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The Lost Soul: The Raven Saga Part III
     

The Lost Soul: The Raven Saga Part III

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by Suzy Turner
 

December and Lilly have got their work cut out for them. Not only are they desperately trying to figure out the identity of the Lost Soul, and track him down, they've also got to investigate why Powell River's newest resident has got all of their men falling at her feet. But when they learn that the Nephilim might be involved, it becomes clear that they'

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The Lost Soul: The Raven Saga Part III 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
CrazyBrit99 More than 1 year ago
A great ending to the series although it got a bit confusing with all 3 perspectives. Must be hard trying to find a new born vampire you used to be friends with, trying to find your dad who is stuck with the most dangerous and powerful beings on Earth, working out who is destroying the town and getting all the men's attention, yet deciding whether they need the town people's help - but if they do, they will have to tell them the truth. I just wish you found out what happened between Lilly and Oliver in the end. A need-to-read book ! <3
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A 585 page (Nook scanning skips on page count) teenage paranomal book third and last in series. The storyline has three events going on at once with chapters switching back and forth between the events. Teenage dramatics can be expected but a lot of very dramatic screeching and histronics takes place. Even the dialog for the adults gets juvenile. The writing has downgraded with this book and does not seem well thought out - plot and writing seems a bit rushed. An excerpt for a book by another author included also.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is awesome it has its ups and downs but it does always get better. This was written by nicole piechota
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