The Crumpled Sword

The Crumpled Sword David has been plagued with guilt over his sister s death since she died in a drowning accident at the age of ten Growing up with his parents blaming him for it he led a secluded and unhappy life unt

  • Title: The Crumpled Sword
  • Author: Sydney Presley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • David has been plagued with guilt over his sister s death since she died in a drowning accident at the age of ten Growing up with his parents blaming him for it, he led a secluded and unhappy life until he moved away from the remote family cabin Free to live without his father s stern reprimands and his mother s weeping at the loss of her beloved daughter, David tried toDavid has been plagued with guilt over his sister s death since she died in a drowning accident at the age of ten Growing up with his parents blaming him for it, he led a secluded and unhappy life until he moved away from the remote family cabin Free to live without his father s stern reprimands and his mother s weeping at the loss of her beloved daughter, David tried to fit into human society until news that his parents had also died the same way as his sister brought him back to the place he d once called home With no closure in sight, and wondering whether he can discover why his parents died, David is shocked and annoyed when a man lets himself into the cabin He confronts him and discovers a whole lot of things he didn t want to know David is a Superior, apparently, someone who has been chosen by the shifter Angels to do a specific task The man, Warwick, has come to explain things, and together they must embark on a mission But before that, they have to mate With a visit to Heaven and Hell in the cards, and the search for a weapon called The Crumpled Sword, David and Warwick have a job and a half on their hands David must restore order and peace, and he can t walk away from the task that s been set After all, you don t ignore the Angels of Wereling when they call you

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    1. When I see books by this author I expect a totally different type of read, one I always enjoy. This book starts with a prologue David is a child, things aren't good because his older sister seems to hate him. Then we get lots of guilt on both sides. I have to say I'm so pleased we have a prologue and not flashbacks, it made reading the book so much easier.I did enjoy this book, it seemed to take shifters to a different level more god like than just merely shifters. Some things do run on similar [...]

    2. 2.75 starsI really wanted to like this book but I can't. it started good but then it gets too rush but boring at the same time no bueno.

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