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Lucifer’s Emblem: A Paranormal Academy Novel (Celestial Academy Book 1) by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk – Review by Kerry Carr

Lucifer's Emblem (Celestial Academy, #1)Lucifer’s Emblem by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a great young adult story. And it is an amazing first book. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.

Zuri is the daughter of Lucifer. She lives a pretty boring life as the daughter of the leader of hell. All she has to do is learn the way to run hell so she can take over from her father. However she longs for adventure and she gets her wish when a special Emblem is stolen. This Emblem protect Lucifer from the Archangels and in the wrong hands it can cause trouble.
So Zuri follows the theif and finds herself on Earth at a school for saints and angels.

Miry is the daughter of Archangel Michael who is headmaster of the Celestial Academy. Nothing she does seems to make her dad proud of her so when a new student arrives asking for help to find a stolen part of history she jumps at the chance to help and hopefully gain her fathers pride.

Can the two girls work together to recover the Emblem and stop it being used for evil? Or will the gap between heaven and hell mean that the lack of trust makes this a lost cause?

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Lucifer’s Emblem: A Paranormal Academy Novel (Celestial Academy Book 1) by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk – Review by Juls Dick

Lucifer's Emblem (Celestial Academy, #1)Lucifer’s Emblem by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lucifer’s Emblem: A Paranormal Academy Romance is the first title n the Celestial Academy series by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk. This is a fun new series for lovers of paranormal stories. Zuri, daughter of Lucifer, witnesses one of her fathers most prized and dangerous possessions being stolen from their vault and is forced to go undercover at the Celestial Academy, an elite school run by the Archangel Michael for the offspring of celestial beings such as angels and saints. At the school not everything as it seems, the thief is somewhere in the school too and Zuri doesn’t know who she can trust. This book was really fun, I enjoyed the characters in this book, I want to know more about what secrets they are hiding. Looking forward to book 2.

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Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha – Review by Anastasia Dodson

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two NovellasEvery Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a young adult thriller that has two short stories about two very different girls. I have read a few books by this author and i have liked them all and this is no different. I was kept on the edge of my seat because of the twists and the turns of these books. I was turning page after page to see what would happen next. Tess is a girl with schizophrenia who loves someone that doesn’t lover her back. We see the how her life begins to spirals and then how she works to get it back under control. The other main character is Evelyn. She seems to be perfect and loved by everyone. But just because something seem perfect and happy doesn’t mean its all sunshine and butterflies. It just might be all twisted and we shall see who will see the truth in the end.
I thought these two stories were good and i am looking forward to reading more by this author in the future.
Happy Reading!

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Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha – Review by Mirela Ruiz

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two NovellasEvery Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha was a super emotional read. I felt sad, frustrated, and drained after reading. I was taken on an emotional journey and felt understanding. The expression of do a mile in their shoes means something different now. At the end of it I loved the stories and as difficult as it was, I did enjoy the ride. It was definitely a book that addee value.

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Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha – Review by Finn Cunningham

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two NovellasEvery Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I can honestly say, I did enjoy both of these stories. I was caught from the very first page and couldn’t stop reading either of them. They both took me on quite an emotional rollar coaster with darker themes. If you like darker plots, themes, and stories, this might be for you! It will definitely get you thinking, and was personally eye opening for me in several ways. I am excited to see where Zarina takes her stories in the future.

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Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two NovellasEvery Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha

5-stars

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha was an intriguing and heart wrenching read. I eagerly read this book struggling to put it down. The storyline was organized and detailed. I found myself pulled into the lives of the main characters easily as I read. I enjoyed the educational tid bits about various psychological disorders in the storyline. These two stories were excellent and I thoroughly enjoyed them. I highly recommend this book.

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Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha – Review by Chantelle Smith

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two NovellasEvery Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This being my first read from this author I wasn’t sure what to expect, but what I expected was definitely not this. These two novella’s face some really deep and dark issues, issue that you begin to understand as what others go through in everyday life. Following Tess’s story have a lot of ups and downs, had my emotions all out of whack and really had me hoping Tess would find a way out of her downward spiral.
Now Evelyn’s story takes an even darker turn, and as bad as its to say I was compelled to carry on reading this read it was dark but I kept turning the pages wanting to find out how Evelyn’s journey will turn out. For this being two novellas in one you definitely was not lacking on two amazing storylines and incredible characters. I highly recommend this read, it may not be for all but if you want a read that’s dark but totally compelling then this is the book for you!

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Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha – Review by Kerry Carr

Every Last Psycho: A Collection of Two NovellasEvery Last Psycho: A Collection of Two Novellas by Zarina Macha
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book has 2 stories inside.

The first one called Every Last Thought is a real hard story to read. It contains themes such as mental illness, rape and drug and alcohol abuse. Although these are hard subject to read about it has been written with respect. We follow the journey of Tess. A teenage girl who suffers from schizophrena. She struggles with life as the voices in her head make life hard. So she uses alcohol and eventually drugs to cope with it. Its a heartbreaking and also an eye opening story.

The second story is called Psycho Girl. This is a different type of story about a girl called Evelyn who is a psychopath. On the outside she is a normal girl who has everything she wants. Great grades, a perfect boyfriend, good friends. However she hides a secret from everyone. She doesnt care. She has no feelings or thoughts for anyone but herself and what Evelyn wants she gets one way or another. Her life progresses well. People see her as driven and determined but when she gets rejected by the college she wants to go to she snaps and the true Evelyn comes to light. It is a very chilling story and scary to think that there are people living like that, happy, normal lives until something makes them snap.

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Lucifer’s Emblem: A Paranormal Academy Novel (Celestial Academy Book 1) by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk – Review by Nicky Margaret

Lucifer's Emblem (Celestial Academy, #1)Lucifer’s Emblem by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Lucifer’s Emblem: Celestial Academy book 1 by Molly Zenk and Sarah Biglow is a 3 star read.
Zuri is the 18 year old daughter of Lucifer and while sneaking in to see his Emblem the glass shatters as she touches it and someone steals it, knowing that it’s her responsibility to find the Emblem and bring it back to hell, Zuri goes undercover at the Celestial Academy to find the thief. Along the way she meet Miryam, daughter of Archangel Michael, who has some major daddy issues.
As much as it pains me to say I really struggled with this book, it was a short read but it took me a while to get into the book and I just didn’t enjoy it. I would recommend trying it for yourself cos you never know you might just enjoy it.

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Lucifer’s Emblem: A Paranormal Academy Novel (Celestial Academy Book 1) by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Lucifer's Emblem (Celestial Academy, #1)Lucifer’s Emblem by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Lucifer’s Emblem: A Paranormal Academy Novel (Celestial Academy Book 1) by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk

Lucifer’s Emblem is the first book in the Celestial Academy sseries.I devoured this paranormal romance in one sitting. I couldn’t stop reading till the end. I had to know what was going to happen next. This isn’t my first read by these authors and definitely not my last. This story is about a Emblem that has been stolen but must be found before it unleashes Amageddon. Only problem is there’s only one person’s bloo who will stop it,Zuri’s. Can she learn to trust Miryam before it’s to late? Find out what happens next in this must read. I look forward to reading more from these authors.

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