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BOOK REVIEW: THE GUARDIAN
BY JOYCE SWEENEY

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Hunter knew he would be okay, physically and mentally, when Mike was around. But now Mike has passed away, leaving his short-fused wife sole caretaker of four children, 3 daughters and 1 foster son. Hunterís mere presence could throw her into a violent rage. As his number of bruises skyrocket, his life takes an unexpected turn for the better. A mysterious force has begun to act on every prayer of Hunterís. Is there really such a think as a Guardian Angel? Or has Hunter finally gone crazy?

The Guardianís plot was built on an interesting idea that didnít drag on. Every event ran quickly to the next. The family was a mess of odd characters. Hunter had my sympathy from the first page. His foster mom appeared to hate him and threw him off when she showed even the slightest compassion. She was very hard to pin down. All of his sisters were realistic and the youngest one was adorable. The dialogue was straight and to the point. The Guardian is going to be most enjoyed by middle school boys. The Guardian is a book worth your time, even though it seems over edited.

REVIEWED BY THE BOOKWORM

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