Saturday, January 13, 2018

Review: Angel of Shadow

36612091 Angel of Shadow by D.H. Nevins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

D.H. Nevins hurtles you into a world of half-angels, demons and tormented love in this driving, dystopian sequel to Wormwood.


Half-angels, known as Nephilim, have all but destroyed the surface of the Earth. Yet for Kali Michaels, her life is now much more complicated than simply surviving. Grappling with her own powerful identity, she worries her connection to the world of Shadows could destroy those around her.
And what if she hurts Tiamat Wormwood, the Nephilim outcast who has given everything to save her? Tiamat and Kali know they have no future—not when outside forces and Kali’s own power push both the humans and the Nephilim to the brink of extinction.
As she fights to stop the inevitable, she is led to question who her real enemies are, and whether the ultimate threat may actually be herself.


*I received a copy from the author for review. This does not affect my review.*

I read the first one in this series, Wormwood, in December, and loved it, so I was excited for the chance to read this one! I never read angel/demon books, but this one grabbed my attention, and I am so glad I took a chance! While the first one caught my attention, it was this book that made me fall in love with this series! I love Kali and Tiamat's characters and seeing them struggle to survive in a dangerous world. The writing style is masterfully done, and the plot is well written. I am excited to learn there will be another book in this series!

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