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Download Epub Format ☆ All Lost Things (Killian Kendall, #3) PDF by ò Josh Aterovis Killian Kendall S Life Is Changing Faster Than He Can Keep Up He S Graduating From High School, Breaking Up With His Boyfriend, And Starting A New Job With A Private Investigator He S Barely Settled At His New Desk When His Ex Boyfriend Calls With A Desperate Plea For Help He Wants Killian To Prove His New Boyfriend Is Innocent In The Shockingly Violent Murder Of His Abusive Father Killian Reluctantly Agrees To Take The Case, Little Knowing How Complicated And Dangerous Things Will Become Before It S Over On The Home Front, Killian S Surrogate Parents Decide To Buy A Historic Mansion And Turn It Into A Bed And Breakfast The House Comes With A Rich History And Maybe A Ghost Or Two Killian Doesn T Want To Believe In Such Things, But He S Quickly Becoming Convinced That Something Terrible Happened To The Home S original Owners The Century Old Mystery Both Terrifies And Tantalizes Killian In The End, He May Be The Only One Who Can Uncover The Truth Warning If you haven t read the previous books this review might contain spoilers.
I m amazing myself by wanting to read one book after another in the Killian Kendall Mysteries I find that once you re pulled into the life of Killian you get to meet a fascinating young man and the people surrounding him just as bit well developed With All Lost Things, Josh Aterovis has written a homerun again The flow of the separate story threads entwined in to an attention grabbing story and by the end I found myself on readers cloud nine Josh Aterovis even managed to quiet the shock regarding the ending of Reap The Whirlwind as he continues to evolve the storyline of various characters However this is once again a story revolving around Killian, told from his point of view and he has a new mystery to solve.
One of the things that made me breathe a sigh of relief was the fact Killian and Asher took some time apart They never worked for me as a couple and the doubt infested thoughts from both sides where getting repetitive The complete romance aspect was playing second violin but still contained very intriguing new possibilities which I liked far better Asher doesn t exit the stage though as a new friend of him is being accused of murdering his father From there Killian is asked to get involved and a new mystery is holding me captivated again.
Even though I m reading these books consecutively the mystery doesn t get boring I even got two mysteries for the price of one with a vicious murder and a cold case of over a century old original and surprising plots is one of the main ingredients in this series and now that Killian has become a PI apprentice he takes his interest a serious step further It also introduces Novak whom is a quiet and serious investigator opposed to Killian s exuberance and eagerness to learn This gives way for aprofessional approach to investigating the leads which kept me on edge the entire time The question remains did Caleb, Asher s new friend, did or didn t murder his father I searched for clues just as much as Killian or Novak but Aterovis managed to keep me guessing until that final moment It is one of the reasons these books become page turners for me I just have to find out who done it, what the reasons were, and this author gives a highly satisfying conclusion each and every time.
With the smaller but equally intriguing mystery of the ghost Amalie came aunt Judy and she is a character who I loved from the first time she was introduced A bit known for her nuttiness she is actually a sensitive to things not of this world and the bond she has with Killian only strengthens in this book They share experiences together and their dialogues are filled with humor The secondary cast also entails Adam and Steve who are the guardians of Killian They bring home and hearth to Killian s life, along with being wonderful gay role models The recurring characters give this series warmth, and with each novel I get to know them a little bit better, anchoring themselves in my heart.
All Lost Things is an amazing episode in Killian s life and I gobbled it all up in one take Killian still has many internal struggles to deal with and I m leaning towards the fact he has commitment issues as well Sometimes I wish he wouldn t doubt everything but at the same time it is a so very understandable because I know what he has dealt with in the past and present Killian is just the kind of character you like to see in a happy place only the author gives various hints muchis in store for this young man The thing is, over the course of three books it has seen to the fact I want to be there, for better or for worse I hope this series will go one for quite a while, with manystories to be written In, All Lost Things, I found mysteries full of twists and turns which kept me on the edge of my seat as it steamed ahead to a riveting conclusion I found engaging storylines of the familiar cast of characters which continues with struggles, tension, heartache and love for one another And an attraction between two very likeable characters that shines bright in its possibilities This story cemented the series on my keeper shelf 4.
5 starsQuote that cracked a smile If you re here to sell me vacuums, I don t need anything that sucks, she said from her front steps as we climbed out of the car If you re here to sell me encyclopedias I know everything I need to know And if you re here to sell me Jesus, we ve already met and we ve agreed to keep our distance Quote that referres to the title, which I loved I thought about it for a minute and the line Bryan had quoted, All lost things are in the angels keeping I d lost a lot, friends, family, boyfriends it was comforting to think that everything I had lost was in the angels keeping I liked it I nodded and slipped my arm through Will s as we started walking again.


All Lost Things is the third book in the Killian Kendall series and it is back to form after a disappointing second book Here the story returns to its strength with the great narrator in Killian and offers a strong, well thought out mystery to dominate the plot There is a distracting paranormal side plot that shouldn t have been included but Killian s charm combined with the unique voice and easy flow to the prose give an engaging, quick read that is highly addictive Changes occur from book to book but the author has clearly only begun to tap the possibility that this new series has to offer and I can t wait for the next offering.
Here the story begins with Killian struggling to handle the numerous changes happening in his life He s fighting with his long time boyfriend, Asher, as the two are growing apart and making separate plans for after graduation Killian can t help being interested in detecting and goes so far to get a job at a private investigator s over the summer When Asher s new love interest suddenly comes under police speculation, Asher begs Killian to help Killian agrees to look into the murder but there are a lot of distractions not to mention a cute new reporter wanting Killian s attention too.
There are a lot of elements as always in this offering but the main focus of the mystery keeps most of these aspects well integrated to the plot The actual mystery is well crafted and executed with a great ending that is foreshadowed so readers may figure it out but the various clues and detective work to get there is interesting to read The mystery revolves around a young kid from their high school who has been accused of killing his abusive father The web of lies surrounding the murder and Killian s slow uncovering of the truth is absorbing There are a few moments when readers have to suspend disbelief Several of these are coincidences that set up Killian for his job and the murder mystery but since the mystery is so interesting, a lot of these obvious setups can be forgiven Additionally the police and ex cop turned private investigator not only let Killian investigate such a brutal crime but allow him to interview key witnesses and take the lead on following clues This is slightly far fetched given Killian s age, inexperience, and simple lack of common sense sometimes However if you can ignore that fact in several places and just go with the story, the characters are engaging.
The focus on Killian is a welcome return as he has natural charm and energy that is easily translated across the page He has his moments of immaturity and ridiculousness but he slowly grows and matures across the course of the story His relationship to Asher ends, which may be sad for some readers, but this is handled very well showing how young both boys are and the casual mistakes they make I especially liked that the author didn t allow Killian to become staid and instead allowed him to grow, even in painful moments The dramatic ending is over the top but by that point, it s predictable and at least Killian showed some it not much common sense in helping the situation Killian s progression and maturation from young teenager to mature young adult is fascinating and absorbing.
There are a few missteps unfortunately The first is the few coincidences and slight unbelievable details about Killian allowed to spend so much time and energy on such an investigation, especially when the private investigator seems to waffle back and forth Sometimes he says it s too dangerous to investigate alone and other times he lets Killian run off without a second thought At the same time there is a distracting side plot about Killian s guardian Steve Adam s partner turning a haunted house into a B B This side plot is heavily paranormal and meant to focus on Killian s supernatural gifts Unfortunately the entire side plot is ill presented and relies heavily on the overbearing manipulations of a minor character that doesn t make much sense This entire plot could have been used for another book instead of tossed into this one, which didn t add to the main plot but simply took the focus away from the strength.
Overall this is another great addition to the series and the unique voice afforded Killian sets up a charming, engaging narrator The interesting mysteries seamlessly combine personal drama without one or the other overwhelming the story The series is addictive and has numerous possibilities The large cast matures with each offering showing flaws and strengths side by side offering an honest and relatable appeal You can read All Lost Things as a stand alone but really read Bleeding Hearts first so you can understand the incredible growth Killian goes through to really appreciate the change Start now so you can be ready for the new offering in the series.
All Lost Things is the third book in the Killian Kendall series and it is back to form after a disappointing second book Here the story returns to its strength with the great narrator in Killian and offers a strong, well thought out mystery to dominate the plot There is a distracting paranormal side plot that shouldn t have been included but Killian s charm combined with the unique voice and easy flow to the prose give an engaging, quick read that is highly addictive Changes occur from book to book but the author has clearly only begun to tap the possibility that this new series has to offer and I can t wait for the next offering.
Here the story begins with Killian struggling to handle the numerous changes happening in his life He s fighting with his long time boyfriend, Asher, as the two are growing apart and making separate plans for after graduation Killian can t help being interested in detecting and goes so far to get a job at a private investigator s over the summer When Asher s new love interest suddenly comes under police speculation, Asher begs Killian to help Killian agrees to look into the murder but there are a lot of distractions not to mention a cute new reporter wanting Killian s attention too.
There are a lot of elements as always in this offering but the main focus of the mystery keeps most of these aspects well integrated to the plot The actual mystery is well crafted and executed with a great ending that is foreshadowed so readers may figure it out but the various clues and detective work to get there is interesting to read The mystery revolves around a young kid from their high school who has been accused of killing his abusive father The web of lies surrounding the murder and Killian s slow uncovering of the truth is absorbing There are a few moments when readers have to suspend disbelief.
Several of these are coincidences that set up Killian for his job and the murder mystery but since the mystery is so interesting, a lot of these obvious setups can be forgiven Additionally the police and ex cop turned private investigator not only let Killian investigate such a brutal crime but allow him to interview key witnesses and take the lead on following clues This is slightly far fetched given Killian s age, inexperience, and simple lack of common sense sometimes However if you can ignore that fact in several places and just go with the story, the characters are engaging.
The focus on Killian is a welcome return as he has natural charm and energy that is easily translated across the page He has his moments of immaturity and ridiculousness but he slowly grows and matures across the course of the story His relationship to Asher ends, which may be sad for some readers, but this is handled very well showing how young both boys are and the casual mistakes they make I especially liked that the author didn t allow Killian to become staid and instead allowed him to grow, even in painful moments The dramatic ending is over the top but by that point, it s predictable and at least Killian showed some it not much common sense in helping the situation Killian s progression and maturation from young teenager to mature young adult is fascinating and absorbing.
There are a few missteps unfortunately The first is the few coincidences and slight unbelievable details about Killian allowed to spend so much time and energy on such an investigation, especially when the private investigator seems to waffle back and forth Sometimes he says it s too dangerous to investigate alone and other times he lets Killian run off without a second thought At the same time there is a distracting side plot about Killian s guardian Steve Adam s partner turning a haunted house into a B B This side plot is heavily paranormal and meant to focus on Killian s supernatural gifts Unfortunately the entire side plot is ill presented and relies heavily on the overbearing manipulations of a minor character that doesn t make much sense This entire plot could have been used for another book instead of tossed into this one, which didn t add to the main plot but simply took the focus away from the strength.
Overall this is another great addition to the series and the unique voice afforded Killian sets up a charming, engaging narrator The interesting mysteries seamlessly combine personal drama without one or the other overwhelming the story The series is addictive and has numerous possibilities The large cast matures with each offering showing flaws and strengths side by side offering an honest and relatable appeal You can read All Lost Things as a stand alone but really read Bleeding Hearts first so you can understand the incredible growth Killian goes through to really appreciate the change Start now so you can be ready for the new offering in the series.