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The Lovely and the Lost (The Dispossessed)

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Product Details

  • Library Binding
  • Publisher: Delacorte Press
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0375990968
  • ISBN-13: 978-0375990960
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

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By Alicia on May 14, 2015
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase

THE LOVELY AND THE LOST was a bombshell of a sequel!! Filled with everything imaginable, it made for a epic adventure that I absolutely loved exploring! Page Morgan steps her game up in this thrilling second installment, that had my heart-racing, hands-shaking, and fingers turning the pages faster then I could read them in awe and anticipation. Everything is more intense, more raw, more dangerous, and more suspenseful as ever, as the Waverly's explore their otherworldly gifts, their demon hunting talents, and face-off against the evil hunting them!!

The writing yet again was breathtaking... Truly heart-pounding and suspenseful from beginning to end!! The audiobook is DEFINITELY the way to go for this sequel, as the narrator Mary Jane Wells amply's Morgan's gifts of storytelling, and blows your audio app alive!!

The characters once again were fantastic. Every single one of them were developed and had their own distinct voice that separated them from each other. I loved them all for their own special reasons. They had such growth, yet were still learning about themselves and the world around them. And it was such an adventure watching it all unfold as they got stronger, wiser, and more prepared to battle the evil hunting them.



In the short time since arriving in Paris, Ingrid's life has change drastically. Switching from her glittering gowns and ballroom parities, to taking up learning how to conjure lightening at will, and directing it from her finger tips. Oh, and slaying a demon or two while running from the fallen angle/demon Axia, and her plot to overtake the Angelic Order with her angel blood she stored within Ingrid's blood when she was a baby.
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Format: Hardcover
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***

The Lovely and the Lost by Page Morgan
Book Two of The Dispossessed series
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: May 13, 2014
Rating: 4 stars
Source: ARC sent by the author

Summary (from Goodreads):

Ingrid and Gabby survived the Underneath. They saved their brother, Grayson, from a future of dark servitude and exposed a plot to undermine the Alliance. But danger still lurks in the streets of Paris, and the Dispossessed, perched on the city's bridges and rooftops, might not be able to save their human wards this time.

What I Liked:

So, you all know from yesterday's post that I binge-read book one and book two of this series, one on Friday, one on Saturday. So, book one's review went live on Monday, and this book's review is live on Tuesday. I don't usually binge-read books like that, but I think it's a great idea when you have several books in a series, because you are less likely to forget what happened in the previous book. Of course, you're liable to mix up events in books one and two. But I'll take that risk. But anyway. I loved the first book, and I loved this book.

This book picks up a little after where book two left off. Ingrid has been raining her powers with Monsieur someone (for the life of me, I cannot remember his name), someone of the Alliance. Gabby has been training with Chelle. Luc has been avoiding Ingrid, even though that's basically impossible. There is a new gargoyle, Dimitrie, who is supposed to protect the Waverlys, with Luc. But things are not as they seem. Ingrid and Grayson are still being hunted (especially Ingrid), so much so that it feels like Ingrid against the world.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales

Quick & Dirty: Full of heart pounding action, epic romance, and one of the best cast of characters I have ever met. It’s just one of those stories you can’t get enough of and when you are finished you are left wanting so much more. This is one of my all time favorite series ever!!!

Opening Sentence: The quiet ached.

The Review:

All the Waverly’s survived their recent run in with the evil fallen angel Axia. But just because they are no longer in immediate danger that doesn’t mean they are safe. The city of Paris has many other dangers besides demons, and the Waverly’s have more enemies then they thought possible. The Dispossessed will do anything to protect their humans, but there are some things even they can’t stop. The Waverly’s are going to have to learn how to harness their own powers if they expect to survive the attacks coming their way.

Ingrid Waverly couldn’t be happier that her family is finally back together but things have changed. She has just recently learned that she is part demon and she has the power to control electricity. The only problem is her power is very sporadic and she has to learn to control it or it will never be of any use to her. There are a lot of people that want to use Ingrid for her powers and not all of them want to use them for the right reasons. Ingrid is such an amazing heroine. She has a very tender and sweet spirit, but she also has a feisty side. She doesn’t like being told what to do and while she doesn’t deny help from others she does prefer to take care of herself. Watching her struggle and grow really helped me to connect with her on an even deeper level than before. I loved her in the first book and that love just grew substantially in this book.
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