Book Review: Breaking the Chains by Ioana Visan

Goodreads Synopsis

All it took was one human to figure out how to lend his guardian angel to another and now Lucifer “Lu” is left to try to fix the situation before it gets out of hand. With his pet human in tow, Lu begins an investigation like no other and sets out to stop the madness before other humans follow suit and interfere with his livelihood.

I received an email a while ago from Ioana Visan’s mailing list that I’m subscribed to telling me about this book being free on Amazon. (The offer’s not available anymore, unfortunately.)

Warning: This book may be offensive to religious people or people sensitive about religious topics. 

This book holds quite a bit of humour. As it’s only the first part to a series, and an extremely short story, there’s not much to go on. What I understood from this story was that Lucifer -‘Lu’- one day appeared in the main character’s house and refused to leave.

Lu and Ms. V go out to see about a man who’s lending out a guardian angel and stop him before he does something they can’t come back from. In the book, Ms. V says that Lu wants her soul but how can she give him something she doesn’t believe in. Faith is an extraordinary thing, I believe.

I enjoyed this book a lot and might see about continuing the series. I admit, I was confused at many points but I was still able to understand what was happening. I look forward to reading more of this author’s work.

Read: 15 September 2015
Rating: ✮✮✮

Publication Date: 1 June 2015
Link to Author’s Goodreads Page: Ioana Visan


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