The Guardian (The Guardian #1)

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  • Hardcover
  • 550 pages
  • The Guardian (The Guardian #1)
  • Gerald N. Lund
  • English
  • 21 April 2018
  • 1609072464

About the Author: Gerald N. Lund

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The Guardian (The Guardian #1) When Carruthers Danni McAllister receives an antique pouch as a birthday gift from her grandfather, her first reaction is disappointment Don t assume that something is empty just because there s nothing there, her grandfather warns Danni learns that for nearly two hundred years, the mysterious pouch with its astonishing hidden secrets as been handed down from generation to generation, and each new owner has had to discover how to access the power it holds, or suffer the penalty of using the pouch unwisely.While Danni struggles to understand the power of the pouch, her father s discovery of a rhodium mine makes her family the target of a deadly extortionist plot, and the strange pouch is Danni s only hope of saving her family.In the spirit of The Alliance, The Freedom Factor, and Leverage Point, author Gerald N Lund blends gripping, fast paced suspense with a timeless message for readers of all ages. Free Read [ The Guardian (The Guardian #1) ] By [ Gerald N. Lund ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Guardian (The Guardian #1)

  1. Andralynn says:

    When I read that this book was in the same vein as The Alliance and The Freedom Factor, I got really excited and immediately bought the book Those are some of my very favorite books, and I was looking forward toof that style from Lund Unfortunately, what I ended up getting was kind of a mess.So there s this girl named Danni who gets a magical pouch purse thingy on her thirteenth birthday She also g...

  2. Kris Irvin says:

    This book has the auspicious title of being the first I read in 2013 So, uh That was weird I have missed Lund s books Sure, they re long winded and sometimes a little too detailed I really don t need to know specific geography of Hanksville, sir but they re good For the most part This one was SO WEIRD It s not at all what I expected Most of Lund s books are down to earth This one is so out there and random It s about a girl who has a magical bag Her family gets kidnapped and the mag This book has the auspicious title of being the first I read in 2013 So, uh That was weird I have missed Lund s books Sure, they re long winded and sometimes a little too detailed I really don t need to know specific geography of Hanksville, sir but they re good For the most part This one was SO WEIRD It s not at all what I expected Most...

  3. Eat5hams says:

    This was a decent book, and a fun easy read, but it had several problems that keep me from loving it.First of all, Lund is not a young man any, but the main characters in this book are 16 and 17 He said in the acknowledgments that he relied on his younger family members to help him getin touch with teenspeak and stuff, but in the end we have characters who switch from ranting like 5 year olds to talking like general authorities in the same paragraph I m really not exaggerating here This was a decent book, and a fun easy read, but it had several problems that keep me from loving it.Fir...

  4. Rhonda says:

    Guardian by Gerald N Lund 5 STARSThis is a great story It is full of enchantment,drama,action and humor too.The main characters are three children with two of them teenagers Danni McAllister at age 13 gets a birthday present from her grandfather that is an old purse or bag that has been passed down in thier family for over a 100 years She tries to hide her disappointment in it.Her best friend for years has been Ricky Ramirez he has to help babysit his sisters and even works with Dani s fathe Guardian by Gerald N Lund 5 STARSThis is a great story It is full of enchantment,drama,action and humor too.The main characters are three...

  5. Rebecca says:

    The book takes place in the slot canyons of Southern Utah, and even stretches to Lake Powell which must be one of the most unique lakes in the world Technically it s a YA, but it s the kind of book mothers and daughters will enjoy reading together Fathers and son...

  6. Laura says:

    I really am not sure how to categorize this bookit has the pouch which would be ranked as fantasy, the kidnapping which would be suspense, and the kids trying to figure out the how and why which would be mystery The first 50 pages or so are a little slow, but keep reading It sucks you in until ...

  7. Cheri says:

    If you are expecting this to be historical fiction like his Work the Glory or Undaunted, it isn t like that at all Think Alliance, Freedom Factor Levrage Point even One in thine Hand which are his earlier books and that is the style of this new book by Gerald Lund I couldn t put this boo...

  8. Nancy says:

    I first became aware of this book, when we attended a visitation, of a friend, who had died of cancer A copy of this book was displayed with mementos of Ken s life His wife said Ken really liked this book I looked the book up on , and it costthan I was willing to pay In December of 2013 I looked again, and the price had dropped I bought The Guardian, and the next in the series of two books I have read many of Gerald Lund s books, which were LDS historical fiction As I read thr I first became aware of this book, when we attended a...

  9. Michelle Llewellyn says:

    This is not Lund s best writing and I agree with the consensus that he s showing his age I fear the golden era of LDS fiction writing that Lund started with his groundbreaking Work and the Glory series is truly over The whole concept of an enchanted genie purse is a great story idea, one that Lund could ve gotten a lot of milage from until it got too cartoony This book read like one of therecent Chris Hemerdinger Tennis Shoes novels and not in a good ...

  10. Susan Hatch says:

    This is our bookclub read for September and I am so glad I get to be the facilitator This was a fun read Some reviews thought it was too wordy, other s that the villains weren t evil enough, some that it was slow I suppose it s all in the reader s view.For me it was just so much fun Yes, the beginning is a bit slow but when all the symbols start to click you really just want to finish.I was intrigued with the discussions of wealth very early onthen some quotes I hope stick with me Intell This is our bookclub read for September and I am so glad I get to be the facilitator This was a fun read Some reviews thought it was too wordy, other s that the villains weren t evil enough, some that it was slow I suppose it s all in the reader s view.For me it was just so much fun Yes, the beginning is a bit slow but when all the symbols start to click you really just want to finish.I was intrigued with the discussions of wealth very early onthen some quotes I hope stick with me Intelligence is the ability to make choices that determine outcome Danni s mom The difference between intelligence and stupidity is that there is a limit to intelligence Danni s grandpere.I think there s enough evil in the world that having a villain be portrayed as nothingthan stupid was just perfect for a day like today, the first day of Summer.I liked the sweet start of ...