The Prophecy of the Sisters

The Prophecy of the Sisters

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Without the Keys, something terrible will happen. Something that cannot be undone. And with them, I might bring an end to the riddle of the Prophecy and my strange part in it. If Alice and I are on conflicting sides of the Prophecy, the Keys would be dangerous in her hands. Which means I have to find them. And I have to do it before my sister. This is the story of sixteen-year-old Lia Milthorpe's quest to discover her role and her twin sister's in a powerful prophecy that has affected twin sisters for generations. But nothing can prepare her for what she discovers - about herself, about her family, and about the danger that goes from haunting her dreams to becoming her reality.show more

Product details

  • 12+
  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 128 x 196 x 23mm | 258g
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • ATOM
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1905654499
  • 9781905654499
  • 199,725

About Michelle Zink

Michelle Zink is a 38 year old mother of four who describes herself as 'scarily music-obsessed.' She's a Southern California transplant living in Pine Bush, New York. THE PROPHECY OF THE SISTERS is her first novel.show more

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I loved this book from the first time I read it. It's a change from all the vampire books now a days. The story starts out at Thomas Milthorpe's funeral (Lia and Alice's dad) there we meet the different characters who at one point or another will have some role in the book. Their brother Henry, Lia's best friend James, their driver and friend Edmund and Aunt Virginia. Later that night Lia looks at the strange symbol that has appeared on her wrist the night after her fathers death, a symbol that proves her part and Alice's in an ancient prophecy in which they have a choice to either save the world or destroy it. But Lia doesn't know about the prophecy until James her best friend and love interest finds a book in her fathers library with only one page in it, this book is ruffly translated to the "Book of Chaos" the prophecy says this: Through fire and harmony mankind endured Until the sending of the Guards Who took as wives and lovers the woman of man, Engendering His wrath. Two sisters, formed in the same swaying ocean, One the Guardian, One the Gate. One keeper of peace, The other bartering sorcery for devotion. Cast from the heavens, the Souls were Lost As the Sisters continue the battle Until the Gates summon forth their return, Or the Angel brings the Keys to the Abyss. The Army, marching forth through the Gates. Samael, the Beast, through the Angel. The Angel, guarded only by the gossamer veil of protection. Four Marks, Four Keys, Circle of Fire Birthed in the first breath of Samhain In the shadow of the Mystic Stone Serpent of Aubur. Let the Angel's Gate swing without the Keys Followed by the Seven Plagues and No Return. Death Famine Blood Fire Darkness Drought Ruin Open your arms, Mistress of Chaos, that the havoc of the Beast will flow like a river For all is lost when the Seven Plagues begin. Lia's and Alice's relationship evolves, breaks and mends through the book as do they, and little by little their personalities shine with their own light. I love the setting of this book (the late 1800) and Michelle makes it all feel so real that I actually feel like I'm living the story rather than reading it, that I'm discovering the secrets with Lia, Alice, Luisa and Sonia (although some secrets I suspect before they find out), I feel like hugging Henry or telling James the truth (poor thing he's kept in the dark) All the characters were well written and made you feel for them. I loved Lia with her insecurities, and how she grows into finding her role and trying as best as she can to stop the end. Sonia is the calm one, and the one that knows most about the prophecy and Lia's role in it as she's a spiritualist. And then Luisa is a bubbly character, although I think her personality hides her insecurities. And finally Alice, she is complicated, at some parts of the book I would label her as EVIL in capital letters, especially in at the end, what she did is unforgivable in my book, but then in other parts we see a part of her that is good, is capable of feeling friendship and compassion. I can't wait to read Guardian of the Gate and I'm of to read it right now. I recommend it to anyone who likes historical fiction and paranormal.show more
by Nathiel Gold
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