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Destiny Maker: Lost Souls Trilogy Book One
     

Destiny Maker: Lost Souls Trilogy Book One

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by Melissa Dugger
 

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Katie is plagued with dreams and visions she can't understand. It's not until her dad goes missing and she enters the spirit realm to find him that the pieces start to fall into place.

A reaping of souls has begun, and Semonic, the ruler of Dylonia, will stop at nothing until every soul belongs to the darkness.

While the souls of men rally to defeat him,

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Katie is plagued with dreams and visions she can't understand. It's not until her dad goes missing and she enters the spirit realm to find him that the pieces start to fall into place.

A reaping of souls has begun, and Semonic, the ruler of Dylonia, will stop at nothing until every soul belongs to the darkness.

While the souls of men rally to defeat him, Katie must decide whether her soul can accept her destiny-and whether her heart can survive the two men sworn to protect her. Only the Destiny Maker knows if she will lose her life and possibly her heart.

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ISBN-13:
9781490817712
Publisher:
Westbow Press
Publication date:
12/19/2013
Pages:
234
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Destiny Maker: Lost Souls Trilogy Book One 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hope Melissa Dugger writes the rest of this trilogy because this one ended right in the middle of something big. It is such a tease knowing that the other books are not available yet. This book started off action packed and didn’t really slow down much all the way through. There were no long parts of the book that made you think possibly it was a filler or that it was rambling on too much. What I really liked about this book is that it changes point of view between the characters. It was not confusing at all. You could tell right off who it was. I like how this book did the back and forth. It wasn’t to constant and yet not too spread out. It was a really quick read for me. I almost wished I had waited until knowing what the next book would be out so I could have continued on with the story sooner instead of waiting an unknown amount of time to continue on. As a blogger for booklook, I received a copy of this book for the purpose of writing this review.
CookWithMinnie More than 1 year ago
I just about gave this book 5 stars, but I couldn't find any information on when the sequel is coming out. My reading habits are less than what they should be. My daughter gave this book to me as a way of getting me back into reading. She wanted to read it together, and I thought it was a wonderful idea! Now starting off, I was bored with the story just like I am with any book I try to read. But as I started reading some more, I became intrigued by the characters. They were dynamic and represented realistic people. They weren't too focused like a robot, and they still had direction and purpose.  The details, WOW! It's like the description flowed off the page and into my head. I could picture everything clearly in the scenes. I couldn't put the book down. I loved it.  Being a strong Christian, I enjoy the religious novels more than pure fantasy. This story was a refreshing take on the modern war between good and evil; Heaven and Hell. I am very pleased with the book my daughter picked out for us to read together. I will be telling all my ladies at church about this story. Maybe they can start reading with their daughters too.