Still, a girl can’t always afford to be picky. When an angel abducts your twin brother it should come as no surprise that the one person who can help
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I don’t know what possessed me to read this book. The summary seems intriguing enough, but after reading it… let’s just chalk it up to a momentary lapse in judgement.
In terms of plot, this book is all over the place. It reads like Katherine Pine never devised a plot, or a reference sheet or anything else she could use to keep this book consistent. Because it is all over the place. This is what I will henceforth refer to as a
After Eden start zeer veelbelovend. Onze heldin valt bijna in de armen van onze held (oké ze viel op de harde vloer, hij moet duidelijk nog aan zijn reflexen werken 😉 ) en ze voelen zich op de een of andere manier meteen tot elkaar aangetrokken. Ook de flashbacks die Devi ervaart over haar rare broer Kai wekten enorme nieuwsgierigheid op. Een engel die kinderen zou ontvoeren? Behoren zij in alle verhalen tot de good guys? Of gaat het hier om e
I am really enjoying see author think outside the box. Stories are now becoming so much more than what they used to be. One genre that is popular is angels. I love the any story with angels, but when Heaven and Hell go to war, its even better.
Devi is a great character. I loved her personality from the very start. She is a very humbling young lady who is just trying to find answers. I like how both her and her brother had a strong connection to war that is going on. The storyline is not only uniq