Reviews for ‘A Vengeance of Angels’

(Four Stars)Fun, fast-paced sequel to A Construct of Angels

on February 7, 2015
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
This sequel to A Construct of Angels picks up right where the first book leaves off — and I mention this because we’re talking RIGHT where the first book leaves off, as in about five minutes later. This makes it feel like you’re basically reading a continuation of the first book, which I very much enjoyed — it’s like I never left Michael and Sara’s world, and boy is it good to be back!

Where the first book follows Sara the hapless paramedic on a quest to save humanity from angels and demons and blinking black stars, this book deals with Michael and the aftermath. You’ve got a crazy Anakim (evil guy) hellbent on kidnapping a four-year-old girl, and poor Michael’s doing everything in his power to keep her safe. If only he actually still had angel powers … and if only the aforementioned little girl wasn’t teetering on the verge of being evil herself.

I like the fast pace of this book, and the questions it raises about whether or not someone can be saved if they’re already tainted. I like to think they can be, and so does Michael — which works out well 🙂 I did find that the plot dragged in a few places — sometimes it kind of felt like Michael was just travelling from location to location to get his a** handed to him by Damocles over and over. I found it picked up a lot more once Sara arrived, and then we got some of those fun romantic interactions that kept me hooked in the first book.

All in all, a fun read, although I’d definitely say read A Construct of Angels first or you’ll have no idea what’s happening. Can’t wait for the last book in the trilogy!

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