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Azrael's a wingless angel, and if that wasn't bad enough, she's the only one with a functioning conscience. Her bi-color eyes mark her as a moral hybrid, and when she breaks her enslavement to Manor Saffron by making a deal with a demon, she doesn't expect to become Queen. She'll have to survive her new royal magic, convince a legion of angels she's worth fighting for, and find the breach in her Faustian deal, or risk a new master with horns.

©2016 A.J. Flowers (P)2017 A.J. Flowers

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So interesting!

Love the concept of the story. Would have liked more world building. I got a bit confused on a couple points. Overall a fun quick read.

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  • Tssully
  • Dearborn Heights, Michigan
  • 08-02-17

Great storyline

A.J. Flowers has written a very interesting and fast paved novel with a different storyline than the average angel and demon book. Enough so that listened to it twice. She is also talented enough to be able to do her own narration. Fallen to Grace is the first book in my new favorite series!

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Unique take on angels

An interesting and unusual audiobook that has a really unique take on angels and demons. With winged and wingless angles, hybrids, demons and an uncaring Celestia, this story will enthral. Azrael is a great character and you cannot help but like and feel for her as she suffers. She is not perfect but she works to overcome her flaws. This story illustrates well that good and bad co-exist and it often takes seeing and understanding the bad in order to be able to know what good needs to be done. The narrator had an angelic type voice that fit the story well but I did find her intonation a little flat and it took some of the tension and excitement from the action scenes. Overall it is a unique story and I will look forward to the next instalment.

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