrathful god.

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    1. Review published at The BiblioSanctum: Immortality is boring. This is one of the aspects of stories about immortality that I enjoy, but not many of the stories I’ve read deal with this. Or rather, they don’t focus on the desire of an immortal to move on. I was attracted to The Remortal specifically because this was the plot of the book. An immortal, Van Giles, is tired of his life on earth and wants to ascend to something greater in the unknown beyond. To do so, he needs a successor to kill [...]

    2. How would you like to be immortal? Basically, that was the offer given to teenage street kid Telly when he was rescued by a strange man named Van while being pursued by a drug dealer he'd ripped off for a few bucks.There are only four immortals in the world. No one knows exactly, but there are legends. In the ancient past, some of the Gods wanted to offer immortality to mortals. As punishment, they were condemned to live among them. There were a few rules. You can tell no one about it. You can't [...]

    3. A nice, short read. The characters were a bit bland for my taste, especially Telly. And the ending felt a bit rushed. The writing was pretty OK, but felt a bit too fanfiction at times. You know, when the author wants something to happen but is too lazy or just unable to make it happen in a plausible, coherent way. Then all of a sudden a massive vault appears that holds your friend and even your superpowers won't break it in time.

    4. Immortals get tired and then what? Only thing to do is become a god. Difficulty is you have to find the right person to take over for you. Enter the story here. Fairly basic but with many moments of deeper thinking and characters fleshed out enough to make the story quite a bit of fun to read. Worth your time and then some.

    5. I liked the idea of this book. Delivery aka plot and characters were refreshing and unique. (I loved that he didn't have parents who just up and died unexpectedly or mysteriously and found out he had powers.) Character development and degree of deviousness was also above average. Back stories of the characters should have been shown more than told/explained. But somewhere in the middle of it getting good it kind of tangled with getting worse. It's difficult to describe. Not a bad book to pick u [...]

    6. A very good read. I kept turning pages all the way to the last one to see what was going to happen next. I will defiantly look for more books by this author. I hope to see another book that continues Telly and Mattie's story of immortality.

    7. Overall rating = 3 & 1/2 stars. I was very intrigued by this book's blurb and the author was kind enough to provide a review copy. I liked the story and characterization however the ending didn't quite match up the premise and overall awesomeness of the tale. More to come in FBC review

    8. ImmortalityThis novel about immortality wasn't what I was hoping for. The plot was kind of muddled making it hard to follow.

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