Guardians or Demons

Guardians or Demons

4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Pages: 
419
£9.99
ISBN:
9781786127464

Meet Samantha, a 16-year-old girl who knows all too well what it is like to feel alienated, and the chance at a new life with a real family is more than she has ever hoped for.
Descendants from one of seven ancient bloodlines, most of them angels, these half breeds battle around the world trying to defeat the other bloodlines in the search of religious artefacts; the possession of which can have devastating consequences if they fall into the wrong hands.
Samantha is taught family secrets, and how to protect herself from others who will try to take those secrets, but even with all she is learning, there is much still left unanswered. Looks and even feelings can be deceiving. She has no reason to believe her new family is evil, but what if she is wrong?
When Samantha is given her first mission, to recover a stone pendent, she must use caution, lest she fall in love with the enemy. Though, he is not the only one after her heart.
This story will take you on a journey as one girl discovers why Nephilim are still on earth, and what her destiny is in the grand design between the battle of good and evil yet to come, while still reminding us what it means to be human; to hope, to fall in love, to suffer, and to overcome all odds.

Rose

R. M.
Rose

R.M. Rose was significantly bullied from 8th grade through her senior year in high school. She would not change the past for anything because it has taught her compassion and understanding which have made her the person she is today. Creating an alternate world helped her survive the suffering. You could say, the characters in Guardians or Demons became her imaginary best friends.

Reviews

by
Miriam Smith
4
I don't usually read many 'Fantasy' books (as it's not my favourite genre and they tend to run with the same paranormal theme) but I have to say after reading "Guardians or Demons" by R M Rose, I think I could be persuaded to read a lot more! Although probably aimed at YA readers I truly believe adults would enjoy this book equally as much. I did! Very easy to read and follow, you find yourself turning the pages intrigued as to where the story is taking you. I really liked 16 year old Samantha the main protagonist in the story, I felt very close to her and sensed her emotions and feelings during the book. It was enjoyable reading about her innocent naivety during the start of her new 'family' life and then overcoming so many obstacles. The tender love story that was running through the book was just endearing too and truly reflected a young teenager's thoughts and feelings. The initiation chapter was very descriptive and detailed - you just couldn't help but feel you were actually there - in fact the author has done a tremendous job generally in conveying her creative narrative to the reader in fabulous detail and with obvious emotion. For a debut author this is a cracking book, and not short either running at over 400 pages long - you certainly get your money's worth! On a final note this book is beautifully printed, with lovely artwork at the start of each chapter and an attractive photo cover. A lovely enjoyable read that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to young and old and I do hope to meet Samantha and the clans again in a second book! A well deserved 4 stars!

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