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The Lost Saint (The Dark Divine, #2)

A family destroyed. A love threatened. An enemy returns.

Grace Divine made the ultimate sacrifice to cure Daniel Kalbi. She was infected with the werewolf curse while trying to save him, and lost her beloved brother in the process.

Desperate to find Jude, Grace befriends Talbot, a newcomer to town. But as the two grow closer, Grace’s relationship with Daniel is put in danger

Grace Divine made the ultimate sacrifice to cure Daniel Kalbi. She was infected with the werewolf curse while trying to save him, and lost her beloved brother in the process.

Desperate to find Jude, Grace befriends Talbot, a newcomer to town. But as the two grow closer, Grace’s relationship with Daniel is put in danger – in more ways than one.

Unaware of the dark path she is walking, Grace begins to give into the wolf inside of her – not realizing that an enemy has returned and a deadly trap is about to be sprung.

Bree Despain delivers sizzling romance and thrilling action in the heart-pounding sequel to the The Dark Divine.
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    Kristi

    Mar 09, 2010

    rated it
    really liked it

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    WOW! Talk about an emotional roller coaster.

    I was a fan of The Dark Divine, but I have to say that I think The Lost Saint may have topped it. And how perfect was the title “The Lost Saint” such perfect metaphorical use. It could have easily described several characters in the novel. Genius!

    Despain does a wonderful job intertwining the mythology within the aspects of religion. It’s a refreshing experience.

    I must admit I was expecting the conflict between Grace and Daniel, but it didn’t exactly p

    I was a fan of The Dark Divine, but I have to say that I think The Lost Saint may have topped it. And how perfect was the title “The Lost Saint” such perfect metaphorical use. It could have easily described several characters in the novel. Genius!

    Despain does a wonderful job intertwining the mythology within the aspects of religion. It’s a refreshing experience.

    I must admit I was expecting the conflict between Grace and Daniel, but it didn’t exactly play out like I anticipated it would. It seems like there is a theme in YA… there is alway conflict in the second novel. Surprisingly I found myself forgiving Grace for her actions and being upset with Daniel for the lack of his! Which when I take a step back and look at it, doesn’t make any sense at all. They were both keeping things from each other, and neither was less at fault. I think that just shows how truly talented Despain is… she was totally manipulating me!

    The Lost Saint was action packed… there is something happening at every turn and Grace is constantly learning something new. I felt like this whole other world opened up to us in this novel. Demons… and death, wolf packs and alphas… wow. Let’s put another WOW, in there.

    And let’s not forget the ending. I think my mouth about hit the floor with that one.

    Overall, The Lost Saint will not disappoint fans of The Dark Divine. You’ll be drooling for more! Eh, that was a bad pun… You’ll be begging for more! Ha, I crack myself up. You know, because those of the canine persuasion, drool and beg…? Anyway, this is a captivating continuation to a well written and unique series and I can’t wait to read the next book!
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    Savannah (Books With Bite)

    Dec 31, 2010

    rated it
    really liked it

    Is there some kind of rule that say the second book has to be an emotional roller coaster?
    This one was filled with drama and major emotions. Grace saved Daniel. Thinking everything was okay, things all of the sudden began to change. Daniel becomes more distant leaving a wide open space for a new boy to come in. Grace is lonely and that is bad. Grace begins to lies and falls into a trap that she doesn’t see.

    First off, major emotions. Poor Grace. After all that she has done, Daniel goes and treats

    First off, major emotions. Poor Grace. After all that she has done, Daniel goes and treats her badly. He stops answering calls, stood her up on dates, and just become different. Grace becomes agitated. She is hurt a lot and let her emotions play her. Instead of doing rational things, she allows her emotions to over run and is always putting herself in danger. I was glad for one that she wanted to be strong, that she can prove that she didn’t need Daniel. But I felt like Grace only responded that way because of Daniel. His fault.

    Daniel leaves for the same reason all guys leave in the second book. They don’t want to hurt the girl, they are better off without them, blah, blah, freaking blah. Seriously, I’m so over this plot. Daniel is dumb and need to get his head out of his butt.

    Even though the plot is overplayed, I still enjoyed it. The writing and the way the emotions played out was good. The characters were brought to life as the emotions flowed freely through her writing. The new boy in the book made for a great change. He certainly was cute and an eye opener for Grace. Although I am sad that it had to end badly. The secrets in this book did have me gasping. I couldn’t believe the things that were happening. I was just taken back and WOWed.

    As I said before I didn’t really like the plot between Grace and Daniel. But the rest of the book was good. The family betrayal I had not seen and I admit I was even hurt by it. It was shocking and well….it was good.
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    Laianna

    May 25, 2010

    rated it
    really liked it

    Although an engaging follow-up to its prequel, The Dark Divine, I have to say, I was a little bit disappointed by this book.

    Perhaps my expectations were just too high for this book, but I found the plot line rather predictable compared to the awesomeness of the first one. Daniel aggravated me until the very end of the book, and despite my unwavering support in The Dark Divine, I felt his withdrawn, secretive nature was a bit too much when applied to their situation here.

    Other characters too seem

    Perhaps my expectations were just too high for this book, but I found the plot line rather predictable compared to the awesomeness of the first one. Daniel aggravated me until the very end of the book, and despite my unwavering support in The Dark Divine, I felt his withdrawn, secretive nature was a bit too much when applied to their situation here.

    Other characters too seemed rather flat to me, reminding me too much of ones in other stories. Grace was Nora, from Becca Fitzpatrick’s Hush, Hush series, Jude was Thomas, Tessa’s brother from Cassandra Clare’s most recent book, Clockwork Angel, Daniel was a mixture of Sarah Rees Brennan‘s Alan andMaggie Stiefvater‘s Sam, from Shiver, Katie was Olivia from Beautiful Darkness, Grace’s mother is Katniss’s mother from The Hunger Games… The list goes on. I was upset at how similar these characters all seemed to come together here, because I loved The Dark Divine and I hate that it reminds me now of so many other things instead of holding its own. Some lines felt too cheesy to me, and many “revelations” seemed too forced, although I won’t go into detail because I want to keep this review spoiler-free.

    My other biggest issue with this book was more irksome than really unpleasent, but I really feel like it needs to be addressed.

    Grace, as readers of The Dark Divine will know, is a pastor’s daughter. She is Protestant and the supernatural creatures in this series are explained using the Bible. Grace and her family are of the Christian religion.
    None of these things bother me.

    BUT.

    The Lost Saint was preachier than I would have expected. With talk of abstinance, God, and too many — in my opinion — underlying themes of how to be a proper Christian, The Lost Saint had some parts that were just downright uncomfortable for me to read. If the author had delved into a deeper explanation for this route — for example, more about Grace’s Christian upbringing or why exactly she believes so steadfastly in the Protestant God — I would have been more okay with this, but her thoughts seemed to be placed at random moments and my assumption when reading it was that the author was trying to persuade readers that the Christian way was the right way. I’m not sure if this was her intention or not, but it just kind of rubbed me the wrong way, reading all about how God always believed in you and why Grace thought sex before marriage was wrong.

    Other than those things though, I really enjoyed this book. I guess with the above it might not come off that way, but there are just so many more redeeming factors that I can’t even explain.

    Grace, for example, remains genuine, strong, and overall pleasent to read about. I loved the new characters and I liked learning more about minor characters like Grace’s siblings Charity and Baby James. Grace’s best friend April was always a pleasure to read about and I liked how we saw her evolve without Grace’s help behind the scenes. I could understand the motivations of every single character and I had fun predicting the twists and turns the story took. They were smart and I thought about the book constantly, reading the entire thing in one sitting.
    I’m glad Bree Despain ended on a cliffhanger because I wasn’t sure how many books there were going to be; now I know there will at least be one more for me to devour, like Grace wanted to devour Daniel at one point in this book. 😉

    Overall, I’m giving The Lost Saint four out of five stars because as I said, some parts were a little weird, but as a whole, I adore Ms. Despain’s clever storytelling and wilingess to give her characters realistic flaws but also strengths. The execution was beautiful as always and I applaud her style and creativity in writing such a great follow-up to one of my favourite YA novels to date, The Dark Divine.
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