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Guardians: The Girl (The Guardians Series, Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I will definitely admit to enjoying her version and explanation of Heaven and Hell. It was unique and intriguing along with all the rules that went along with it. However this and the Save the World mission seemed unimportant because Emmy was constantly focused on Marcus. Love at first sight and obsession followed soon after. This is when I started to like her character even less than I did to begin with. They are all supposed to find this map and the thing that everyone is focused on is her and Marcus. He has a girlfriend who is a warrior-esque Guardian and that seems to just not filter into her brain for reasons unknown. Not only that but Marcus is a character that is unlikable at the very beginning and through to the end. We get to see from his POV and he's just as stupid as she is.
I love you ever since I first saw you, but I made a promise to be with my girlfriend. So I still love you but I can't be with you; although I will gaze at you from afar and act like a jealous boyfriend. The author also makes Ameana seem like the "angel" of the group.Read more ›
Then the unthinkable happens: shots ring out, Rio, the boy twin, covers her on the ground and Miku, the girl twin, begins to sing a melody so haunting that it hurts. When Rio finally lets up Emerson, she sees the bodies of three dead men. Rio and Miku drag Emmy from the school and outside to a waiting car. Once the drive to a nearby residence, she is startled when a boy appears before her very eyes who has wings. And Emerson's name is on the card.
Emmy finds out that these people aren't people, they're angels. Each has a specific gift which has to do with the way they each died. She also learns the story of souls, where they go, and how they get there. Supposedly, she is involved in all of this. She is supposed to have an object that will help them locate an angel named Julian that was cast to earth because of his love of a mortal woman. There is a bad angel, of course; and he and his followers will stop at nothing to capture this object and Julian as well.
An interesting idea, this book never completely took flight for me.Read more ›
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Good story line but horrible grammar! Personally I'm on book 5 of series and can't get myself to finish it....Published 14 hours ago by TracI H
While the author has a great plot and idea for the series, the writing is terrible. It is very stilted, elementary, spelling errors, and at times very difficult to read.Published 5 days ago by Solstice
I'm actually listening to the audio book as I type this. The characters are even more annoying hearing the dialogue aloud. I liked the set up for the book. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is the first review I have ever written and I felt the great need to warn the general population on how terrible it is and save you all the trouble of having to read it. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Kaia
I really liked the plot of this story. Unfortunately, for me I didn't care for the two main characters. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jesica Smith