Grounded for All Eternity
Mal, Lilith, Aleister, and Crowley are just your average teenagers. Except they have wings, and they live in Hell. Mal and the gang are pumped for school vacation, which is practically canceled the second a soul escapes from the Pit, where the worst dead are imprisoned.
Unable to resist the promise of adventure, the kids sneak out. While goofing around in the woods near a tear in the veil, they accidentally fall through into a town called Salem, and unbeknownst to them, they bring the spirit with them. When chaotic things start happening in Salem, Mal and his friends have to trap the escapee and save the people of Earth before the veil closes… and they can’t go home.
This was a very interesting story! While being entertaining and fun, it also had a more serious side with some deeper elements, even though it still maintained its overall light-hearted manner. The characters were all unique and well-developed, with witty dialogue and realistic personalities. Their adventures were humorous, with plenty of nods to well-known myths and stories.
I loved Mal and the gang, and I would recommend their story to anyone who loves dark, interesting, and witty adventures.
|Page Count||384 pages|
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