The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer [BOOK REVIEW]

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This week’s prompt, I thought, was great for the review I promised on my blog for the book The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer. Throughout the book, I found myself thinking the lyrics of the song Unsaid by The Fray suited the theme perfectly.

Here is a snippet of the wonderful lyrics:

But suffice it to say
We’re leaving things unsaid
We sing ourselves to sleep
Watching the day lie down instead

It is directly comparable to the quality of The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer, a book I fell in love with while reading, and never stopped to take a breath. Not to mention, my mind is still whirling in the plot of the story. It was an unforgettable story.

The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer (Preview)

Refusing to collect a soul was never a part of his bargain…

Haunted by the death of a fiance he doesn’t want, Marcus Kent strikes a deal with Death. For a century, he gathers souls by night in exchange for her life. By day, he endures a droning existence at her side while troubled by the many lives he has taken. However, when he’s tasked with collecting Abigail Archer’s soul, that monotonous gray is dispelled. He not only finds a healthy girl—with an eerie likeness to his fiancée—waiting for death, but a girl as plagued as he by the death of another.

Drawn to the mysteries of her soul, and the reason she waits for death, Marcus forms an awkward friendship with Abigail that quickly grows into more. She breathes life back into him. He can’t relinquish it—any more than he can relinquish her.

But breaking a deal with Death has consequences he cannot escape—at least not for long.

Although I don’t usually read exclusive romances, The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer was too brilliant, too thought-provoking to ignore. Monica Sanz’s writing, I believe, is one of the most beautiful styles I’ve ever witnessed. It is metaphorical, literary without ever being pretentious, and a fine example of how to write a literary work of fiction.

Have a look at some of my favourite passages, referenced from the sample of the Smashwords edition.


The dark room, barely lit by a single hanging bulb, was immaculate, save for a brown coat sprawled out on the four-poster bed at the far end of the box-like room. A white, wooden dresser was set on the opposite white wall. Its top was bare and unpolished. A standing oval mirror stood in the shadowed corner, and beside it, white shades veiled the only window. Considering the rest of the apartment, the chalk white room was an entirely different world, a frosted asylum, apparently void of life. But there was life, and Marcus was there for it—for her, Abigail Archer. (pg 9)


Half an hour later, Marcus stood motionless by a window watching the city strum with life beneath him. He sighed and turned away from the pure morning light to the constant rhythm of breath beside him. He moved closer and watched Abigail’s chest rise and fall with life.

A life he had spared.

A life he would have to take, but not yet.

With the last of his energies, Marcus knelt beside her bed. He stared at the misery that blanketed her and caressed the air just above her head. Purposely, he slowed his breaths to match hers. Perhaps in following her gentle tune of breath, he could learn something of her life, of her spirit, of her soul, and of why she waited for him. For the time, however, that shared breath was all he had.

Abigail’s eyes opened. (pg 21)


This quality of writing doesn’t happen overnight. I once asked on Monica’s Facebook page (which you can find here) how long it took her to write a chapter, and she said that she goes through approximately 3-4 rewrites (!) of a chapter before uploading it on Wattpad, where I first came across her work. And that’s merely her first draft. I was so inspired, and I still am, by the dedication she has for her writing. Through the wonderful style, this is clearly exemplified with every passage she writes, every chapter she finishes.

The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer has a finialised, “polished” feel to it, despite being an indie book. It’s still at the back of my mind, the characters, the journeys, the dialogue… it’s wonderfully written, deserving of five shiny stars. Then again, the writing is six-star quality.

Now, for my actual review (yes, I still haven’t started it yet; I just wanted to rave about it first):


The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer is a paranormal romance unlike many others of its genre. One of the assumptions I make about fantasy/paranormal fiction, which has generally proved correct, is flat, perfect characters. This is definitely not the case with this novel.  The book was at the perfect pacing, with a beautiful writing style guiding me through the course of the novel. There were a couple of things I felt out-of-place, but even then, they are so minor compared to the large-scale accomplishment this book achieves –plus, there is a plausible reason for every event.

Firstly, the book had absolutely brilliant characterisation. Marcus, the main character, is possibly the most antagonistic protagonist I’ve ever came across. I don’t want to reveal too much about his past, but it disgusted me; his choices, his decisions and his cruelness in a past life disgusted me. And, yet, I loved his personality; I loved the actions he took to right his wrongs. And then there’s Abigail Archer, a girl who made mistakes of her own, and let them bubble inside her until the guilt suffocated her. Remorse followed her wherever she went. Margaret, the pitiful broken-hearted fiance, also had a dark side to her; a side that wanted the impossible. There was darkness in every character, an epitome of heart-breaking loneliness and remorse, but I loved them all anyway. I simultaneously loved every character, and hated each character; they felt like people.

Secondly, the beautiful writing style is sure to draw anybody’s attention. Every sentence expressed is literary, figurative or flawlessly scribed. The perfect words were chosen for each sentence. The novel, in my opinion, had the perfect pace; it didn’t drag on for too long, nor did it feel too short. Scenes within the story were skillfully chosen, along with the insightful dialogue. The relationship between characters was wonderfully expressed. I should probably mention this is a romance, and there were scenes I skipped due to their intimate nature, but I didn’t feel as if I missed anything. There’s a scene where Marcus and Abigail watch the headlights of the cars pass, watching the lights flicker on and off; there was a scene where Abigail, out of her own tenderness, brought along ice to help soothe his hands. These scenes were so beautifully written, with an increase of character development.

There were a couple of –extremely minor– things I didn’t agree with, but I found reasoning behind each of the events. Firstly, the relationship between Marcus and Abigail intensified extremely quickly, despite knowing each other for a mere couple days. However, once the pasts of both Abigail and Marcus were revealed, I realised that their suffocating loneliness made them vulnerable. They wanted to love, and attached themselves to it, regardless of the consequences. Another fact I initially felt a little strange reading was how many romantically-suggestive references were made –so quickly, too. In fact, any other book would’ve made me uncomfortable, and I’d probably put it down –but my attachment with the characters, the lyrical writing and overall love for the plot kept me going. The ending felt a little too light and contradicting of the darkness in this book. However, I’m not complaining; it was the perfect ending to a wonderful book. Considering the burdens the characters faced, it was a beautiful conclusion.

Even if you aren’t a paranormal/romance fan, please pick up this book. Not only is the writing style spectacularly imaginative and polished, but the characters are flawed, hurt and so utterly human. The plot itself is perfectly paced, and skillfully executed in order to make the book better. The Awkward Love Song of Abigail Archer is comparable, if not better, than most of the traditionally published books and every element –character, writing, plot– is rich in quality. It is the closest to perfection a book can get –and that is not a statement I throw around freely.



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