Second novel in The Legend of Glory trilogy! In the postapocalyptic world following a pandemic, dark angels arrive in Glory Templeton's small hometown to claim the eternal souls of her loved ones. Targeted by evil because of her heroism during the great plague, Glory fights back with the help of gutsy young witch Kaia, inexperienced guardian angel Sasha, and her intrepid demon-fighting dog Hallelujah. Complicating everything, a rift in time reunites Glory with an old flame and forces her to pay a huge price for love. A thrilling tale of courage, faith, and fighting the good fight.
©2012 Devin O'Branagan (P)2014 Devin O'Branagan
The narrator's voice was perfect for this audiobook: the voice of a Young Adult, vibrant, full of emotions.
My favorite character? Difficult to say when there are so many to choose from! Glory is great but so is Kaia and don't forget little Belle Starr. And, yes, Micah, the fallen angel; fallen because he had seen too many children die.
The scene near the end with Jesse, Belle Starr, Micah and the Goth Girls.
I listen to audiobooks while doing the house chores and at night, to help me when I have insomnia. And, yes, I did lots of house chores then some garden chores so I didn't have to put this audiobook down. I even listened to it during my afternoon "nap"!
I bought and read the Kindle book when it was published but, still, the audiobook was like something new to me. Conspiracy for the world domination, fight of good versus evil, black magic against white magic, there was all this in "Glory", the first book of this trilogy. Now, there's also Quantum Physics and Time Travel, favorite themes of Sci-Fi fans. Some of you won't like it but for the others, you're in for a wild ride. Me, I loved it!
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