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- Book 1 of 3 in The Guardian Trilogy (3 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
But, and this is a big one, why the repeating of entire conversations from two different characters point of view? It was as if the author just copy/pasted from one chapter to another. I kept looking at it and saying "didn't I just read these exact words" and going back, I had. If this had happened once I would have written it off as an editing error, but it was throughout the novel. Not only distracting but off-putting. However, if things like that don't bother you, or you just don't notice, it's a good story and worth the read.
Karen Bryant Doering
Parents' Little Black Book
The typographical errors are a bit much and I have to reread and insert the words that go in the sentence to even make sense...Overall I give it a 3, the storyline is good however very dragged out and if you can wait to the end to find out what is going on, then you will enjoy this book. Up to the point I read, it did not have any sexual inuendo and it had some harsh foul language, demons, and suicide themes....I would not recommend this book for a teenager or a Christian reader....
But what do you do when you're faced with only three decisions about the direction of your life and none of them seem to be in your best interest? That is exactly where Liv finds herself and her decision is one that truly exceeds anything I think I could handle if placed in her situation.
It was a bit frustrating going through the book not knowing what was going on with the underlining story, but with a title like Secrets you can't ask for much else! But when the truth bursts through and comes to light it's a pretty awesome spin on the paranormal genre. I want to go into so many more details, but I don't want to give anything away about this novel because this is one you absolutely want to read. I'm very happy Liz decided to take her hand at writing the paranormal genre and I cannot wait for the next book in the series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent I couldn't put it down can't wait to I read the other 2Published 1 day ago by Maureen Mauger
I read other Liz Schulte novels before reading this which is basically the first book that is set on the same world as all her other books. I read the Easy Bake Coven books. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jaimelynn829
It's difficult to pull off a two first-person POV book without 1. confusing the reader 2. having the reader hate one main character and love the other and/or 3. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janet L. Cannon
The story line pulled me along withholding the mysteries just the right amount. Enjoyed the character development !Published 1 month ago by naomipt
I found the characters intriguing and their relationship absorbing, but that is about all I can say that is positive. Read morePublished 2 months ago by NancyW
I didn't like how repetitive it was, or how cliche the main character was. Olivia is just an average girl who thinks she's plain and not worth anyone's time, but has all these guys... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sarah Worley
A path I wasn't expecting.
Well written and very detailed in many areas.
Seemed more like a young adult read but it was still enjoyable. Read more
This book has no ending!!! Others may tolerate that and buy more in a series; I do not. Books should conclude in some manner. This one does not and it annoys me no end. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ellie Winslow