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Promise Debt Collector #7 ➷ Promise Debt Collector #7 Free ➭ Author Susan Kaye Quinn – Urban Fantasy with a Cyberpunk Twist seventh episode of the nine part serial What’s your life worth on the open market In this gritty urban fantasy debt collectors take your life energy and give it Urban Fantasy with a Cyberpunk Twist seventh episode of the nine part serial What’s your life worth on the open market In this gritty urban fantasy debt collectors take your life energy and give it to someone “worthy” all while paying the Promise Debt PDF \ price with black marks on their soulsPromise is approximately words or pages and is the seventh of nine episodes in the first season of The Debt Collector serialLirium tries to keep his promise to Madam A to do transfers for her kids but he is afraid Kolek will go after his momContains mature content and themesOPTIONED FOR VIRTUAL REALITY BY IMMERSIVE ENTERTAINMENT Semi Finalist in Science Fiction in the Kindle Book AwardsIt is recommended that you start with the first season but each season is a complete story for that debt collector and can serve as an entry point to the series There are five planned seasons in the Debt Collector series the first four each from the perspective of a different debt collector with the fifth season bringing all four together READING ORDERSeason One – Lirium COMPLETEEpisodes Delirium Agony Ecstasy Broken Driven Fallen Promise Ruthless PassionSeason Two – Wraith available for pre order releases Episodes Wraith Specter Menace Temptation Shattered Penance Judgment Corruption Atonement.

  • ebook
  • Promise Debt Collector #7
  • Susan Kaye Quinn
  • English
  • 09 March 2016

About the Author: Susan Kaye Quinn

CLICK HERE for a FREE STORYSusan Kaye uinn is a rocket scientist turned speculative fiction author who now uses her PhD to invent cool stuff in books Her works range from young adult science fiction to adult future noir with side trips Promise Debt PDF \ into royal fantasy romance and middle grade Her bestselling novels and short stories have been optioned for Virtual Reality translated into German and French and featured in several anthologies She writes full time from Chicago inventing mind powers and dreaming of the SingularityAll of Sue's booksYOUNG ADULT SCIENCE FICTIONSingularity Novel Series.

10 thoughts on “Promise Debt Collector #7

  1. J.A. Belfield J.A. Belfield says:

    Okay so I’ve made absolutely no secret about my love for all things Lirium Never in my imaginings when I picked up that first Debt Collector episode to check out Susan’s writing did I expect to fall in love with this series the way that I have As for it being in instalments? Dude I even love that Because I love the little bite sized pieces with get that fill in my reading gaps and pump me with emotion usually on Lirium’s behalf and then leave me snorting at the gate to race off to the instant I see the next episode go live It has been a long time since I’ve gotten this excited over a story and for those who don’t know this is a self published beauty at that and it’s been a long time since I have fallen so deeply in love with a character that my heart actually hurts for themAnd I have felt this way about Lirium from episode one Each and every instalment of this series leave the poor baby somewhat emotionally scathed and I feel for him every darn time But this episode? Dayam from the very first word Promise tugged at my heartstrings and I pretty much spent the entire read looking a lot like this As usual I’m not going to go specifying the plot of this one I’m just going to assure you that this was another awesome addition where the reader is allowed even deeper still into Lirium’s mind and emotions characters from earlier on in the series make a VERY welcome return and add another layer to the plot that I’ve missed since they ceased to be around and the reader is left wondering once again how anything can possibly be okay for Lirium ever againLoved it You should read Where’s my next fix?

  2. Norm Davis Norm Davis says:

    Following Fallen's five star performance this book or episode is mild It is still interesting and Susan Kaye uinn doesn't let Lirium change out of his still bloody clothes before he's on to the next adventure in this seasonMay not belong in a review but I'm growing less disapproving of this new literature nomenclature of a season filled with books Still better that I don't get chatty about it though I remain a fan of Susan her story ideas and how she presents them I don't think about authors as much as I used to but Susan is interesting on multiple levelsSadly Lirium our protagonist isn't terribly complex I believe that this Debt Collector season is far plot driven than character driven not that characters are all cardboard cut outsLirium makes it to a safe house so exhausted he has passed out on the floor short of the bed He is awakened by one of Madam Anastazja's girls There's no time to breathe in this season there's at least a few things Madam Anastazja wants from Lirium and Lirium has at least two things at the top of his exhausting agenda including finding his mother before those who want Lirium dead locate herLirium seems to have the inner emotional life of a lion that regrets it has to eat meat while wishing he could just be a lamb or maybe a service dog doing good or at least doing something that will change him from the death monster that debt collectors areWhile I may not care for Mrs uinn's characterization of Lirium I do think she bravely attempts to sort out what might be going on with a person who sucks the life out of people until they are dead as a debt collector and then pays out the life collected to worthy souls Brave or not Mrs uinn does set her characters in a plot that is similar to a 45 degree downward slope and the characters seem barely able to keep their feet under them as they plunge onward to the next very urgent thing to doYou might want to pick up this season and explore Mrs uinn's fast pace adventures

  3. Lola Lola says:

    I have no idea why it took me so long to start this but I am a bit glad I did because I really want to read the next episode now and now I only have to wait a short while till the next episode is on KoboThis episode start of pretty dark and a bit depressing after what happened at the end of the last episode It took me a few pages to get into the story again but I finished it in one sitting after that It's a great episode and I can't wait to read what happens next and I am so anxious to know how this season will end and if it's a good ending and there is still so much that can happen in the last 2 episodesLirium really is an awesome character and it's great how in the end he did manage to go on after what happened in the last episode He really is a good guy and strong too He shows a bit of his soft side in this episode and I really hope there will be a happy ending for him because he deserves thatTo conclude I really enjoyed this episode and finished it in one sitting And I really hope there will be a happy ending at the end of this season because Lirium deserves that Can't wait for the next episode

  4. Veronica of V& Veronica of V& says:

    The word integrity means to be honest and to keep one's word essentially making promises and keeping them Well that's what has happened here in Episode 7 of the Debt Collector seriesFresh off a horrific battle that leaves Lirium on the run from the mob burdened by guilt and desperate to find his mother before she's another mob hit we get a new lens with which to examine this enigmatic hero Not only does he return to Madam A's to provide life saving mercy payouts to the dying children housed there he develops a plan to end the black market transferring of life energy from kids With Lirium's newly enhanced collector ability and his absolutely ruthless sense of duty the race to save his mother is one he's determined to win For this he enlists the unwilling help of Candy Kane Thornton his psych officer who sent the mob after Lirium in the first place The plan is moving forward until Lirium's mom is found in the worst of all places for a rescue The pace is tight and the stakes are the highest they've ever been allowing the reader to examine the cost of a promise and the value of integrityAnd the number of hours 336 ugh until the release of Episode 8

  5. Brooke (The Cover Contessa) Brooke (The Cover Contessa) says:

    Another awesome episodeI will honestly say that I never intended to love this series so much I mean I knew that I loved Susan's writing don't get me wrong But I wasn't expecting to be pulled into this and get so completely engrossed in it To be waiting with baited breath for the next episode every time I get to the last page of oneAnd I never expected to fall for Lirium so hard I mean the guy was not so nice at the beginning of all this He just did his job and went about throwing his emotions out the window and not worrying about them But slowly he's become and of a man More and of someone who is capable of so much than just his job I'm really getting an idea of his sense of duty Of who he was before he took on his job as debt collector I can't say much because as usual I don't want to give anything away But I can say that if you have not picked up this serial I really don't know what you are waiting for

  6. Monica Millard Monica Millard says:

    This is the seventh installment of the Debt Collectors serialseasonLirium has escaped from the mob boss Kolek but only after great sacrifices were made my those he cares deeply for Now Lirium has to find his mother and save her while avoiding the mob and living a life worth living to honor his friends who've sacrificed so much for him to have this chanceHe plans to find and save his mother's life help the children Mistress A has risked so much to smuggle out of the hospitals and keep from being transferred out illegally and maybe blow the whole illegal operation open It doesn't leave much time for mourning his friendsI love Lirium and I love this series I also love that we get to see Apple Girl again and the altruistic Florence Nightingale sex workers at Mistress A's house Their plight is one of the reasons I was so uickly drawn in I'm glad to see it did circle back aroundCan't wait to see where it all ends up

  7. Julie Julie says:

    CAN IT GET ANY BETTER?I didn't think Susan Kaye uinn could make this series any better than it has been Well episode 7 is the best yet So much happens it's hard to keep track Lirium is I guess you would say growing into his own person This is a very emotional episode it had me in tears in the middle and then cheering Lirium on towards the end I was really into the episode Lirium was becoming stronger emotionally He was coming to terms with what his job had been to what he was going to make it become He was going to make it better and then WHAM it's over And you have to wait for the next one Susan has done an excellent job of pulling you in and making sure you stay invested You don't even mind that You just want the next episode now If you haven't started this series yet you don't know what your missing The best sci fi series out there Please get it today

  8. Debbie Debbie says:

    This is my favorite episode to date Fueled by anger grief and love Lirium chooses his path and goes after it with a vengeance His indecision and fear are gone replaced by determination and a need to validate the sacrifices of his friends I'm not an angel of death today and the spook can go back to hell where he belongsI don't think he'll be letting his reflection haunt him much any He's coming to terms with his abilities as much as that's possible and is through being pushed around He's interesting with every episode I never did like Candy The scene in her office made me cheer Go Lirium

  9. Devin Devin says:

    Review also available at final third of the first season of DEBT COLLECTOR begins tying up the loose ends of family and obligation once our hero has dramatically escaped from the mob And our Lirium is on his way toward being a bit of a badass now that he's properly scarred and motivated I'm looking forward to see how this set of serials winds down from here

  10. Amie McCracken Amie McCracken says:

    Things just keep getting and personal Lirium shows his vulnerabilities and becomes human with each episode This one in particular brings out the heart wrenching beauty of his love for his mother Yet he continues to believe he is a terrible creature simply because genetic mutation made him a monster Yet again I can't wait for

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