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Torn by Christine  Hughes
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Jul 13, 12

Read in July, 2012

A young girl lost her father, and discovered he was not what she thought. You see, her father, her mother, her foster-brothers, they are angels. And she is one too, a special one at that. Her destiny is to find/keep a box, or to end a millenia wars between good, and evil.Though things are not that simple...

I loved this story. I couldn't put the book down. The plot is one of the best I read in the long time. For once, the battle doesn't concern the good angels in Heaven again the bad fallen ones. They are fallen. My favourite scene occurs late in the story, when Sam is mentally talking to Ethan, while Ethan is verbally talking to Lucas. This is a great piece of writing, and incredibly funny.

Really you need to read this. The only reason I'm giving it only four stars is that the end was very predictible. However, it won't stop me to buy the sequel. I'm already looking forward to it.

Claude Dancourt
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