Thursday, March 14, 2013

Guardians: The Girl by Lola StVil (REVIEW)


Guardians: The Girl

(The Guardians Series, Book 1)

Author: Lola StVil
Category: YA Fantasy (Angels & Demons)
Suitable for: Teens+
My Rating: 5 Stars
Format Read for Review: Kindle
Pages: 312

Description: A unique tale of angels and demons battling it out on earth with a teenage girl caught in the middle. Will Emmy be able to handle her role in this war and help good prevail or is she truly destined to bring about their downfall?

In Short: This book is a wonderful read! Full of action, romance, suspense, a diverse cast of characters and an original story. This is easily the best YA book I have read in a while and I look forward to reading the rest of the series. The kindle version is currently free making this book an amazing deal!

Pros: This is a truly awesome book! I loved all of the little details that make this story so original and creative. A new spin on angels, demons, heaven and hell. This book is very well written and descriptive making it a thoroughly engrossing read. This is a young adult book so you do have to put up with an emotional teenage girl who doesn't always make the right decisions. But if she was perfect then there wouldn't be much conflict and it would be a pretty boring book. The story is fast paced and loaded with action. I love how the angels aren't perfectly good and devoid of emotion. They were human once and just as flawed as the rest of us, even in death.

Cons: Quite a few spelling and grammar errors. Though this book could benefit from an editor the typos do not make it unreadable.


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