Review of ‘Deadly Love’

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Killed during a theater audition in Beijing five years ago, Jasmine Huang is determined to know just who killed her. Everyone thinks it was her lover, Chris, but Jasmine’s not sure, and as a ‘spirit,’ she seeks the help of her dead father, Liang’s, spirit to find the truth. Jasmine travels from Beijing to Vancouver’s Chinatown in her search and slowly, the truth emerges; but it wasn’t what she expected.

Deadly Love by Wesley Robert Lowe is paranormal urban fantasy that takes the reader through time, beginning with Jasmine’s grandfather, Guy Wong, and then follows the family’s history from Canada to China and back in a madcap romp that explores the history of Chinese culture and myth and its intersection with the West.

This was an enjoyable read, but there were a number of proofreading issues that in places disrupted the reading experience. Reflecting the author’s screenwriting background, it was very visual in its impact, and as I said, enjoyable—glitches and all. I give it three and a half stars.

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