Benedict: The Gateway - A.J.Chess Reviews
Description:ISBN 1481012533 / Paperback: 216 pages / Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform / Published: 9 Dec 2012
Newest Review: ... No long drawn out descriptive text here, the police at the door; Lucy's aunt is dead. Quickly Lucy has to learn about her ... more
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by - written on 09/01/14 (Very useful, 40 readings)
BENEDICT The Gateway I have tried very hard to interest you in this book without including any spoilers, I hope I have succeded: Things were not going well for Lucy Wilson. Her aunt was dead and her house ransacked. The last thing she needed (or expected) was an Angel with a flaming sword. Or should that be a flaming Angel with a sword? At least he explained what was happening, because she had no idea her Aunt had been the Guardian of the Holy Grail for hundreds of years. Now the Grail was missing and Demons were escaping from Hell through the Gateway in the basement. Lucy couldn't deal with this alone and her friend Saffron was the only person she ... Read the complete review
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