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What the community says about You Slay Me (Aisling Grey)
- "The main character, Aisling Grey gets tangled up in a murder investigation while trying to deliver an artifact. There are also strong paranormal elements at play as Grey discovers that she guards Hell. If you like a quirky story with fun characters who get into continual mix-ups, this is a good choice as the writing is very good. "
- "This book was really good, and if you are into vampire or fantasy books like Twilight, I highly recommend you start this series. The inner struggle of Aisling was a strong point of the book. She is a guardian of the Gates of Hell and she spends the book going around Paris hunting Drake Vireo, a wyvern. Drake seemed coo l, but when she steals a package from Aisling, Aisling is forced to go after Drake. This romantic tension and the struggle over her feelings for Drake make this book an interesting read that kept me hooked."
- "I read the book during my vacation because my sister had told me it was not bad and because it was there. I didn't last for more than a few chapters. Not because it's fantasy - I love a good fantasy novel or series. Not because it's a bit on the dopey side - dopey can be good. But because it kind of sucks, really. I mean, if you go to the extent of writing a book, let alone a whole series, couldn't you at least make sure there a bit of coherence in the story, and the tone. It feels like every time the writer was going back to her writing table to add to her novel, she only barely remembered what she had written before and didn't bother to check. After a while it gets pretty hard to follow and the suspension of disbelief gets a bit difficult to come by. Try at your own risk."