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I crave him. I need him. I love him.

And that is the reason, we will all die...

©2012 Yves Lola StVil (P)2014 Yves Lola StVil

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  • Chell
  • Phoenix AZ
  • 06-03-15

Dislike!

Dislike!! This book frustrated me. The main character Emerson is so irritating and there are gaps in the story.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • laura
  • Florence, AL, United States
  • 12-14-14

I enjoyed the overall story, but . . . . .

The story was enjoyable in general, but I probably won't be buying the second book. The writing, while not bad, was very juvenile, as were the emotions of the characters. I do understand that they were all juveniles, but it was a bit ridiculous. The story also came to no resolution, and apparently will be continued in the second volume. This is a no-no in my estimation. If authors want to continue a series with additional adventures using the same characters, that is great, but each book should be complete in itself. That does not happen here, so be prepared to buy all three books to actually finish the one.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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good book

love book not the main girl she was annoying. but kept reading for Marcus :)

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Juvenile beyond belief. Run away.

The world is on the edge of destruction, billions of lives balance on the edge of a razor, somebody kisses someone and makes someone else mad. But let's focus on the kiss, because that's what is important under these circumstances. When I find myself wishing that ALL of the main character die, it's time to stop listening and ask for a refund. This is the worst and most inane story I have ever heard. Time to get my money back.

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  • Moxie73
  • Bakersfield, CA, US
  • 10-17-17

Enticing

I am a 23 year old romance reader who likes a little bit of mystery, and a whole lot of love. Now, with that said, I started this book and thought that I would not be able to finish.. as it centers around high school age students and it isn’t as relatable and there for not as exciting... boy was I wrong! This story had me begging for more. I have to get the rest of the series. I have to know what happens. The words drew me in, and the storyline kept me entertained. I’m in love with the characters, and can not wait to know what happens next.

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What the whattttt

Emerson is so annoying. She has no morals, ethics, or respect in regards to relationships. Marcus is confusing when it comes to his feelings for Emerson and Amina. It seems as if some parts of the story were missing and other areas were all over the place. I could not connect with the main character.

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Mesmerising

a young girl finds her courage and fears and anger and love just as she turns 16. A girl raised by a single mother with a horrible debilitating secret that has come to affect her daughter with devastating results. Results that the daughter only now is beginning to learn how deeply the secret has singularly altered every aspect of her life. While an unexpected source further complicates her life said source also begins to help her address the issues, whether she wants to or not. Welcome to Emmie's life. You won't be sorry.

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Entertaining

I listened to this a while back but wasn't sure what I thought of it. I'm still not. It wasn't my favorite but is worth giving it some credit. There's a few chapters I thought were odd and not sure why they were part of the story. That's what really threw me. Other than that the story has a good, unique plot and a smooth flow. I listened to it a second time, skipping the weird chapters and it was pretty good.

It's a love story using angels who aren't very angelic. The main character is an ordinary kid except her purple eyes and a bit of a wall flower but she's got guts. Marcus is the angel she's drools over but he's taken. The story gets far more involved but it's worth listening to.

I loved having the two narrators because it gave the story ore character. The sound quality was also great.

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love the author but...

I love this author and I love the series but the narrator sounds really whiney when she voices Emmy. I feel like it takes away from the story...

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angst filled with bad dialog

The dialog is pretty bad in some parts. The lead female is super annoying. The plot is explained well but I can't get past my dislike of the lead female to want to read the second book.

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  • Clarence
  • 04-17-18

Intrigued

The summary for this book is really poor, it could do with some serious padding out, I brought it on a whim as the narration style took my fancy.

Teenage angst of the immortal kind with angels, demons and mere mortals, has caught my interest and I'm keen to see what's next in the series. I think this is mostly down to the excellent narration.

The characters are good but the main character is a young teenager (who dare I say it, can be a bit whingey) but it shows series promise.

I would imagine Bella Forrest fans would like this series.

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  • Carien
  • 04-14-17

Duty or Desire

Any additional comments?

This YA saga, starts off with a group of angels, known as Guardians who descend to earth to battle evil and save the world for another 666 years. The premise is an interesting one and the characters well written. As a reader, I think I am getting a little old and intolerant of teenage angst and drama, which means that parts of the story really irritated me.
On the whole though, the story is gripping and there are a lot of interesting twists. This is definitely a series for teenagers who would be able to identify with the struggles of love and life, and finding your place in the world.