As half-angel Willow battles her parasitic otherworldly kin, romance and tension heat up to a climactic series finale. In the devastated remains of the world, millions now live in Edens provided by the angels that have all but enslaved the human race. As mastermind Raziel's stranglehold on humanity tightens, Willow, Alex, and the rest of the team race to recruit new Angel Killers and form a line of defense. But then a shattering revelation sends Alex on a doomed journey, leaving Willow and Seb hanging in the balance. All three must face the consequences of their choices - and when everything Willow loves is threatened, she returns to her roots for a final showdown with the angels. Worlds collide with epic intensity in a startling conclusion to L. A. Weatherly's inventive trilogy.
©2013 L. A. Weatherly, original book published by Candlewick Press (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
The story is Ok and while mostly predictable, does have a few surprises. My main complaint is that the author uses "clenched" so often that it got so I ground my teeth every time I heard it again! Her heart clenched, her stomach clenched, his jaw clenched .... good grief!
The childish relationship in this story takes up too much space in the book with chapter after chapter of teenage angst. The story which was a good one was lost in all the pediatric emotions and immature/self absorbed/selfish reactions of Willow. I just couldn't finish the book even though I generally feel compelled to finish a book to analyze the authors thought processes even in mediocre books. To the Author: Please try to take the Immature relationships out. Let the characters grow up first before you put them on paper.
Wonderfully pleasant and sweet with purity for preteens. Proves that money and items are jot everything.
I have read thousands of books. Read. I was so against audio books and audible. This changed my mind. Angel Fever is a recent purchase, and because of the experience with audible I jumped in and bout two books today! The narration was so fluid, the performer put her heart into the story and it came out as if I was watching a movie. The narrator was so gifted! Besides that, the book was amazing. So, in short, yes i would!
The end, the epilogue. I loved its ending. I loved the happy ending that the author didn't make easy to get to. So many pitfalls for the characters, it felt realistic, even though its science fiction.
Great Story! Omg, a must read. The prose, the character development, the narration. All beautiful and seemless. Praise to la weatherly on this series.
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