“Jonah is a reviver. He has the ability to touch a person who is dead and communicate with them. Due to his talent he is a great asset to the police department. He has helped solved many murder cases.
After his latest case Jonah wonders if he is not going crazy. After he has finished talking with the dead, the victim looks right at Jonah and says” We see you”. Jonah tells his boss but his boss just brushes it off as if Jonah has been working too hard and needs a break. Whatever the “we” are, they are coming for Jonah.
The first reason I noticed this book was the book cover. It was eye catching and creepy in a good way. Then I read the back cover of this book and the summary and I knew I had to check this book out.
So glad I did. This book was everything I hoped it would be. It was intriguing, good storyline and a great main character. The ability that Jonah has as a reviver is cool but I can also see how it can also be a burden. I was reading this book and going along fine until I got to this one part in the book where right after Jonah had just revived a young girl. She had walked in on a burglar. She was killed. Jonah had an experience moment where he spotted the killer and jumped him. Afterwards he looked right at the girl’s father and said “I’m sorry” “It was him, Dad. He did it. He killed me.” This is when I knew I was really hooked.
The ending finished strong. It leaves me waiting in anticipation for the next book. Reviver is thrilling, roller coaster of a good time that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat!