Tuesday, September 19, 2017

REVIEW: Daughter's of Men by Mia Michele






The war over, Lucian must now sit in judgment for all that he has done. With Lucifer arguing for his return to Hell and Lucian refusing to speak for himself, he falls to his knees and prays for mercy. In this riveting conclusion to the Hosts and Hellions trilogy, the true meanings of grace, faith, and, ultimately, the forgiveness that only true love can give are shown, giving an allegorical and very human face to the Great Love Story shared between humanity and God.






This book really brought out the feelers. I cried, smiled, and laughed a bit throughout the story.

I felt a wonderful connection with the characters and felt everything they felt as the story progressed.

The story-line is an unforgettable one that kept me turning pages and becoming one with the story. I am glad that I read this trilogy. This story brings Hope and reminds us that you can accomplish anything if you only believe. 

I highly recommend this whole trilogy.


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