Image of The Lost Saint


Image of The Lost Saint

Despain has created a romantic, fast-paced novel that will leave fans desperate for the next in the Dark Divine series. Grace’s feisty attitude, her stubborn belief in herself and her kick-ass philosophy are refreshing when compared with the multitude of helpless paranormal YA heroines.

Grace is determined to find her brother Jude, who disappeared after being turned into an urbat (werewolf). As bizarre crimes become more frequent in their town, Grace begins to think they are connected to Jude’s whereabouts. When her investigations put her in a nasty situation she is rescued by a handsome stranger. Grace befriends Talbot; he’s new in town and she can’t help but trust him. As Daniel becomes mysteriously distant, Grace turns to Talbot and unconsciously begins to give in to the wolf. Despite the mysterious warnings she is sure are coming from Jude, Grace lets her guard down. Can she and Daniel patch things up before the trap is sprung, or is it too late? Will she have to permanently sacrifice herself to save the ones she loves? (EGMONT, Jan., 416 pp., $17.99, ISBN: 9781606840580, HC, 12 & Up)
Reviewed by: 
Raven Haller