Official Review: Vagabond by Mary A.J. [December 2021 Book of the Month]

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This is the first I have heard of Lucifer having a daughter, much less a remorseful one. She must have taken after her mother. I will have to check this book out.
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As everyone is saying, there are just so many reasons to get this book and dive into it. From the idea that the main female character will be trying to mingle and fit in to a regular human school, to all the many conflicts, both inner and outer of good and evil working and playing out as the story goes on and as plots and story lines move forward. Such a cool book!!
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Post by Rashi Agrawal »

A really nice review! I am surely putting this book in my reading list. Romance and demonic fights- seems like a great combination!
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Post by Akaraiwe »

I love the fact the princess of hell is demonic and portray good and evil side. I wonder how it will be if Lucifer daughter is my classmate. But I don't wish to because I don't want to die or see myself in hell.😅
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Post by Jydel »

The review is captivating. The storyline and issues like contest between good and evil in the book as highlighted by the reviewer draws one to it and makes one want to pick a copy and read.
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Post by Faith - Benny Any »

Was the school able to find out Cecelia's secret. This book is suspense filled. I love the storyline.
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Post by meiafidaa_7 »

The plot is interesting and new of the kind. Fantasy lovers will like it. Thank you for the amazing review
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Post by Amynwankwo_ »

This was definitely a masterpiece! Cecelia is an example that children can carve out their own beliefs and ideas outside of their parents influence. This book was great. The plot was very engaging and the characterization was simply admirable. I loved reading about Cecilias attempt to blend in. Beautiful book indeed! Great review too.
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Post by Humera955 »

It is always captivating when you have lucifer in the picture . really loved reading this book.
Great review.
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Post by Susan Gibbs »

This sounds like a really dramatic and unusual story. Cecilia is a strong and conflicted character. The mystery of what is in the crypts in the school sounds interesting. I don't usually choose this type of genre, however, I think this book will become very popular with young adult audiences.
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Post by Harsh Soni 3 »

Lucifer's daughter attends a human's school, which is full of secrets. She is concerned about her security. It seems like an interesting and unique book. Thanks for this great review.
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Post by vitalisvicky »

Wow! This is an interesting read. The story of Cecelia Harrow, Lucifer's daughter is fascinating. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Miracle Chidera 1 »

I love fantasy but I've never read one with Lucifer's daughter in the troupe. Where can I get this book????
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Post by Rachael S 1 »

This sounds like an exciting story. I love the idea of following Lucifer's daughter around during her high school years. Most stories focus on Lucifer, not many are in regards to him having a daughter.
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Post by Mjgarrison »

Thanks for the great review. This book is a little dark for me , but I see how it could be very interesting. It is weird to think that Lucifer's daughter could have feelings about her actions.
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