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Reviewed by Sylvia Heslin for Readers' Favorite
Once again, we find the heroine Claudia Emerson who is half human and half akin (part angel) fighting for her life and her existence within a world full of angels and demons who want her soul. In the second book of Mary Ting’s 'Crossroads' series, the book "Between" continues to follow the story of Claudia and her fight to stay alive in her now ever changing new world. And all the while, Claudia must continue to try and lead a normal life while protectors and guardians are sent to help guide her. With the help of her new angelic friends from the crossroads, and her guardian angel and forbidden love Michael, Claudia comes to terms with her past to fulfill her destiny.
Mary Ting’s follow up book "Between" is just as interesting and fascinating as her first book "Crossroads". I really liked how she has developed the plot between the angel and demons and good versus evil. I especially enjoyed reading about the continuing forbidden love story between Claudia and Michael. And for fans of Mary Ting’s "Crossroads", this book really does a great job of picking up where the first book left off. This book, this series, interweaves the two worlds perfectly and made me wish that I too had a guardian angel. Young adult teens and older people alike will really enjoy this wonderful book whether or not they believe in the supernatural, and in the world of angels and demons.