Lethe

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Dan Tompkins, dead of supernatural causes at age 22, washes up on Lethe, where souls go to forget life and strive for Elysium. Pining for Gina, the love he left behind, Dan wants out. He teams with rogue soul Marco Sabonis to find a way back to the land of life. The Elysial powers are not amused. There may be Hell to pay.
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
  • Words: 74,990
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781452329314
About A. Sparrow

I'm terribly unprofessional and self-loathing. I can't imagine why anyone here would want to know anything about me. I write mainly for my own entertainment. It's fun to chase stories. Anyone else who finds enjoyment from it is a plus.

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sourav kothari reviewed on Oct. 29, 2015

enjoyable read
(review of free book)
Angelo Tsanatelis reviewed on May 16, 2011

I enjoyed this story. It has a clever plot and in a lot of ways, a rewarding ending. Worth the download.
(review of free book)
LouAnn reviewed on May 14, 2011

A.Sparrow has not disappointed me yet. The premise of life after death is always intoxicating. The parallels to the Greek underworld cannot be dismissed. Enjoyed the ending...or is it a beginning???
(review of free book)
Geoffrey Thomas reviewed on Oct. 7, 2010

I must admit that I like Xenolith and Peregrin better than Lethe. I am a fan of A.Sparrow. And I don't normally like to walk down this path.
But Lethe is a neat spin on the mythical Greek underworld location.
You will not regret reading this work by an up-and-coming author.
Like other reviewers, I like the ending.
(reviewed 76 days after purchase)
stano reviewed on Sep. 9, 2010
(no rating)
Thoroughly recommended.
The book begins with the death of young man Daniel, the main hero of the book. From here the book looks backward, a little bit, but mainly it looks forward, to her (no, "her" is not a typo ;-) ) adventures on Lethe.
Lethe is the place where [some?] souls end up [temporarily?] when they die. Except that Daniel is not a soul. Jet.
To me, Lethe had a lot in common with the underworld from the Greek mythology. And yet, the book has a very contemporary feel.

I found the conclusion of the book very ... satisfying. I can't be more specific, because I do not want to spoil the book for you.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
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