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Carolyn Jess-Cooke

3.87 of 5 Votes: 4
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Books by Carolyn Jess-Cooke
The Guardian Angel's Journal (2010)
3.9 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: I thought the premise for this book was really interesting and since reading it, when I've been making certain choices and hearing those voices in my ear, it's taken me back to this concept of angels. It made me think about the choices we make, the long-term effect of these choic...
The Boy Who Could See Demons (2012)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: "The Boy Who Could See Demons" was really engaging read. Jess-Cooke takes us into the minds of two very different people, the psychologist and her patient (the boy), in an effective and believable way. The structure, alternating chapters between the two of them, fully engages us ...
I diari dell'angelo custode (2010)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: One of the most original stories I've read in over a decade. Jess-Cooke's style is both poetic and accessible, with a unique protagonist, whose dilemma is a a three-way conflict with her mortal self, her spiritual self, and with a god that she has to trust in, though she can't s...
Zawsze przy mnie stój (2010)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I really enjoyed this book as the journey of the main character was so enthralling. I wanted to find out more each page I turned. I read this novel really fast as I wanted to get to the ending. I was pleasantly surprised by the ending and I fell in love with the concept of angels...
Diário do Anjo da Guarda (2010)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: One of the best thrills for me is finding an unexpected great book at the library. This story is a fresh spin on the subject of guardian angels. A subject I tend to find more plausible, comforting and safe than astrology or tarot card reading. This is the story of a young woma...
Mi amigo el demonio (2012)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Amazingly crafted perspective shift between two characters, their viewpoints and their own situation within the story. Relationships tie in perfectly between the two shifts despite the large age gap. Reminiscent of Jodi Picoult's narrative style but definitely didn't drag on as m...
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