• Death's Door

  • The Lazarus Codex, Book 6
  • By: E. A. Copen
  • Narrated by: Travis Baldree
  • Length: 10 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (105 ratings)

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Death's Door

By: E. A. Copen
Narrated by: Travis Baldree
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Publisher's Summary

Hell hath no fury like a Horseman scorned.

They say the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. For Lazarus Kerrigan, that couldn't be further from the truth. He's got no intention of playing nice once he gets there, not with Emma's soul on the line.

To free her, he'll have to travel through not one Hell, but seven, cutting deals with ghosts, Titans, and gods who would rather crush the Pale Horseman than help him.

Opening that many doors to the underworld is a dangerous plan, one that will require him to call in every favor. It still might not be enough to help him get there in time, since he's got only seven days before death's door slams shut to him forever.

Time to raise a little Hell.

©2018 E. A. Copen (P)2021 Tantor

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Really enjoyable

it is intense and will keep your attention. Also has an unexpected twist at the end.

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A little confusing, but I am still loving Laz

I found this one to be a little confusing at times, so far as the steps Lazarus had to take to travel through the various parts of Hell and back again. It's possible that some of that was me not paying enough attention, but I kinda just had to roll with it after awhile. I was also not entirely sure about what happened at the end either, but I can't really go into that because of spoilers. One day, I'll re-read or re-listen to it and see if I'm just missing something.
I DID figure out one bit of the series arc before Lazarus did, so that made me feel a bit smarter at least.
And despite any confusion I might've had, I did really enjoy it. There's a lot of emotion in this one - I laughed often and I even got teary-eyed at one point.
I listened to the audiobook, as I have with the preceding books, and enjoyed Baldree's narration as usual. I will say that I've kind of figured out his limits so far as women's voices, but fortunately, there aren't usually more than a couple women in a scene. Considering the enormous amount of characters that pop up throughout the series, one can't be too critical.

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The best in the series

Can't recommend this one enough. E. A. Copen knocks it out of the park with this thrilling, heart-warming, and comedic entry into the Lazurus Codex.