Repossessed by A. M. Jenkins

Summary

Don’t call me a deamon. I prefer the term Fallen Angel.

Everybody deserves a vacation, right? Especially if you have a pointless job like tormenting the damned. So who could blame me for blowing off my duties and taking a small, unauthorized break? Besides, I’ve always wnted to see what physical existence is like. That’s why I “borrowed” the slightly used body of a slacker teen. Believe me, he wasn’t going to be using it anymore anyway. I have never understood why humans do the things they do. Like sin – if it’s so terrible, why do they keep doing it?

I’m going to have a lot of fun finding out.

-From Inside Flap

Review

This is the next book for my book club and I really don’t think I would have picked it out if it had not been the next book. But I have to say, it was extremely entertaining and a very good read. The cover was cute and child-like which defiantly peaked my interest. Then there was the summary of the book and that made me want to give this book a try even more. It was quirky.

This book was about this, this, well I don’t know exactly what he was…A Fallen Angel I guess I’ll call him. He was bored in Hell and decided to experience life and so he repossessed this body. Notice that it is repossessed and not posses because the boy who’s body he took, was about to die. Then it followed him and how he wanted to try sinning but at the same time he actually dealt with a few issues like became closer with the boys brother, talking to a girl, telling the school bully a few things, and setting a few other issues straight. He was only in the body for about 4 days but in those 4 days he accomplished quite a few things.

The book was quite short, only about 224 pages, and it kept the reader really entertained. It had humor, and most of all it had some life lessons. I am not going to state what the lessons are but this book did have an underlying message in it.

I would have to say that it was for older teens though as there was some sexual talk, so I would recommend this book for 15 year olds, definitely no one younger than that.

I hope that you enjoy the book and tell me what you thought of it. Hope to hear from you.

Happy Reading!