Jana, a powerful witch, and Tigan, a deceitful mercenary from Sabe's and Kiera's past, join forces to summon Samyaza, one of the most powerful of all fallen angels. The witch strikes a bargain with the fallen angel to possess Tigan, making him indestructible in battle. In exchange for granting this gift, Samyaza seeks a sacrifice, someone gifted with seraph abilities so he can free himself of the bonds that hold him captive in hell. It's a race to save the sacrificial offering and stop Tigan from becoming possessed. Kai and Sabe join Brightstone and Blackhill's forces to rid the world of the powerful, evil witch and Tigan. Once again, the seraph comes to the warriors' aid, yet at what cost? The final battle culminates with the transformation of Eloise from a timid queen to a feared warrior, as her husband fights for his life, and freedom from bondage once more.
©2015 Julie Nicholls (P)2015 Julie Nicholls
Excellent story progression
He's very good. It's obvious he's an actor.
I would have if I could have but work wouldn't allow.
Can't wait for the last book in the series.
The fight between Kai of Darkmide and Tigan. Also the part in Jana's cave where Eloise....well I don't want to give it away.
Kai speaking with Anael, the angel.
All of them! It's very hard to pick just one. I confess, I am a Sean Connery fan and the character Leon takes this voice. He's very talented and I could easily tell which characters were speaking.
I think I'd have to say no extreme reaction but it's a really good story and much faster than the first book. I suppose this is because there's no background to go over. We get straight into the story in this next book because we already know who is who.
I really enjoyed this audiobook. I am a recent convert and I defy anyone to say they didn't enjoy this book after checking out the official sample and reading the synopsis to make sure it's something they would enjoy. Angels and witches, magic and swords. Perfect.
"A Five Star reason to listen to an audiobook"
The incredible voice of Scott Ehredt was a huge part of Angel Within's enjoyment factor. He brought the characters and the story to life.
Despite the rich timbre and masculine lilt of Scott Ehredt's voice, he has such a vocal range that brings all the characters to life.
Very much so. If I could have listened to it in one go I would have done, but sleep intervened.
The story and the characters had you wanting to get to know them more. You travelled their entertaining and funny, yet heartbreaking journey with them. This is the reason I loved Angel Within
"Five Worthy stars for Julie Nichols Fallen Angels"
I've been more of a reader than a listener, so I've not heard many audiobooks. But I would highly endorse this as an audiobook. It is on a par with the print version.
Probably when Kai of Darkmide met Anael.
The amazing range of this mans voice brings the characters to life. You can hear the passion that he has for the book he is reading.
Absolutely! I hated having to stop for sleep, but I was straight back on it the following day.
I am a huge fan of Julie Nicholls books, especially the Fallen Angels series. And you won't be disappointed by the choice of Mr Erhardt to narrate this into an audio book.
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