The Lost Soul: A 666 Park Avenue Novel by Gabriella PierceThe Lost Soul: A 666 Park Avenue Novel by Gabriella Pierce

The Lost Soul: A 666 Park Avenue Novel

byGabriella Pierce

Paperback | February 19, 2013

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Jane Boyle has long since known that her mother-in-law is evil, but she'd never imagined Lynne Doran was actually the embodiment of a powerful, ancient body-snatching demon. Now that Jane has uncovered 666 Park Avenue's dark truth, she must race against the clock to find a way to destroy Lynne before she finds her next unwilling host. As Jane attempts to tap into powers stronger than her enemy's, her estranged husband, Malcolm, arrives in time to join the fight . . . but can she possibly learn to trust him again—before it's too late?

Gabriella Pierce is an American living in Paris with her two dogs.
Title:The Lost Soul: A 666 Park Avenue NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.58 inPublished:February 19, 2013Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061435007

ISBN - 13:9780061435003


Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Lost Soul Better than the first two, but still not great.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Book Review from The Bibliotaphe Closet: The Lost Soul by Gabriella Pierce The Lost Soul by Gabriella Pierce is the last book of the 666 Park Avenue series, which features the dilemma of trying to defeat an ancient evil. The characters come together in this last installment to battle a witch of consuming power and vicious nature. Jane Boyle is joined by her old friends, Dee, Harris, and his sister Maeve; old rivals, Andre and his protective sister Katrin; and her old love, Malcolm; as well as new figures with magical heritage, the Montagues: Emer, Charlotte, Leah, and the adept Penelope Lotuma. Together they cast a new coven of magical families that must unite in order to challenge the death and destruction planned to obliterate what is left of the witch ancestry. The introduction of new characters add more entertainment value to the story, giving it a little more dimension, while the depth of Harris’ character is revealed through his hardened grief. And the pacing of the novel is indicative of the 666 Park Avenue series: quick and suspenseful filled with planning, plotting, and lurking danger, though in this book, the tension wasn’t as high as its previous counterparts. The plot, too, wasn’t as intricate as its previous novels, perhaps because resolution is its primary goal as the last book in the series. That said, the story still included enough witchcraft to tantalize paranormal fans without the gruesome details of darker novels. “At heart,” this novel is a love story and one which professes the classic battle between good and evil. To read the rest of my review, you're more than welcome to visit my blog, The Bibliotaphe Closet: Zara @ The Bibliotaphe Closet @ZaraAlexis on Twitter
Date published: 2013-02-08