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Redeemer
     

Redeemer

4.2 35
by Heather Killough-Walden
 
Abigail Lucia is a single mother whose problems are limited to making ends meet and paying bills and taking care of her two-year-old daughter, Jessie. But when madmen begin to come after Jessie, claiming that she is a force of evil, Abigail realizes that, until now, she really had no problems at all.

Enter Michael, an ageless man in Armani with piercing eyes

Overview

Abigail Lucia is a single mother whose problems are limited to making ends meet and paying bills and taking care of her two-year-old daughter, Jessie. But when madmen begin to come after Jessie, claiming that she is a force of evil, Abigail realizes that, until now, she really had no problems at all.

Enter Michael, an ageless man in Armani with piercing eyes and an eternity’s worth of secrets. He is a member of an organization that wishes to help Abigail. But there is a price to be paid for his assistance. And though Abigail owes him her life, paying that price just might turn out to be the most life-altering thing she has ever done – or will ever do.

Editorial Reviews

Aisling n/a
"Redeemer" is like no other novel I have read, and one of my all time favorites. It is unique and unpredictable, as are all of this author's stories, and you will find yourself thinking about it at unexpected moments. The movement of the story is constant, in the best way, and the characters fully visible. There is a delusional, truly threatening villain, a devoted mother and her two-year-old daughter, and a handsome, enigmatic hero, whose assignment to keep mother and daughter safe, becomes ver
Kacie K
definite must read for anyone looking for a very unique book with a spin on some religious and historical events. Every other chapter is a flashback, keeping you one your toes and unable to set the book down for a second! This book is anything but cookie-cutter. By the end I was sad to let these characters go.
Kezia n/a
Heather Killough-Walden is a very creative and daring writer. She makes great dialogue, unexpected twists, memorable and lovable characters (even the "anti-heroes"), and all her plots are very well written. I've been following her for years, along with other fans who discovered her in some of the first websites she contributed to. Like many of them, and those who have found her through recommendations, she has quickly became the top "favorite" and to me the main reason why I kept on going back t

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013022683
Publisher:
HRKW
Publication date:
09/07/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
229,812
File size:
708 KB

Meet the Author

Heather Killough-Walden is a California native currently living in Texas with her husband and child. She is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling e-book author of the Big Bad Wolf series and the October Trilogy. Heather's educational background includes religious studies, archaeology, and law. She has traveled all over the world but hopes to one day live in a town with a world-class hockey team. (Let's go, Pens!) Visit Heather's Web site at www.killough-walden.com, where you can sign up for her newsletter. Also, be sure to keep in touch with her and other fans through her Facebook page and Twitter (killoughwalden)!

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Redeemer 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I must first say that I am a huge fan of this author. The book started out great, and there is a note at the start of the book stating she means no offense to us religoius people. I'm not a zealot, but I do feel this crossed the line. If you're offended at Christ being portrayed as a vampire, I would recommend skipping this book. I found it too offensive to finish.
Shanon_Renee More than 1 year ago
I love this author, but this book wasn't one of her best.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I need to start by saying this author is one of my favorite, so it's hard to give such a low rating, and a review that wont' be so great. First, the story line is good, but you do not get invested in the characters. They have no depth, and you find yourself really not caring what happens. She made Jessie, the child, talk in baby talk the entire book, which was incredibly hard to read. I've had a book in my face since 2nd grade, and have often read a character of Jessies age, and thank goodness those authors did not make their child characters speak the way Jessie did. It almost made me stop reading in the first chapter. It wasn't cute, it was downright annoying. The only star I give is for the storyline. It was an interesting take, and I did find myself investing in the twins, and when the story jumped to their time, I found I wanted more, and it was exciting. But jump to the future, and I found myself yawning. I would NOT recommend this one, and I'm thinking it would be better off as a free read. However, if someone who had never read her work before read this one first, she would loose future sales.
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An amazing story. Loved everything about it.
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I really enjoyed this book , Hkw has become one of my favorite writers
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I didn't want the book to end
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