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  • Well, that was unexpected!

    Heaven is supposed to be this awesomely awesome place. Dora finds out the hard way that it is not. In fact, it’s a bit worse than Hell. Out of the first 3 books, this is probably my favorite. All of the characters are very relatable and very imperfectly human. We all have that one friend that is annoying and will mouth off and the most inopportune time. In the end though, they always pull through and save your butt. This of course would be Pooey. The dynamic between him and Lucian always makes for an amusing time. They fight like an old married couple. Dora and Kieron are still working out their feelings for each other (well, Dora at least). She is a pretty typical teenager in the fact that she is kinda crazy in the whole love department. It is still a fun and light ride with a bit more of a serious philosophical undertone (if one cares to look for it). So we started off in the Inferno (Hell), went to Purgatorio (well ok, maybe not real Purgatory but Earth is kinda like that for some people) and ended up in Paradiso (Heaven). Sound familiar? This was a comedy and it is divine (get it?)! Joking aside, my favorite thing about this book was that it brought up quite a few philosophical religious points. Again, this wasn’t done in an offensive, demeaning or even in your face way. It was presented in a way where you go, hmmmmm….that IS interesting. I am picking up what you’re putting down there. Divine Dora was one of the few books in which I actually highlighted quotes. I am always a sucker for literature that makes me think in new ways. I was not expecting that from this particular book.

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  • Twist of fate

    Interesting, funny and whitty all around the fact that we have free will. With free will comes choices; choices with either consequences or outcomes. Either way the path you lead is the path you end up on. I look forward to the next installment in this witty saga.

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