Miracle Beyond Measure
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Life on the run is hard. Food is limited, and clothes are difficult to come by, but I’ll keep going. We’ll keep going. We have to. The world is depending on us.
My name is Casi Clarity, and there’s a prophecy that says I will be the one to save the world, along with my protector, Coheed. But we don’t know how, or when, or why. We just will.
Our travels have taken us to New Orleans, where the demons are getting stronger, smarter, and harder to evade. With new allies and enemies alike, who can I trust? Is my protector even who he says he is?
I’m in the fight of my life, with or without Coheed, but fighting without the help of my love is impossible to fathom. I’d rather die myself. But if I did, would I stay dead this time?
My name is Casi.
The undead call me Little Mouse.
Coheed calls me his miracle.
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- Erryn Barratt
An angel versus the undead
This book is the second in the Miracle Trilogy by Linda Mooney. I enjoyed the first book so was eager to pick up this one. The story picks up right where the last one left off – with Casi travelling from New York to Texas. She has to make a stop in New Orleans and that’s where things go off the rails. The Big Easy is not kind to Casi. She takes refuge in a church, believing that will protect her from the undead. The prophecy says she will save humanity and that’s a big responsibility – mostly because she has to be alive to do it and there are plenty of undead who want to kill her. Her protector, the angel Coheed, has been by her side, but when a terrible act of violence rips him from her, Casi doesn’t know how she’ll go on. But she’s stronger than she believes and eventually she finds her will to fight. I really enjoy these books because they show the dark side but also the light. I especially like the relationship between the human Casi and the angel Coheed. It is illicit but also soul-deep. I found myself rooting for them. Susan Marlowe narrates this series and I like her. She does a good job conveying the urgency of the situations without being over the top. There is one more book in the series and I can’t wait.