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The Lost (Celestial Blues Series #2)

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  • Posted July 19, 2013

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    Reviewed by Martina Svyantek for Readers' Favorite Angels, and

    Reviewed by Martina Svyantek for Readers' Favorite

    Angels, and demons, and humans, oh my! The Lost by Vicki Pettersson certainly has some interesting characters that are used to drive a fast-paced plot.  Griffin “Grif” Shaw, a literal angel on earth (just one with more of an avenging nature), is searching for the truth of his past while trying hard to live in the present with his lover, Katherine “Kit” Craig, a rockabilly reporter. 

    Grif is consumed by his quest to find out who killed him and his wife the first time he was on earth, and he is bringing Kit along for the ride. While working on the 50-year-old murder mystery, the duo gets caught up in a case that mingles the earthly and the supernatural. On the streets of Las Vegas, there’s a drug that not only kill its users from the inside out, literally rotting their flesh while they are still alive, but the drug also allows passage for fallen angels to rot their souls.

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Lost, even though I read it out of order. This is the second book in the Celestial Blues trilogy, of which I have not yet had the pleasure to read the first book. But I will say that I am looking forward to picking up a copy to get a full view of the back story that Ms. Pettersson hints at throughout The Lost before I settle in and wait for the third book to be released. This series deserves the chance to be read in order, out of order, and over again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2013

    Great read!

    This is a well-written series. It's amazing (and sometimes a bit fightening) the ideas rolling around in this woman's head. Vicki, your writing grows with every book. Already wanting to read the next one!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2013

    Unbelievably realistic. Even if it is fiction.

    I have read many good books but Vicki Pettersson will take you down new roads of imagination and gut wrenching feelings.

    You may or may not know Vegas but you will know the people who live and work there and they will become part of your life.

    Angels! Your entire concept of the after life will be re-arranged into a mind expanding world that is closer to us than you ever knew.

    For a true journey into new concepts of evil, good and what lies in between, read everything Vicki Pettersson has written!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2013

    this Book would make a good movie

    nice work Miss Pettersson both books kept me in suspence they are a thriller i tried putting it down and end up picking it up again the only problem is i need to ask is there a third book coming out i need to know what happen when he found his wife every detail please

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