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Nasty Leftovers (Spirit Missions #2)

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Reality is back on track, but the world is devastated with only a remnant of humanity left. On a mission to restore Washington, D.C., Paul Shannon and Amy Grossman must face a sinister presence left behind by Satan.

In the ensuing battle, physical and spiritual warfare is waged against the possessed, hellhounds, and even the evil presence itself.

In this fast-paced sequel to
ebook, 186 pages
Published June 1st 2016 by BugBear Books (first published March 15th 2016)
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Aug 14, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Young adults, those who like Christian fiction.
Nasty Leftovers
by Guy L Pace

The story takes place after what must have been one heck of a battle involving all kinds of creatures, that took place in the book, 'Sudden Mission', one that I hadn't read. Despite that, the story holds up as a standalone, but you will want 'Sudden Mission' (I at least do) if you read 'Nasty Leftovers' first. This reminds me, I really hate the title. It is the only thing I hate about this book.

The story takes place in the post-Sudden Mission mess with little pockets
Nasty Leftovers by Guy L. Pace is middle-grade to young-adult dystopian adventure with strong Christian themes and content. The book has a great cover, though to be honest I found the title off-putting while, I guess, appropriate to the content.

Nasty Leftovers follows on from Sudden Mission (which I haven't read) though we get the gist of what happened in the previous mission when Paul and Amy must battle waves of monsters and the Adversary to reset reality. Now Paul's church send a mission to
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Jul 15, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
'NASTY LEFTOVERS' Needs More Nastiness

The YA Christian Fantasy novel, Nasty Leftovers, by Guy L. Pace, presents a group of Believers on the mission field in Washington, D.C. after the incident of 'The Troubles.' I didn't realize this was Book #2 in the Spirit Missions series. 'The Troubles,' I gather, represents the Post-Tribulation or Rapture of the Christians/Church setting the stage for Armageddon.

The story follows teenagers Paul Shannon and Amy Grossman, with a mild romantic attraction depi
Ash †Reviews of a FearStreetZombie†
I received this book in return for an honest review.

You know, it's really hard for authors to top their previous work, it really is. It is also very rare when it does happen. Guy L. Pace is one of those rare authors.
This book was fabulous.
Book one ended and honestly it ended in such a way that that could have been it, though luckily it wasn't!
Nasty Leftovers picks up where Sudden Mission left off, which I truly love. And though we had to wait (feels like) so long, you can still feel everything
Peter  Younghusband
I was asked by the author and given a pre-release electronic copy free of charge to review before its review date on the 15th March, 2016.

This is a great sequel to Sudden Mission. It follows very well from this first instalment on all levels, characters, plot, flow and spiritual themes and it really makes this instalment a worthy sequel. We all know of the rut that sequels of books and movies can fall into, but Pace has avoided this and this instalment should act as a good springboard for the
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Guy L. Pace, born in Great Falls, MT, grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He served in the US Navy, including combat operations in Vietnam in 1972.

He was a Navy journalist, and worked primarily in community newspapers as a reporter, photographer, editor and finally a managing editor. He changed careers in the mid-80's getting into computer support, training, networking and systems, and eventually in