The Saints of the Cross

The Saints of the Cross Seventeen year old Evangeline Sweeney has a life most teenage girls would envy She s lived in exotic locales all over the world has a handsome boyfriend and a loyal bestfriend Everything seems tranqu

  • Title: The Saints of the Cross
  • Author: Michelle Figley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 289
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  • Seventeen year old Evangeline Sweeney has a life most teenage girls would envy She s lived in exotic locales all over the world, has a handsome boyfriend and a loyal bestfriend Everything seems tranquil on the surface, but recurring nightmares about her deceased mother have her questioning their significance and her own sanity When her father announces he s moving the fSeventeen year old Evangeline Sweeney has a life most teenage girls would envy She s lived in exotic locales all over the world, has a handsome boyfriend and a loyal bestfriend Everything seems tranquil on the surface, but recurring nightmares about her deceased mother have her questioning their significance and her own sanity When her father announces he s moving the family from her beloved Spain back to Washington D.C her world is shattered However, when Evie returns to DC she discovers devastating secrets about her family and the boy she loves that threaten to destroy everything she knows to be true about her life and her identity With the help of an intriguing, handsome friend from her new school, The Holy Cross Preparatory Academy, Evie begins searching for the one thing she knows can answer all her questions and help her uncover the truth about herself But, will she find it before she loses everything, and everyone, she loves and cherishes most The Saints of the Cross is a Young Adult Contemporary Romance in the vein of Sara Zarr and Sarah Dessen.

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    1 thought on “The Saints of the Cross”

    1. It was a good book; but I was a bit disappointed with the ending. I found that there were several questions that were never answered and left unresolved. Most of the time it's not that big of a deal, but when the majority the book revolves around these certain issues I think they should be resolved.

    2. The Saints of the Cross is a teenage fiction that spans over two continents and a truckload of countries. The novel first starts off in Spain, where Evie's father Captain Nash is currently working at his post there for the Navy . Evie meets one coffee shop visit , a handsome guy by the name of Javier and from then on for the next year it is love at first sight or glance and the pair become hopelessy heads over heels in love until tragic circumstances arise and Evie finds her dad is being posted [...]

    3. Hmm, what to say about this book. Well, 1, I enjoyed that the author went into detail about Evie meeting Javier and falling in love with him, but then fell in love with Xander later when she moved to the states. Yes, this is weird, but most authors bypass the first love story and I enjoyed seeing it pan out the way it did. 2. I completely agree with Evie about her decision between the two guys, though they did put up a lot of reasons for being with both. 3. The thing with her mother was just odd [...]

    4. This book was a little slow going for me at first. I guess I was honestly expecting a little paranormal and when I realized that wasn't going to happen I had to rethink and reset myself before continuing and getting back into it. Once I got myself ready to read, I was totally engrossed in Evie's story and everything that was going on in her life. Javier was the perfect boyfriend up until Evie had to leave Spain, and I was honestly rooting for her and Xander as soon as they were introduced. There [...]

    5. I got my copy from the First Reads :)Wow, I don't really know what to say. I am not good at writing reviews so I'll try anyway. I really liked the story. One word to describe it all would be 'unpredictable'.It's unpredictable because the story takes you by surprise as you go along. I made assumptions about Javier and Evie's mother on what is the the real deal behind their characters but my guesses turned out to be wrong. You know in some stories where you can just predict what it's about and wh [...]

    6. I was recommended this book because the description says it is similar to Sarah Zarr books and I have to agree. I really enjoyed reading this and fell in love with the characters. It is well written and well edited. I did not see a single editing error (which means I wasn't distracted by errors, and that's rare in these types of mass/pop fiction books). The themes of this story really resonated with me, and the action in each chapter kept me wanting to find out what would happen next. My only co [...]

    7. All I can say is Wow Figley has done a magnificent job weaving a tale that twists and turns and leaves you quickly turning the pages to see what is going to happen next.Her character development is outstanding, you feel as though you are reading about your friends.I really hope there is a sequel, because when the book ended, I kept turning the page hoping there was more.

    8. One thing is for sure. This thing made me confused then enlightened then confused then enlightened again. Lol. Nevertheless, it has its moments that I really enjoyed.And may I just say that I enjoyed knowing that Coralea is half Filipino? Loved it. That banana lumpia got me smiling. I'm pretty sure that´s turon, as we call it in the Philippines. :)

    9. I enjoyed this book, right up to the epilogue. The epilogue just made me mad. The book itself was very good. I like the characters and the storyline. The epilogue, quite honestly, could have been turned into a sequel rather than condensing the next 5 years into a couple pages with many questions and scattered details.

    10. i loved it actually! it is more exciting and thriller at the near end i wasn't totally happy with how the story ends because i was rooting for javier. but i like it still, i love the characters, especially their love and hate relationship. i was hoity-toity most of the time!

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