The earthly - and cosmic - adventures of Katherine Taylor and Jay Harper come to an electrifying, action-packed conclusion in The Way of Sorrows, the final installment of Jon Steele's critically acclaimed Angelus Trilogy.
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I have anticipated this book with wonder as to how Mr. Steele would conclude this trilogy. I devoured this book. Now I am going to have to reread it again to catch the nuances I might have missed in my haste. Don't read this book first. Read The Watchers, then Angel City before this book. This trilogy is an excellent read. The author brings the players in this book to life with such realism you believe you can feel their pain, joy and happiness. I wish Mr. Steele would continue the series. I will miss reading about the adventures of Mark, Jay, and Kat.
I read all 3 of this trilogy I must admit, I struggled with this one You REALLY MUST pay deep attention; certain parts I had to re-read.I'd like to add this is the first Novel I've ever cared enough&respected the Author's gift to be able to create such an unique and inspiring story (would make an excellent movie,truly!). After reading Mr Steele's novel's, I'll find it VERY DIFFICULT to find another book that I won't be disappointed in.
the very 1st one
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