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Pestilence (The Four Horsemen #1)

They came to earthPestilence, War, Famine, Deathfour horsemen riding their screaming steeds, racing to the corners of the world. Four horsemen with the power to destroy all of humanity. They came to earth, and they came to end us all. When Pestilence comes for Sara Burns town, one thing is certain: everyone she knows and loves is marked for death. Unless, of course, the angelic-looking horseman is stopped, which is exactly what Sara has in mind when she shoots the unholy beast off his steed.Too bad no one told her Pestilence cant be killed. Now the horseman, very much alive and very pissed off, has taken her prisoner, and hes eager to make her suffer. Only, the longer shes with him, the more uncertain she is about his true feelings towards her and hers towards him. And now, well, Sara might still be able to save the world, but in order to do so, she'll have to sacrifice her heart in the process....

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Pestilence (The Four Horsemen #1) Reviews

  • Lucia

    Worldbuilding - 2 STARS

    Pestilence is a romance set in dystopian world but in its core this is not a dystopian novel. This should serve as a warning for all of you hardcore dystopian/fantasy/paranormal lovers who (like me) expect actual worldbuilding when presented with new world/creatures - there is almost none worldbuilding in this book.

    Plot line - 1 STAR

    Worldbuilding aside, this novel also lacks plot. Literally, there wasn't happening anything remarkable that would push story forward. There wa

  • Penny Reid

    I almost stopped reading this book at 75% because it was soooooo gooooooooooood. This train of thought probably doesn't make sense to most people, but the beginning and middle were so great, I worried the ending wouldn't adequately pull everything together / would ruin it. I kept thinking, "How is she going to pull this together?!?!!?" But since the beginning / middle were amazing, I decided to have faith that the end would be as well.

    The ending didn't completely ruin the book. But it did (view

  • Katerina

    Katerina's Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse

    (or Pestilence and All His Friends)

    DO not, I repeat do not, let mind-blowingly beautiful covers seduce you. This is the first step towards your doom.

    IF you were weak like me and gave in to the temptress called Cover, you must be prepared to shut your moral compass. That is necessary if you do not wish to spend your entire reading experience hearing the voices in your head screaming

    ACCEPT that you WILL NOT dive into


    This is wrong on so many levels.

    If you follow my reviews, you must have known by now that I don't do 2 stars. I've always stood for the idea that authors expose themselves when they publish a book, because willingly or not they pour a part of their souls into their works, so 3 stars has been my lowest rating, out of (maybe misguided, maybe not) respect. But this time, I couldn't help myself. It's not because Laura Thalassa is a bad writer; on the contrary, I enjoyed her prose in general, and liked the sarcasm that laced her narration, so this is by no means an attack to her talent, or the author herself. I also know, taking into consideration the average rating of this book, that I express a highly unpopular opinion, without intending to offend all those readers that enjoyed Pestilence. The truth is, I envy them. The blame for not liking Pestilence is all mine, since I knew it was about the unlikely romance between a human and the first of the Four Horsemen, thus being aware that the line between right and wrong would be blurry. But guys, the way the main heroine, Sara, perceives things is all messed up.

    Let me give you an example: the last time Sara (who was taken captive by Pestilence) and Pestilence entered a big city, riding his undead stallion, the citizens had set up an ambush, resulting to Pestilence being gravely injured (note that he cannot be killed). So, the next time they approach a big city, Sara wants to get off the main road, because:

    a) she wants to spare the people that didn't evacuate from a horrible, painful death

    b) she's afraid she might be killed in the ambush

    c) she doesn't want undying Pestilence to get hurt

    And yes, Sara goes for option c). I suspect she wanted them to throw Pestilence a welcome party as a thank you for, you know, exterminating human race.

    Don't get me wrong, along the way they encountered some really nasty people who committed atrocities against them, and I do not condone that. However, Sara was present when children and sweet elderly people died because of Pestilence, when children lost mothers to plague and parents lost their children when Pestilence commandeered their homes in order for Sara to eat their food (!) and rest (!), something Sara gradually came to accept. I am sorry, but this is beyond disturbing.

    One could say that the whole point of this book is to show that Pestilence came to understand humanity and found compassion through the power of luuve, to depict Sara's inner battle etc. I beg to differ. I don't blame Pestilence for his nature (even though, to be honest, he was able to spare people but he did so only for the hot chick he encountered), I blame Sara for her tolerance. Pestilence tortured her, abused her, made her suffer again and again, and she stood by his side when he spread death and mourning, getting angry at the people who tried to stop him.

    Sadly, this f!cked up relationship was not my only issue. The entire book consists of the same routine: Pestilence and Sara travel on horseback, they find some poor fellow's house to rest, and once in a while they encounter desperate people trying to stop them. It eventually got really tedious, it felt like I witnessed the same events again and again.

    *another sigh*

    To sum up, Pestilence was not the book for me.

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  • V. PARENTAL GUIDANCE ALERT:  A Court of Wings and Ruin is NEW ADULT/EROTICA but Goodreads editors won't tell you


    No Cheating,

    No Other Woman

    No Other Men,

    plus Virgin hero!

    More info on safety below

    Jason Lewis as Pest!

    Thank you Laura Thalassa for writing this beautiful enemies to lovers book. And their love conquered everything! I'm so happy LOVE was such an important part of their redemption! Additional thanks to you Laura Thalassa for trusting your talent and hard work SO MUCH as to avoid falling into the pattern of false/deceiving /misleading advertising. That speaks volumes of your

  • Gio

    From The First Page I Was Hooked

    The Four Horseman Of The Apocalypse Have Come To Earth

    Pestilence The Conqueror Our Hero (Pest Is What I Call Him) Is The First

    Travis Fimmel

    Pest Job Is To Spread The Plague

    Sara Our Heroine Firefighter Has Been Chosen To Kill Him

    The Meet-Cute Is Violent

    The Humor Is Dark

    Our Heroine Is Snarktastic

    Quotes From Poe An Shakespeare

    Tours Through Apocalyptic Cities

    Emotional Feels Mixed With Deep Thought About Suffering And Death

    Falling In Love Has Never Been This Hard


  • Kate ♥

    5 Stars!!!

    Wow what an amazing book!!! At first I thought it was going to be corny, but damn I was blown away!!! This book was fricken fantastic! It was full of angst and it definitely took me on an emotional roller coaster! Also the author is fricken hilarious!!!

    I definitely recommend this book to readers who are looking for a different subject to read about!!

  • Jilly

    Things I have never expected to say:

    1. I think I'll pass on dessert.

    2. This is my natural hair color.

    3. You girls go get drunk and wild in Vegas without me.

    4. I love Pestilence and I can't wait for War!

    Okay, so I have still never said the first three, but number 4 is very true. Pestilence is my new book boyfriend. And, good news, HE is actually robbing the cradle, instead of me being a cougar this time. I think I read Paranormal just to get book boyfriends my own age - ancient.

    Actual footage of

  • AMY ♥(pronounced AH-MEI)♥

    Update 6

    Guys! Don't get so worked out! It's just a book! A good book, too.

    It's fiction people.

    How is the cover deceiving? A horseman of the apocalypse falls in love with hot chick. I mean that's not lovey-dovey romance, or post-apocalyptic adventure: it's romance of the dark-ish kind. Anyone can see that just by looking at the cover.

    So Pestilence kills people?


    Update 5

    "I came to conquer this land and its people, but instead, one of its people conquered me."

    4.5 pestilential stars!

    Buddy read st