Mz Z Z từ Kočičin, Croatia
Cuốn sách người lớn trẻ yêu thích của tôi. Một chút nặng về biểu tượng tôn giáo (Thiên đường mất bất cứ ai?) Nhưng vẫn là một tác phẩm tuyệt vời.
Portia Harding is a physicist, with a logical, down to earth mentality. As a matter of fact she is downright stubborn when it comes to the paranormal. It doesn't exist and their is no such thing as magic. Unfortunately for Portia her friend,Sarah has no such problem believing in magic or the paranormal. They travel to Scotland and find a fairy ring where Portia reads one of the summoning rituals Sarah has downloaded from the internet. Presto- Chango a virtue arrives and transfers her powers to Portia, who has no idea what happened or how to control them. Theo North shows up shortly and tries to convince Portia she needs him to be her Champion, cause she has seven trials to face to be confirmed and allowed into the Court of Divine Blood. He is a nephilim, the son of an fallen angel and a mortal, and he wants entry into the Court. If he helps her become a Virtue she can help him get a soul and gain access to the Court. Unknown to both they are caught up in plot by others who are trying to take over the Court. As they work their way through the trials many unexpected things occur, such as a trip to Abbaddon to face Bael, the ruler. It was humerous, and had a funny romance. If readers are looking for clever, witty, paranormal romances, then they need look no further than Katie MacAlister to begin their list. Portia's conversion from skeptic to believer is filled with laughs and highlighted by moments of profoundness. This is my least favourite Dark One novel yet, but it is still entertaining and the ones that came before this one are wonderful.