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Originally The Lost years was a separate book To make the series a better deal for readers The Lost Years was made into part one of The Guardians Crown and the two were placed in one bookThis is a clean book and appropriate for ages 12 and upGabe's world was forever altered by the people he came to know and love at Rampart Manor Although it wasn't only his life that was changed when he made the choice to leave them all behindDuring his five year absence they each had a battle with personal demons Dina is faced with a moral dilemma the path of good leading to certain heartbreak or evil and a possibility of happinessUri meets a mysterious woman who seems to have a lot of the answers that he has been searching for and she certainly has a place in his heart if he can only hold onto herSophie is faced with choices she never knew would be so difficult The uestion now is will the personal demons of the remaining Guardians of Rampart be too much for them to overcome?


10 thoughts on “The Guardians Crown Part One The Sacred Guardians #4

  1. says:

    I WAS GIVEN THESE BOOKS BY THE PUBLISHER IN RETURN FOR AN HONEST REVIEW Book – The Lost Years The Guardians Book 4Author – Wendy OwensStar rating ★★★★★ Would I read it again – Yes definitelyPlot – well explored well put together very easy to followCharacters – exciting funny intriguing great characterizationMovie Potential ★★★★★ Ease of reading – Very easyAs always this was another great installment of the series I can't wait for the last book to see how it all comes together I've actually been highlighting my favourite uotes from the books as I read them but with this one there are so many WOW spoiler moments that marking them as uotes would be unfair to people who haven't read it yet I want them to discover and be shocked by those moments as I wasFirst off I have one big niggle with this book And it's possibly considered a spoiler so you'll have to close your eyes NOW if you don't want to read itSpoilerIn this book we're shown how Dina gets the Oracle Calysta out of her prison cell in Rampart And then as in Book 3 we're shown the conversation with Uri and Gabe after they meet after 5 years Uri tells Gabe that when Rampart was taken the Oracle was taken prisoner and gave information to the enemy during her captivity The problem is that Dina's rescue of Calysta and Michael's reaffirmation that she arrived safely back with the Clerics means that that couldn't possibly have happened So colour me confusedSpoilerOnto the good stuff – the rest of the book I absolutely loved Dina's part in the story The whole thing with Raimie had me bawling my eyes out literally But I have to say I saw the whole 'conseuences' thing coming But that doesn't lower the genius of the entire thing I'm actually hoping to see Madame Laveau again And I have to say that after books 3 and 4 I'm firmly in agreement with Calysta; Oracles might not play fair in the way they have to work but they don't deserve to be prisonersIt was also uite nice to get a glimpse into the cleaner side of Gabe's life in the Underworld Every time Sophie tracked him down I was afraid it was going to be one of those awkward moments where he was 'with' someone I still don't like Sophie any than I did before I love Dina and Haim and Uri even and Michael too It was really important to the overall understanding of them as characters to get to see these moments and I'm so glad we did I also really enjoyed the little bit at the end about Gabe and Rachel I knew it from Book 3's visit to Mirada but it was nice to have that little bit of frivolous joy and romance at the end to finish it off and remind us of their next uestFingers crossed that Uri gets reacuainted with Seraphine in Book 5 And I also really want to know what Raimie had to do with the Guardian's Crown I have a feeling it's going to be interesting as always And probably another tear jerker But seriously I hope they find the Guardian's Crown because if Gabe has to die to fulfill the prophecy there will not be enough tissues int his world to cover the amount of crying I will be doing I haven't felt this emotional about a male lead character since Ethan in the Caster Chronicles And Gabe is so much important to me than he was He cannot die


  2. says:

    Okay we are definitely backtrackingThis book starts with the misunderstood kiss that sent Gabe packing from Rampart We follow Uri as it unfolds Dina goes to see the Oracle before Gabe even leaves and things are foretold She learns some things about the council she's skeptical to believe When the Gabe thing happens as foretold she's shocked but glad she listened to Calypsa That tracking charm was how Uri was able to find himThat morning after Dina's sleepless night Uri and Haim come to ask if she knows where Gabe is she's reluctant but shares the info like he wanted her to When they go outside it's chaos Baal's army is attacking It's gritty and bloody and scary at the sane time The battle is definitely well written and kept me on the edge of my seat I am really looking forward to seeing about Michael and his Oracle and about what happens with Calypsa as wellRaimie now this part was rough I have never well hardly ever had a somber feeling when reading but I had it just thenThe fallen heroes broke my heart I really got immersed in Uri's battlesI couldn't believe what Dina was doing but love makes you do crazy things And let me just say Poor NeruYeah so a lot of things happen pretty rapidly and I found myself speed readingLet me just take a moment to say I know how Dina's hair turned white and I cannot say I saw that coming with Raime Seraphine is an intriguing character and I see now why this backtracking was so importantI think I know the weapons she protectsHer abrupt departure leaves Uri in sadness but her letter is somethingThe things Dina must do to right the wrongs are gut wrenching I am glad that we ended on a different leg of the journey I am so unbelievably in love with The Guardians series now I hurt from the pain and loss in this book the decisions and mistakes it was indeed an EPIC read for me Thanks WendyI was shocked than once in this book My jaw dropped on multiple occasions I was floored emotionally and spent by the time I was doneSo much packed into the 141 page ePub I readI won't be forgetting about Rampart and The Guardians any time soon this series will stay with me for a while of that I'm certain I am glad it came full circle and we got to end it with Gabe and Rachel ready to find the Guardians CrownI am really glad I have book 5


  3. says:

    The Lost Years by Wendy OwensThe Guardians Series Book 4 It is advisable to read this series in orderOn the night Gabe witnessed Sophie his love the girl he risked his life to save and his best friend Uri passionately kissing his world came crashing down and he left Rampart Manor He felt he’d been betrayed by his best friend ad he didn’t want to stay and watch love develop between Uri and Sophie when Sophie didn’t even remember who Gabe was He also felt Michael was not the father figure he’d first thought him to be and he just wanted outHis friends were left behind to deal with an invasion and ever escalating warfare Gabe in his own little world knew nothing of what was happening with his friends He needed time to think to heal and to become This novel tells what happens during the five years Gabe traveled trying to find his peace and his place in the world It tells of Dina visiting the Oracle the night he fled and knowing what his needs would be as well as so very much It tells readers about the lives of the characters central to the series for five very important yearsThis novel of all the preceding novels really showcases the author’s talents Wendy Owens brings the characters full circle here in preparation for the upcoming “grand finale” and all that it holds This book is packed with emotions Readers will realize just how attached they’ve become to these many characters It is at this point that readers realize how much they’ve come to think of these characters as living breathing entities The pain experienced by one becomes the reader’s pain When one character acts foolishly the reader may feel compelled to ask the character what she is thinking and so forth Owens’ talent is extraordinary in this capacity Her character development is unmatched So much is packed into what seems to be so few pages when one is reading it The author has the amazing talent of creating a story that keeps reader enthralled from beginning to end This ARC was received from the author in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own


  4. says:

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest reviewWe’re four books into a series now so while as always I’m going to give as spoiler free of a review of this current book all bets are off for anything from the previous ones So if you’re not caught up Go away Turn back Save yourself before it’s too late In all honesty I don’t know if I will spill anything but this way I’m coveredSomehow this is the shortest book in the series by almost half and it took me longer than any of them to read I think I was just savoring it because it was a treasure trove of information about the entire rest of the seriesFrom the excerpt I expected for Uri and Sophie to also have a big chunk of the story focused on them but The Lost Years is primarily Dina’s and Raimie too story Never fear though What we don’t get in uantity we get in uality as some doozies get tossed out for us in regards to Sophie and UriWhat’s with Seraphina?? Poor Haim reminds me of Ving Rhames always the muscle in the background but never getting the spotlight Dina gets the bulk of this book though with a heartbreaking tale of all the wrong decisions for all the right reasons “I’m hungry” he moaned “I know baby I know” We also get some peeks of the sketchy workings of the Council and I can’t help but wonder how much of a hand they had in what happened at Rampart We’re treated to a wonderful look at the human side of Michael If only he and Gabe shared something like this back in book one I think one of the year 1 classes should be ethics though because there are a lot of liar liars with their pants on fire up in The Guardians See if you can spot the ginormous whopper No not that one The other one The best thing about this book is that it put the final pieces into a lot of puzzles from the previous three books that really help put things into perspective We get to catch up with everyone and how they got to where they are from book three before we take off into book five


  5. says:

    The book takes place the night Gabe leaves and follows those he left behind Following their lives we find out what happened when he was gone There are new and interesting characters Dina goes through trauma and life changing events Sophie and Uri seem to butt heads a bit in this book and Rampart is no In my opinion action love and sadness are in this book than the othersI'd definitely recommend it to those that have read the other books in this seriesI must also add that I love the cover so very very much


  6. says:

    I'm loving this series and although this adds information and events critical to the story I wish this particular addition had to it It feels like a lit of these events should've been added into the other books rather than being there own book That said it is a much needed fill in on what happened in the five year gap the other books experience and has a lot if great deeply emotional content I'm now eagerly awaiting book 5


  7. says:

    What I loved most about Wendy's Guardian series was the biblical knowledge in the storylines and I also loved how she described the emotions of the characters They were very well developedWendy did an EXCELLENT job describing the settings developing the characters researching the history of Christianity and angels and her grammar was good I related with Gabe emotionally in a lot of ways Keep up the good work


  8. says:

    Heart wrenchingthe Guardians Crown is an emotional rollercoaster ride which offers a beautiful ending to this amazing series even though good ultimately prevails there were some significant and devastating losses I found the first book as a free book and was compelled to read the entire series I highly recommend this series


  9. says:

    FantasticI cried so much in this book it a very sad book But it's also amazing and I should not miss a beat I was very shocked what happened especially since it had a happy ending


  10. says:

    great series loved all the books