The fact that children were the target made me care so deeply about the outcome of the story and that made the tension in the book almost unbearable at times.
And the story had some great twists and turns all the way through that kept you guessing. This story was a great lead-in to a very prevalent sub-plot in the next book in the series. After a small horde of zombies appear Juliana has to go undercover in a town that thrives off of money made on drugs, sex, and blood. The only negative thing I have to say about this book is that I wish the hunt for the villain introduced in the first book was given a little more power in this last one.
Because his subplot threads through all the way from the beginning and the trauma he caused Juliana deserved more attention. On the non-vengenful hand, how this subplot was treated did allow for more of the Michael Bishop story to shine through, which I rather enjoyed.
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During the Chaos War storyline, Daimon Hellstrom mentions to Hercules that Death has fled their reality upon Amatsu-Mikaboshi triumphing in the realms of the dead, causing the souls of the deceased to be unleashed upon the Earth, and rendering the victims of the siege, whose injuries might otherwise prove fatal, merely locked in a deathless limbo. Following the Dead No More: The Clone Conspiracy storyline, Death has appeared in Las Vegas under the guise of Marlo Chandler to talk with Ben Reilly - the clone of Spider-Man , recently brought back to life and spending some time acting as the new Jackal - initially instructing him to go after a duo of teen punks randomly shooting civilians around the city, claiming that she is testing what he will do about this discovery.
Ben manages to find the criminals, shooting one of them twice with his own gun but avoiding causing fatal injuries, but when he is attacked by his "brother" and fellow clone Kaine after the death of a girl Reilly had been trying to treat for a serious illness, Marlo appears and kills Kaine with a single touch. She reveals that he has "died" so many times that his soul has become corrupted and if he undergoes one more resurrection, he will likely suffer so much spiritual damage that his soul will be broken for good.
She offers Reilly the chance to restore Cassandra Mercury's daughter Abigail or Kaine to life before she departs. When Reilly asks her to save both of them and kill him instead, Death not only heals the other two, but also restores Reilly to a healthy physical appearance. Death also affirms that he has made a start on his efforts to redeem himself of his sins as the Jackal and to become a hero again. Death is an abstract entity, possessing nigh infinite power and knowledge.
The character occasionally appears as a humanoid female so as to be able to be perceived by lesser beings, and resides inside a pocket dimension known as the Realm of Death. In the series Earth X , Death used the secret that Thanos' mother was a Skrull to trick him into believing she is his mother.
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