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The Noru: Blue Rose (The Noru Series, Book 1) by [StVil, Lola]
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As the demon takes her into his arms and away from the flames, he begins to understand, he isn't rescuing her; she's saving him...

The Noru series in order:
Book 1: Blue Rose
Book 2: Last Akon
Book 3: Fall Of The Chosen
Book 4: When Angels Break
Book 5: Ways of The Wicked
Book 6: Rise Of The Alago

About the Author

Lola StVil is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author living in Los Angeles CA . She was 7 when she first came to this country from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She attended Columbia College in Chicago, where main focus was creative writing. In addition to books and plays, She also writes screenplays and short stories. Guardians the girl was her first Novel.

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  • File Size: 5360 KB
  • Print Length: 293 pages
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  • Language: English
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65 of 76 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa87c1f3c) out of 5 stars no ending Oct. 6 2014
By CAmom - Published on
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I guess this is a book that goes on forever. I also think it's odd that it switched narrator in the middle, kinda takes the fun away from the mysterious guy since you know what he's thinking. Story is ok, I wouldn't recommend for teens to read. Overall, I don't like cliffhangers.
84 of 100 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa84281a4) out of 5 stars 14yr old POV? Creepy!!! March 15 2015
By Monica R - Published on
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I think with all the sexual tension between the extremely young pov and her very experienced love interest Silver, the author should have made her at least 17. I also didn't understand the "warning' before the explicit sex scenes with Silver? Why was that necessary to include, there was no reason to have that chapter in the book. I honestly thought it was just creepy!
100 of 123 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa8428168) out of 5 stars Skip this book unless you were looking for expensive bird-cage lining material. Jan. 21 2015
By M.L. - Published on
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Does this thing have a less than 1 star rating? Aw, it doesn't. I actually have to give this a star.

You know, if you want to watch some teenagers NOT save the day with actual humor and style, you could save yourself some time and have a Teen Titans Go marathon. Just saying.

About a tenth of the way through, I started joking with my husband about making a drinking game about each continuity error and paradox the author made. I'm currently a quarter through, and if I drank, I'd be dead of alcohol poisoning. I can't stop *laughing* as I read. Dig this s***, guys:
Amazing badass angel-kid (let's call her Mary Sue!) "fights with everyone" because she "has no friends and is miserable. Also she doesn't want to conform." What's she spend the rest of the book with? HER FRIENDS. And what does she do? Oh c'mon, guess! SHE CONFORMS. Stand up for herself? Nope. Mostly, she's a roving fashion reporter.

Oh, and did we mention those superpowers? She basically has every one, ever. We're making a half-assed bingo game here every time she pops up some new ability, with or without the aid of a trinket. So far we have about 16 powers worked up between us. Most of them involve her ability to name the designer of her friends' shoes.

Or could we discuss the magical bracelet that shows up at about 1/4 of the way through but wasn't there back when she was, oh, say, saving humans from harm? Did she just forget she had it on? Or was it a last second idea without any development?

My eight year old literally dictated (parts) of a novel better than this.

I'm going back to reading just as soon as I visit the loo. I've laughed so hard I really need to pee.

Also, I might just finish this book up WITH the drinking game. It might help to be blotto with these stereotypical characters and this wooden plot.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa842845c) out of 5 stars Disgusting May 2 2016
By A Customer - Published on
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Just wrong. Terribly written the writer is just reaching for straws to make this book work. The content should be for adults yet it's aimed towards young teenagers. Sex and language are on every page where the 14 year old characters are nothing but alcoholic druggy sex addicts. And what's even worse is that they are supposed to be Angels. In my experience angels are creatures of goodness and purity not rebellion and pornography. Absolutely hate what the writer did with this book.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa84283cc) out of 5 stars Private fantasy of a sexually frustrated 14 year old May 11 2016
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This is the worst book I have ever read. It reads like it was literally written by a 14 year old. The dialogue is terrible, particularly by the parents who speak to each other and their children as if they are all 14 years old. If you're going to have a 14 year old POV and everyone speaks like they're 14, then you probably shouldn't have such a graphic, creepy and not to mention UNNECESSARY sex scene in the middle of the book. I have read YA books with much older, adult POVs that did not describe a sex scene that graphically. If you can get past how inappropriate this books is, along with the terrible writing, the book will still not make sense. There are 1,000 questions raised that are never explained, along with the other 1,000 terms that are rapidly spat out at you. Not to mention, "Silver" or "Aaden" is constantly being referred to by both names which is extremely distracting and plain annoying to try and follow. For another thing, there was literally zero research done to write this book. You cannot write a book about something as explored as angels and demons and come up with all this new and baseless terminology. I cannot honestly get over how ridiculous and terrible this book is. It pained me to try and read it. Just, wow. Do not waste your time on this book.