Review: 2513


2513 by Miles Kohl

Matthew Andrews shouldn’t be alive. He is the victim of a clerical error by Death, Inc. With a twist of Fate and the oversight of a Reaper, he now has the opportunity that most would kill for: a chance to choose a new life.

But it’s not all fun and games. With the help of a Reaper and a Vampire, Matthew sets out to rewrite his fate before the boss at Death, Inc. – Hades himself – comes to collect what is rightfully his.

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*I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review*

Rating: 4 Stars

2513 is a unique story that depicts dying and the process of collecting souls as a business and Grim Reapers as employees of the corporation.  Due to an error, Matthew Anderson is alive and shouldn’t be. Instead of dying he is offered the chance to choose a different life for himself.

Much of the novel is about Matthew’s choices and the situations that he finds himself in following on from those choices. The banter between the three main characters had me laughing in several places, but as well as humorous this is a thought-provoking read. The end was left somewhat open for a follow up which I’d love to read too.

Overall this was a good, fun read which I enjoyed immensely.

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