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Finding Alice (Alice Clark Series Book 1) by [DiGiglio, Andrea]
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Length: 198 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Andrea was born and raised in Michigan, and it is where she and her son currently reside. Andrea has always been a writer at heart. Over the last decade she has written, starred and directed in many screenplays. She recently decided to venture back to writing novels and is thrilled to share them with the world.

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  • File Size: 325 KB
  • Print Length: 198 pages
  • Publisher: Andrea DiGiglio (February 19, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 19, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007AVW7L2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #301,653 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Finding Alice was a pretty good quick read. I liked Alice's character a lot. She is pretty strong for someone who has not had a lot of love in her life. She is more mature than her age. I had to give her a lot of credit for striking out on her own and finding a place to call home. Even if it is called Hell. I did like her relationship with Cole. He is the one person who can help her figure out who she really is and perhaps help her figure out why feathers keep showing up near her.

While I enjoyed the overall story, I felt a little like I was missing some things in the beginning. I never felt like the author gave a good enough explanation of Alice's gift of empathy. If I hadn't read the synopsis, I'm not sure I would have picked up on that. Also, I would have liked more information about the world that Alice finds herself a part of. I'm hoping that the author expands more on it in future books.

I do recommend this one, especially if you like stories about angels. It is a good debut novel. I look forward to reading more about Alice in her fight for her fellow Fallen Angels.
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Alice has grown up in the system living in foster home after foster home. Each family was different and each caused her to learn about the harsh realities of the world. Abuse runs rampant in her past, and when she finally finds a home where she feels loved her foster parent's end up pregnant with their own child. She sees the love for this unborn child and knows she can never stand up to it and decides to take off.

Fast forward a bit and we find our heroine living on her own and settling down in a town she is now considering home. This town is of all places; Hell, Michigan. She has a house all her own, even though it might be a bit creepy, it's still her's. And, Alice even has a great job at a bar that she loves.

Classes have started and she begins going to them like a good student does. Everything seems fine and normal until the first day of her religion class where this mysterious boy walks in. Her whole life changes from here on out, and reality itself is shaken.

Overall I really enjoyed this book and can't wait until the next one is out! The story kept me intrigued the whole time, and kept me guessing. I love books that are about fallen angels, demons, or anything like that. So, this was right up my alley! There was plenty of fallen angels to be had, and this made me a very happy bookaholic.

Andrea does a great job at developing her characters, especially Alice's character. Alice is a very strong, independent, and well developed character. I could have been a bit happier if Cole and a few of the other lead characters were better developed. I feel like they were a bit shadowed and thrown into the background, but maybe the next books will make up for that.

The plot line was great, and very suspenseful.
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While I liked the ideas in this book, it fell short. There was not enough back story, and it feels like important pieces of information were missing. It reminds me of when my 14 year old son tries to tell a story and forgets that you don't know what's in his head. Either the author forgot to write it, or it was edited out for some reason. I spend a large portion reading the book and thinking "what?????" and clicking back looking for what I surely missed only to find no explanation. Glad this was a free book. I think this author has a lot of potential.
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Finding Alice
By Andrea Digiglio

This was a awesome book that I found in my TBR pile. I looked for it when I saw the cover for book 2. By the way it is a amazing cover for book 2. Alice ever felt like she belonged she was orphaned at a early age never knowing her birth parents. Moving from home to home. Alice moved to Hell and caught the scent of ocean air when she met Cole. From that meeting her life was thrown into another dimension that she didn't ever suspect. Se learns about her self and about her family. With the love of Cole she is able to stand up and ight or her right of birth. I am definitely looking forward to book 2. Andrea is an amazing and talented writer and we can expect big things from her. Thank you for taking me on this journey. Read this book in only one hour it was that good.
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While Alice tries to “find herself” she is unaware that others are also searching for her as well - and they do not all have her welfare in mind. Confused by knowledge and abilities she knows others don’t have she is trying to sort out her future from a past wrought with abandonment and multiple failed foster homes. Meeting Cole shocks her into the realization that there are more people like her – until she finds out he isn’t really a person. Mysterious dreams, love for the first time, and conflicts with angels make her life confusing and perilous. I thought her rather quick acceptance of her father’s sudden entrance in her life seemed unrealistic for someone in her circumstances. I had no trouble accepting her view of God in the beginning of the book, and even later in the middle after so much more was explained. However, I found a heroine that saw God as a childish coward for letting something happen without realizing its consequences unbelievable. I really enjoyed this book right up until the end which suggested that God was the ultimate “bad guy”. This is so contrary to my beliefs that, sadly, I doubt I will continue to read any more of the series.
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