The Sin Collector: Thomas

This story is meant to be read following Book One in The Sin Collector Series.Thomas has taken vows As an immortal, he is impervious to harm on the battlefield As a Collector, he alone can take away the sins of the fallen and allow them to move peacefully into the next life But valor never comes without sacrifice.Far away from combat is his home, and her name is Lucy LThis story is meant to be read following Book One in The Sin Collector Series.Thomas has taken vows As an immortal, he is impervious to harm on the battlefield As a Collector, he alone can take away the sins of the fallen and allow them to move peacefully into the next life But valor never comes without sacrifice.Far away from combat is his home, and her name is Lucy Lucy is a human and frail from the explosion that nearly took her life, but Thomas s duty pulls him from her before she can recover His letters are his only connection to her, and to her caretaker, Thomas s best friend Emmilina.Thomas has gone to War for his God and for honor but there is an even personal mission that drives him He will find other Collectors, and tell them the secrets he has learned.
The Sin Collector Thomas This story is meant to be read following Book One in The Sin Collector Series Thomas has taken vows As an immortal he is impervious to harm on the battlefield As a Collector he alone can take away t

  • Title: The Sin Collector: Thomas
  • Author: Jessica Fortunato
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Sin Collector: Thomas”

    1. I received an ARC of this story in exchange for a fair review.I love stories that will carry me away and get me so wrapped up in what is going on that I forget that I am reading a story. Fortunato has done this for me. "The Sin Collector" was a fantastic book, but I feel that in "Thomas" she has created a depth of character that made me feel deeply for the situations portrayed. Thomas is a much fuller person in my mind now, with a fascinating story all his own.Setting the story during a war was [...]

    2. I really like what Jessica Fortunato did with Thomas. The story line was very interesting and I always like to know more about certain characters that appear in books, I really believe that it helps you enter the world created by the author in a more realistic manner. I think that what I loved most about the book was being able to understand what the protection ritual was all about. In The Sin Collector we only hear about it since Lily is unconscious throughout the whole process, but in this boo [...]

    3. When I read book #1 of the series earlier this year, I immediately fell in love with the story. It was very different from all the books I read so far in my life, the story of the Sin- Eaters was very fascinating to me. I love learning about myths and legends and this did grab my attention. Book #1 has so many interesting characters, Thomas is one of them. Thomas won the maximum number of votes when the author held an online poll for her readers to decide whose story they would love to read next [...]

    4. cjlistro/2012/07/The Basics: This long short story, or short novella, is a lovely companion to The Sin Collector and a nice interlude before the release of the sequel. It satisfies the curiosities of fans of the first book who met Thomas briefly and, like me, were intrigued by his history. It also takes you more in depth into the protection ritual practiced by the Collectors, as well as Collector lore that could very well become important later on (I hope). Focusing on the two most influential p [...]

    5. Earlier in the year I read Jessica Fortunato’s debut novel The Sin Collector, book one in her Sin Collector Trilogy. The book was a refreshing take on the paranormal in the sense that Fortunato dug up a little known (at least to me) mythical being sometimes known as a Sin-Eater or Collector. That alone had me had me wanting to read the book, and I wasn’t disappointed.Not too long after the author allowed the fans to choose which character from the book they’d like to read as the star of a [...]

    6. *Disclaimer: I did receive a free ARC of this book in order to review prior to release. This however did not influence my review in any way.*Shortly after the release of her debut novel The Sin Collector, Jessica Fortunato held a contest asking her readers which character they would like to learn more about. The winning character was Thomas and this is his story.War always comes at a great price. Thomas knows this better perhaps than anyone. Thomas has seen many wars come and go during his unend [...]

    7. Very interesting story about the early years of Thomas as a Sin Collector. Obviously, you need to read The Sin Collector first to fully understand this story. Otherwise, you would be quite at lost. This short story helps to understand better some events that happen in the original book, and it also sets the ground for future events, since there are open questions. I have read this story in just one hour (because I was interrupted several times), and I have loved it. Jessica Fortunato does a grea [...]

    8. I received this ARC for a fair review.The Good:Characters: I loved Thomas from the first book, The Sin Collector. I was excited to see what history made Thomas into the man he was. I was not let down. We get to see Thomas struggle between love and duty. You got a reel feeling for him and the other characters. I'm hoping to see more of Emmilina in later books.Pacing: I love fast paced books and this one did not disappoint. Since it was a short story, I devoured it in one night but it still left m [...]

    9. Hot on the heels of her impressive debut, “The Sin Collector,” Jessica Fortunato delves into the tragic past of one of her characters to deliver another amazing story. In a case of truly giving fans what they asked for, Fortunate held a contest that let readers select the main character of her next book and they chose Thomas! “The Sin Collector: Thomas” moves though multiple, pivotal time periods of Thomas’ existence—a skillful approach that allows Fortunato to present a bigger pictu [...]

    10. A book must grab my attention and keep it. I was bored by 7% and stopped reading just could not go any farther.

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