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Posted October 17, 2014
Very well done! As Michaela's story continues we begin to understand that not everything is as simple as black and white and good and evil. And as she fights to to make the right choices to fix all the terrible things that have happened Michaela starts to realize that very thing herself. And that gives her the strength she needs to keep fighting.
I loved the flashbacks that showed how Iris and Isaac met and how it all led up to the present events and I really enjoyed watching not just Michaela but many of the characters grow into better versions of themselves even as they had to struggle to move past all the hurt and sadness they had to endure.
I admit more than once the story tugged at my heartstrings and had me reaching for a tissue. Add to that the few twists I didn't see coming and I was hooked! It definitely left me anxious to start the next book in the series and in my opinion The Lost One is definitely recommended.
Posted October 13, 2014
Given To Me For An Honest Review
In Meg Collett's book The Lost One (End of Days Book 2), Heaven is demanding the 7 Seals. Archangel
Michaela is told to turn them over now. If not there will be a huge mass of plaques unleashed to
devastate the earth. She believes it will not only destroy earth but heaven and hell with it. What should
she do? This story is original and is such a great read. It is a real page turner and has some twists and
turns. You will love every page you read. I love it. I gave this book 5 stars but I wish I could give it more.
I recommend this book to everyone. I really recommend that you read all three books in order to really
get the whole story. Book 1 - The Hunted One. Book 3 - The Only One. I look forward for more from
Posted June 29, 2014
Michaela continues to try and right the wrongs she has unleashed upon the Earth and the ones being done in Heaven by the Atherea. She is worn out and tires of the fight but refuses to give up. Gabriel wants to help Michaela as much as he wants to hurt her. Ever since he signed his soul over to Lucifer in order to help her, his feelings everyone have been conflicted. Clark wants nothing more than to help Michaela bring down the Atherea so that Earth can become inhabitable again and the souls and Angels can go back where they belong. It is a long and bitter battle with many losses and heartbreak. There are no true winners in a war. The Atherea start to unleash plagues on the Earth and will not stop until Michaela gives them the Seven Seals which will bring about the End of Days. Michaela refuses to do so and is amazed by how many are actually willing to stand and fight with her when not so long ago everyone despised her for her mistakes. While battle plans are being formed and executed the true test comes when Michaela has to decide to either love or hate Gabriel. Her choice could mean the chance of winning this war or losing it before it has even really started. Will she make the right choice? Will she be able to set aside her preconceived notions about the Fallen and truly love? Will Clark finally realize his full potential as the half breed Nephil and help to tip the scales in this seemingly never ending battle? Will the last plague finally diminish everyone’s resolve to the point where they just give up?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 12, 2014
I was given a copy for an honest review. "I deliver a message to the fallen Archangel Michaela. Heaven demands the Seven Seals. You, Michaela, will turn them over immediately. If you wait," the Watcher paused and smiled cruelly, "we will unleash plagues of mass devastation on the Earth." Right where the first first book, The Hunted One, left off we pick up with, The Lost One. The aether has control of heaven and want to call on the end of days. Michaela believes the end of days will not only destroy earth, but heaven and hell with it. She finds help in the last places she ever expects to find it. This is such an original story and it was so much fun to read. I just couldn't put it down. I can't wait for the next installment. It does have some adult content and sexual situations.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 27, 2014
I was gifted this book by the Author for an honest review.
I gave this book 5 stars.
This is book two in the End of Days series. But this is the first book that I have read from Meg .. So I say it can be read as a standalone. I am sure I would have gotten more out of it by reading the first one too. I plan on doing that very soon!
Book: The Lost One
It is hard to put into words how amazing this book was, so I’ll just say that I couldn’t put it down once. And when I was distracted I was trying to hurry up and finish whatever I was doing so I could go back to reading this unique book. This book is not what you would expect from a book about heaven and hell and fallen angels but it is good nonetheless. This book starts off right where it left off which I was happy about, because I hate missing details between books.
Micheala has left behind everything she has ever known and she is still fighting to protect heaven and Earth. After everything she has been through it’s hard not to be on this character’s side. It is amazing that Gabriel is always trying to protect Micheala and help her through whatever she is facing. I could not get over their love; they are such a magnetic couple. Clark is obviously one of my favorite characters, even after all he has been through he is always there for Micheala.
I fell in love with the characters in this book and I couldn’t stop turning the pages once I started. I can’t wait until the next book comes because I, of course, want to know what happens next. Meg Collett is an amazing author and she has perfected the writing style of keeping you on the edge of your seat, pulling out your emotions, and leaving you begging for more.
THANK You Meg for a wonderful book!!! I loved it!!!