Last month, GraveTells reviewed Missouri Dalton's The Grave Watchers ; we managed to talk Sebastien, the main protagonist of the story, into sitting down to chat for a while and answer a few of our... ahem... burning questions. *waggles eyebrows* GT reviewer Captain Dirty Pants had the honor of facilitating the interview, and here's what they talked about...
September 29, 2011
Review: The Grave Watchers by Missouri Dalton
Sebastien Crowle is one of the Grave Watchers, Death's own Men In Black spook squad. Selected by Death herself, the Grave Watchers protect the rest of the dead and punish transgressors with swift, sure justice. Sebastien, however, has a problem. He has become disconnected with life, rousing himself only to eat and do his nightly watch at the local cemetery. (He’s been depressed over the betrayal of a lover that he still finds himself pining for.) Pepper in some notable historical figures, cool weaponry, the cat you wish lived in your house, ancient Gods, hot men, and a nasty big bad. Mix a bit (this is more of a novella than a full blown novel) throw it in the oven, frost with a [...]
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