Heaven Sent

Heaven Sent

by E. Van Lowe

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BN ID: 2940015763843
Publisher: White Whisker Books
Publication date: 12/13/2012
Series: Heaven Sent , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 437,456
File size: 980 KB

About the Author

E. Van Lowe is the author of "The Falling Angels Saga," "Never Slow Dance with a Zombie," and "The Zombie Always Rings Twice." Before writing novels for young adults, he wrote and produced "The Cosby Show" on television among many other sitcoms.

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Heaven Sent 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
After reading this book and the entire series i must admit it is a good read but I don't think it was worth the money? I enjoued the frist book the most but the others did not grasp my interest quite as much. As a bibliophile the plot was way to weak and it took way to long to read. If weak pots and ovrrdrawn story plots are what you like then this is the series is for you. On thbother hand thus authors book on zombies is quite lovely.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I miss Matt
CC_Graziano More than 1 year ago
A review copy was provided for an honest review. Heaven Sent was even better than the last two books in the series, there was more plot twists you won't even begin to predict and than there's Megan's darker side that's explored. This new side of her is one that's fascinatingly exciting and there's her new satanic powers to look forward to! I loved seeing how that played into everything--it's a real game-changer! Megan tries to move on only she finds that nearly impossible when her friend's life is at stake. Erin's dug herself even deeper into the pits of hell as she continues to spiral down a deep dark hole that she may not make it out of. Being the person that she is Megan Barnett won't let that happen so she makes it her mission to save her. Megan becomes everything that I've been waiting to see her become: independent, fierce, and utterly determined. I loved watching her develop into such a strong character who was willing to take risks for what she believed in. There was a lot of fantastically interesting works at play in Heaven Sent which definitely made it leagues better than the previous books. Heaven Sent starts off 2 months later from where Earth Angel last left off picking up at the end of Megan's school year. She defeated Satan and Beelzebub but hell's not through with her yet, how could it be? Guy hasn't returned or left word ever since she received a cryptic letter that doesn't seem to make sense but she has a feeling that maybe she hasn't seen the last of him and hopes that to be true even if those thoughts are futile. Maudrina in my eyes stepped up a lot in this book and became her own character with a strong voice and an outstanding personality. She really has a pivotal role in helping Megan remain sane and pushing her through her dark times especially when everything seems hopeless. I was sad to see less of Harrison but I enjoyed what role he played immensely, he's really fun and has such wit about him. I also loved Megan's cat - the idea that her pet isn't quite was she seems was amazing. Cats are my favorite and what an imaginatively creative roll it played. Each character in Heaven Sent just grows additional layers of depth that have so many different sides to them and that was a great welcome to the series. At first I couldn't really see where this book was headed because I thought the plot was going to wind up in a totally different direction but it really took me by surprise. It gets really twisted and it's a crazy ride full of demons, Satanists, and angels among other things. This novel was so compelling and I find myself really wanting to get my hands on the final installment of this saga; I'm hoping for a neatly tied up conclusion so I can have some finality because this series always has some loose strings that can unravel and turn up a new chaos. Heaven Sent was a very enjoyable read with great unpredictable twists and turns therefore earning a 4.5/5 rating. Bring on the last book!
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