Thursday, September 26, 2013

Wendy Owens review

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A 4.5 almost a 5 Star review of Sacred Bloodlines by Wendy Owens.
            The Guardian Series especially Sacred Bloodlines would have us to believe that there is special protectors out there fighting against evil for those that believe. The author Wendy Owens drew her stories loosely from the bible making them believable for the most part. I found the book very entertaining and easy to read. I ended up being drawn into the story line that surprised me in a good way. Normally I never read stories like this, but the author made the characters so real, causing you to believe in the story line. If I have the time, I will most likely read the rest of the series after getting hooked on the story, you might get hooked also. 
            Gabe, the young man that couldn’t understand why all those around him that he cared for were killed and the worst part, he saw it coming. A coward at heart, but Gabe was brave when it was necessary for him to be. I liked his character, very believable almost normal for a young man at that age and background. Confused about the right path he should take in his life, he has a lot of help along with those that believed he could and would take the right path even though he doubted it himself.
            Uri, the one that was expected to show Gabe what he was, a descendant of past Guardians. He became the first person that Gabe allowed close to him. Even though Uri was in awe of Gabe because of some prophecy, he still tried to befriend him and make him feel he was part of them.
            Sophie, the beautiful young Guardian that Gabe finds he is in love with but is afraid to love.
            Michael, the headmaster of the school where young Guardians learn to battle evil and protect the world from the devil, teaches Gabe that free will is man’s biggest difference than the other’s god rules over.

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