Chasing Angel

Divisa, Book 3
By: J.L. Weil
Narrated by: Emily Gittelman
Series: Divisa, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 16 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (379 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Chase Winters is one of a kind. That doesn't mean he still doesn't get on my nerves more days than not, but his arrogance is starting to be sexy. Together our bond grows stronger, and so do we. Just as we hurdle one obstacle, two or three more pop up. Go figure. It isn't enough that Emma once again hates our guts, now Travis has decided to go all demon-zoid on us. I could hardly blame him though; he had lost the girl of his dreams-again.

After everything that we have endured, I am not the same girl anymore. Not since the day I met Chase. The icing on the cake-there is a new player in town, and he is not human. Hell has decided to pay Spring Valley a visit, and Chase and I are their first stop. Our quiet little town was about to shatter.

Of course there is also our rare bond to factor into all of this, and the pesky last piece. Or maybe it isn't as pesky as it is combustible.

Soul. Heart. Body.

Oh dear God…

©2014 Jennifer L. Weil (P)2014 Emily Gittelman

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Good, until.....

I have been enjoying this story until. " Popping my cherry"..... Seriously?!!!! Who writes that in a YA book? Or any book?

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Great listening

The audible really brings the characters to life. It makes the book even better. I loved it

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more for teens

book was not what I usually read. more for younger audiences. narrators voice went along with target age of book.

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Preaty good

This third book is interesting because the author has harmonized the lives of all the characters. It is a book that is well written, as it leaves no doubt about what happened to each person. The narrative is excellent, and contributes to compose the whole atmosphere of the story. Very good.

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Definitely for HS kids.

There was not much I liked about this book. The plot was boring and the narrator was not entertaining.

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good story, bad story teller.

Not to keen on the new narrator. Hard to listen to her. No real differentiating character voices.

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Getting better

Still a little bit of similarities but it’s starting to have its own storyline. Emily did a great job in narrating

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Four Stars

First of all, I want to say that the narrator did a good job. I actually liked her better than the one they used for the first book. I know the author is getting a lot of ridicule about plagiarizing other books, but I think she plagiarizers her own books at times. I just finished a series that was similar to it where “the souls” were connected, etc... The main boy started as a bad boy, but had a sweetness to him, and the girl won him over. Only instead of being “Part death”, he was “part demon.” The only thing that I found disheartening about these books is that young teenage girls will do anything to find something like this in their lives. This isn’t real. These authors like to make the characters the age of seventeen. The only thing she got right about the 17-year-olds in this book is the fact that they like to play video games all night, shop, and hang out with friends. 😂 All kidding aside, it was an enjoyable book if you just wanted to pass the time and not really have to think much. I would rate it in the same category as The Hunger Games, Twilight (especially), and the Cassandra Clare books. Why must this young girls feel they need a boy to make them complete? Enjoy it, but if you’re over 21, don’t drool too much over the jail-bait. 😂😂

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Seriously amazing

I just love Angel and Chases relationship. The suspense of not knowing if or when Alastair will come for Angel made this book truly amazing. Another great book!

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my favorite book of the divisa series thus far

This storyline is full of excitement and riveting. I love the interpersonal drama as well as the supernatural aspects that add to it!