Inheritance by Joan Cleveland & Marisa Cleveland {Review Tour w/ Giveaway} @marisacleveland @GoddessFish

 

Inheritance
by Joan Cleveland & Marisa Cleveland
Publication Date: April 24, 2016

 

 

His destiny is to save humankind. But first he must survive middle school... The descendants of the fallen angels never had it so good. At twelve, Grayson Lahash is thrust into an unfamiliar world where battle lines balance precariously in favor of good over evil, and his unexpected arrival and fallen heritage may be just enough to tip the scales. But as Grayson uncovers the secrets of his past, he must decide if he's willing to risk everything for the destiny that is his to inherit.

 

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Zul hovered on the other side. “Ever seen a halo?”

Grayson fought from choking on the stench of their bad breath. “Is that some kind of drug?”

Zul motioned his stubby fingers in a circle above his head. “We mean a genuine, bona fide, it-hovers-over-your-head halo.”

They meant the kind of halos angels wore. How crazy insane was that? For them to ask him if he’d ever seen one? 

He scoffed. “Halo? Have I seen one? No way.” He held up his hand. “And don’t even try to tell me you have. I may look small, but I’m not stupid.”

Loshe resumed his lounging position on his desk. Zul moved to the window, snapping the dark green curtains closed in a cloud of dust. With the sunlight banned, the room sank into a shadowy cell. A desk lamp with a single bulb struggled to glow in the far corner of the room. 

Grayson’s gaze ran over the room. He counted four desks, two sets of bunk beds, and four closets. Did that mean he would have the pleasure of meeting another delusional meathead? Would the fourth be as accommodating as these two?

Only, if I’m lucky. 

“Clearly he knows nothing,” Zul finally said to Loshe.

“Don’t tell me his father never told him anything,” Loshe countered, completely ignoring Grayson. “His father had to have told him something.”

Zul waved a frustrated hand, pointing at Grayson. “The kid thought a halo was a drug.”

 

This was overall an entertaining read with some good characters. At times I was left a bit confused as to things were progressing in the story  but it does cover some good issues such as bullying. 

 

 


{I received an eARC when I signed up to host the book tour. I made no guarantee of a favorabe review and the opinions exressed here are unbiased and my own.}

 

 

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Joan Cleveland was born and raised in New Hampshire, where she is a volunteer aide at a small, private school. She spent over twenty-five years assisting teachers in the classroom at the elementary level. The widow of Maurice T. Cleveland, Jr., Joan has three adult children.

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Marisa Cleveland loves to laugh, hates to cry, and does both often. If she couldn't express herself through writing, music, and dance, she would die. As a former gymnast, cheerleader, and dancer, she understands the importance of balance, and she encourages everyone to stay flexible.

 

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