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Book Review - EXP1RE by ERIN NOELLE

Well holy shit !!!!! It is my first read by Erin Noelle and what a way for me to discover a new to me author because Exp1re was simply amazing. This book is unlike any other book I have read. The storyline so interesting, intriguing and just well different but had me thinking about what life would be like as the main female character. To look into someone's eyes and know when they were going to die I don't know how I could do it. This book starts off with a fair amount of tragedy and its heart breaking but for me what stood out is Lyra and what she sees when she looks at someone. The loneliness that she has chosen to avoid having to see when others will die. I can't even imagine that kind of life and immediately I feel sad for her. Enter Tavian and instantly I am in love with this man. His take on life, wanting to live it to the fullest. These two are opposites, while she retreats and avoids he takes the bulls by the horns. I couldn't helped but be sucked in to their story. Strangers almost thrust together by what I would call fate but that fate has an expiry date on it or does it? With Lyra knowing when others will die just by looking into their eyes I couldn't help but think to myself and honestly pray please please give me a plot twist somewhere because while I think I know where this is heading I don't want it to be that way because these two have found their way into my heart and their story needs to have an HEA. And yes I would say that we get some plot twist thrown our way including an ending that left me yelling NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO desperately tapping my kindle wanting more pages to appear. An absolutely brilliant storyline with characters that I found myself clinging to with hope. I will absolutely one click the next book and I will also be checking out more fro Erin Noelle.


Numbers. They haunt me. I can't look into a person's eyes without seeing the six-digit date of their death. I’m helpless to change it, no matter how hard I try. I’ve trained myself to look down. Away. Anywhere but at their eyes. My camera is my escape. My salvation. Through its lens, I see only beauty and life—not death and despair. Disconnected from all those around me, I’m content being alone, simply existing. Until I meet him. Tavian. The man beyond the numbers. How can I stay away, when everything about him draws me in? But how can I fall in love, knowing exactly when it will expire?


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