Xander Chase and the Unicorn Code

Xander Chase and the Unicorn Code Xander Chase and the Unicorn Code by Carrie Weston
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lilly Honey Star is a 15-year-old like no other; she is the sole survivor of a mass murder and is suspected of being the half-mad murderess. Detective Stacy has her doubts about Lilly’s guilt, and when a stranger starts asking bizarre questions, she—along with Lilly—is pulled into the core of the case, which is bigger and more dangerous than they could have ever imagined.

Xander Chase, the angel of death and judiciary of spirits, is on the case. Desperate to make his father, Death himself, proud, Xander must unravel the perilous lies and deceit that’s spread through the realms of sinister creatures, before the murderer’s eye turns on him.

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Lilly Honey, the lone survivor of mass murder, turned suspect is the focal point of this story, along with Detective Stacy and Xander Chase. Xander Chase is on a mission to make his father, Death, proud. Through the eyes of these 3 characters, the story seamlessly crosses from the "real" world to the supernatural to figure out who the perpetrator of the mass murdered was.
The story grabbed my attention early on and kept it with the twists and turns that occurred as the plot developed. Heaven. Hell. Fae. Angels There was so much to take in. Weston did a good job with character building and plot development. The story moved along at a fast pace and was flooded with descriptive imagery that helped Weston skillfully create this world of dark fantasy and mystery. If there was one drawback for me, it would be that in an effort to completely immerse you in this world, the descriptions got a bit wordy. All in all, this was a good read that I would recommend.
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