Magdalena Marquez is a teen-aged girl struggling with adult responsibilities and choices. She knows right from wrong, but realizes that with her back against the wall and her brother's life on the line, the division isn't as black and white as she wants it to be. Forced to choose between an angel and a demon, Lena must first confront her own broken dreams and allow herself to find hope again before she is stripped of all she loves. When do we struggle to change the world? When do we let go and embrace life's broken beauty?
|Publisher:||Black Arrow Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||755 KB|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The ambiguous natures of the two lost souls in The Never Prayer save them from being clichés. Their names imply what sort of creatures the boys are, but it's never made absolutely clear, and while I don't generally like books with angels or demons in them, I liked this one. The high school setting is also fresh, showing the bleak world of teens growing up in a dying town. Dark and even depressing at times, The Never Prayer introduces a courageous and self-sacrificing female protagonist filled with pain and worry in a story about hope, love, and human frailty countered by the strength of the human spirit.
Great book. I couldn't put it down because I wanted to see what happened next. I am not a hunger games, twilight, maze runner etc. fan, but I really enjoyed this book. No matter what you usually read, try this book. There is something in it for everyone to enjoy.
Loved this book! Kept me on the edge of my seat and couldn't put it down! If you are a hunger games fan, twilight fan, maze runner, true blood....get this book , you will love it !