Wednesday, November 29, 2017

REVIEW: The Path by E. H. James








When Max Jensen is brutally murdered, on September 9, 1962, Timmy Jensen’s life is changed forever.

Timmy adored Max, and his loss was something neither he, nor his parents, could overcome. Shunned and ostracized, as the brother of that murdered teen, Timmy manages to find a job with a kind man by the name of Earl Jackman. Hauling away junk from people’s attics, Timmy meets Jenny Krieger and falls in love. Only Jenny’s father won’t have it, and she is shipped off to boarding school in Europe. But not before he meets Jenny’s grandma and is given a powerful medallion, known as the Amaarand.

Told he can use it to rescue his brother Max’s soul from hell, he must now patiently wait for his opportunity. He just didn’t know he’d have to wait until 2012.

Warning: This book may contain language that may be offensive to some readers.







What an awesome way to end a series.

The characters were phenomenal. I loved reading about Tim and the roll he played throughout this series and in this particular story.

The story-line was amazing. The author pulled out all the stops while writing this story and making a memorable happy ending. It's sad that this is the last book, but it has been one heck of a journey and I enjoyed every minute of it. I highly recommend this read.


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