At first  I didn’t really know what to think about this book. I bought it because I heard a lot of positive reviews about it, but personally I’ve always been a bit sceptic about “Angel” fiction. A prejudice I wrongly assumed I decided after reading this book. Cynthia hand has a way of bringing a story alive. Her descriptions of scenery I loved. Her writing style is smooth, with nice and easy-going dialogues. Clara Gardner is a brilliant protagonist. She’s a really strong character in the story and a personality that sticks with you. She was really confused, who wouldn’t be when you have visions of a stranger and that saving him is your purpose. She knows what she has to do but when, where and why remain unanswered…

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The first half of the book made me laugh. There is a lot of humour in the book, and even though Hazel is really sick, you just can’t get past the humour present. And of course I have to admit that while reading I had this sense of dread looming over my head the entire time. But because of Hazel, the protagonist, and how strong she is, you are able to see past it for these brief periods of time. The other half of the book had my heart aching. I cried, who am I kidding? I cried a lot. When I said that this book left an impression I wasn’t kidding. The characters and dialogue are really good. Hazel and Augustus’s personalities are what…

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“Happiness is the most natural thing in the world when you have it, and the slowest, strangest, most impossible thing when you don’t. It’s like learning a foreign language: You can think about the words all you want, but you’ll never be able to speak it until you suck up your courage and say them out loud.” I’ve never been this wet in my life, ” said Kira. “Even immersed in a bathtub I swear I was dryer than I am now. ” “Look on the bright side, ” said Marcus. Kira waited. “This is the point at which you would traditionally suggest a bright side. ” “I’ve never been a real traditional guy,” said Marcus. “Besides, I’m not saying I know a bright side,…

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