January 16, 2012

Review:Josephine Lost by Rebecca Gahagan

Looking back on that day, December 16, 2012, I wish I would have enjoyed it more. If wishes were fishes, right? Everything was so simple then. If I had known my whole world was about to spiral out of control, I would have called in sick to work and slept the afternoon away.

Nineteen-year-old Abigail Thornton’s family means everything to her. Her quarreling brother and sister, her ailing father, and her overbearing mother matter more to Abigail than anything in the world.
That is until one fateful December day changes her life forever. Betrayal and death sweep through her family and life as she knows it will never be the same.
Abi is drawn into a battle waged for eternities between the Arkos and the Scrios. Abigail is the Arkos’ Chosen Soldier and with the help of Harrison, her Guardian, she fights the ultimate battle to save the souls of mankind. Abigail’s sister, Josephine, falls in with the Scrios, the enemy bent on destroying the world.
If Abigail succeeds in her mission, she must battle her sister and leave what’s left of her family forever. Should she fail, she will cease to exist, and the world will fall into an irreversible darkness.
In the midst of chaos, she finds a love truer than she’s ever known and the courage to defy those whose only mission is to destroy her.
But will it be enough? Will she be able to save the world from a terrible fate? How will Abigail be able to fight a sister who she once loved?
Join Abigail as she finds her way in Josephine Lost.

 A very interesting take on the whole Guardian Angel Vs. Demon scenario. An age old tale put into a modern time. I really like the way the author mingles the old with the new. The descriptive way she twists the classic guardians and the edgy demons grab you right from the start. The main characters are bright and witty. A true teenage essence is captured. Filled with action, heartbreak and joy this book leads your imagination on an unforgettable adventure. The outcome will affects all of man kind... Go Good Guys!! In this story both sides must lose something or someone precious before any gains are achieved. As always, Love is the greatest gift of all. A thrilling and exciting storyline. This book is hard to put down. I hope there will be a sequel.

Publisher-Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Reviewer Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by~Mechele

~Thank you to the publisher and the authr for the donation of this book to the Read for your future book program!~

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