The Lovely and the Lost (The Dispossessed)

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The Waverly siblings have discovered that there are dark and creepy things, demons to be precise, that lurk in the shadows and that they may be able to fight these demons. But it’s not always the demons that they must be wary of, but also those humans that surround them, no matter how close they seem. And while the Dispossessed or gargoyles are their protectors, there are lines being drawn and sides being taken. Ingrid, Gaby, and Grayson must each decide which path to take. And Luc, the fierce and loyal gargoyle, must determine if Ingrid is worth the wrath of the angels or if he needs to move on.

The Lovely and the Lost is the second book in the Dispossessed series by Morgan Page. The writing pulls the reader in and the imagery that Page creates is stunning. The story is set in old-world Paris, with horse -drawn carriages, ladies with parasols and a splash of demons, hellhounds, gargoyles and angels thrown in. The plot is well crafted with plenty of twists, turns, and surprises you never see coming. The characters are intriguing, complex, and full of depth. A thoroughly enjoyable read with an ending that will leave you wanting more.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 368 pages
Publisher Delacorte Press
Publish Date 2014-May-13
ISBN 9780385743136 Buy this Book
Issue September 2014
Category Young Adult


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