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The Lost Soul (Fallen Soul Series Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 302 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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About the Author

Jessica Sorensen lives with her husband and three kids in the snowy mountains of Wyoming, where she spends most of her time reading, writing, and hanging out with her family. She is the author of the Fallen Star Series, the Darkness Falls Series, and the Fallen Souls Series.

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  • File Size: 603 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Publication Date: June 27, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008FIBW0Q
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,057 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jessica Sorensen is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author from the snowy mountains of Wyoming. When she's not writing, she spends her time reading and hanging out with her family.
You can find more information about Jessica and her books at www.jessicasorensen.com

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Jessica Sorensen does it again with this amazing new series. Spinning off from her Fallen Star series is the Lost Soul series. And what a book this was. I could not put it down, not for one second. I swear every time she writes her books just seem to get better and better. I have loved reading all her books and can not wait to read the next installments. I hope Jessica never stops writing because her imagination is just fantastic.
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Wow! I do not know how she did it, but Jessica took the Fallen Star series to a whole new level without it feeling forced or contrived. I adored the Fallen Star series and was beyond giddy when I found out this series was in the works. The story takes place after the dust has settled from ending of the first series. The characters are not much older, but boy have they grown up. Wowzers. This is still a fairly clean YA, but it definitely heated up.
I think the genius in this book is the point of view. I can not really say to much about this without giving away a huge spoiler, but the author stays true to her point of view to the point that I was floored by one of the turns of events.
I know I have far more to say on this series,but words are really alluding me right now. I think it is because I am fearful of giving away spoilers. this book had me on the edge of my seat and I think if I knew what was coming it would have ruined it for me. If you have not read The Fallen Star series, you could probably read this with only a wee bit of confusion. The author does not dumb down the story by retelling the initial series, but the key facts are there and the main story arc is completely different from the first series. That being said, I highly recommend you check out The Fallen Star. Book one is free right now, so it is like a risk free trial.
Oh and I loved this book! I guess I should have started with that.
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After finishing the Fallen Star series, I thought it would be the end of the series. Then I found out there was another series to go along with it. So, I read the Lost Soul. And, man, I don't want to wait for the rest of the Fallen Soul series! I'm in agony!!! These books are SO good.
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I have read books where authors try to bring back characters or plot lines after the series is completed. Usually they suck. It is generally an attempt to squeeze more out of a series, when there really is nothing left. That is NOT the case here. I was worried when I started this book that it would not be very good. I was skeptical, but decided to read it because I have fallen (haha!) in love with Jessica's books. I was astounded by how good this book was! It did not seem like it was forced or like the author was just trying to strech a good series. This was great! This book was just as good as the Fallen Star Series! I enjoyed every second of it. I read it in like 2 days which is saying a lot since I have 3 kids to take care of. I love how she deals with Gemma and the Queen of the Afterlife. You do not even realize what is going on until the book is like 3/4 of the way done. Readers are so focused on Alex that they never think about what is happening to Gemma. The way the Queen of the Afterlife/Gemma scenes go, it could have ended up confusing or cheesy, but not at all. The same goes for what happens to Laylen. You don't expect it. This could have been a confusing part of the book, but Jessica makes it completely understandable and unexpected! This is a great book! The only problem was that the end of the book leaves you hanging waiting for the next book. That is OK, but the second book in the series isn't out yet! I cannot wait to see what happens to Gemma and Laylen. Plus Jessica introduced an all new character- Evan. I really want to read more of this now! I don't want to wait. Thank you Jessica for a wonderful series and a seriously cool spinoff!
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Wow Jessica you have done it again. If you read the fallen stars series then this is a MUST READ!!!!Last night I stayed up till like 3:00 in the morning reading it I just couldn't put it down! Just like all of Jessica's books. Like yesterday I finished the fallen star series and I was like NOOO!!!!! ITS THE END OF THE WORLD!!!!Then I saw this little book and I was like YESSSS!!!!!
THE WORLD IS SAVED!!!! And there was hardly any spelling grammar mistakes in this book unlike the fallen star. What I'm trying to say is GET THE BOOK NOW!!!!!
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Spin-off of the Fallen Star Series.

My name is Gemma Lucas and my life is good. Alex and I eliminated the star and Stephan and the Death Walkers. Finally I can relax and focus on freeing my father from the Room of Forbidden.

At least that's what I thought. But things are never that easy.

Just when I've put the past behind, Lost Souls cross over into the Real World. Then Alex disappears without a trace. As I desperately search for him, I discover secrets I wish I could forget--secrets Alex has been keeping for me. And I'm not sure what to do. Or who I can trust. (summary from Amazon)

Wow, this book has me emotions in a whirlwind. Like Jessica's other books, it keeps you enthralled from the very beginning, all the way till the end. I felt everything as Gemma did too. And it's so beautifully written, this book sucks you right into the story. It's not a surprise, as I have learned Jessica is a phenomenal writer.

We are back with Gemma, Alex, Aislin, Laylen, and Nicholas, and a few others from the Fallen Star series. They have a lot to deal with. Gemma then, must find and save Alex, and she ends up having to trust Nicholas to do it, the half-fey Foreseer is a manipulative character, which always asks a price for any help. Then we find all is not what it seems, and she starts doing odd things, and then we find her mind is not all her own. Its an interesting twist, and really had me reading late into the night, to see what happens next. And of course there is a pretty big cliffhanger. I sure wonder how they will get themselves out of this mess.

I like the introduction of Evan, too bad he came so late into the story. I sure we will be seeing more of him.
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