Monday, June 6, 2011

Book Review: Angel Burn by L.A. Weatherly

Willow is gifted. Alex is a CIA assassin. At a young age, he was trained by his father to hunt and kill Angels. Willow is the unusual outcast, who can not only fix a car but tell the future too. The two meet when Alex's next assignment is to kill Willow, but he is surprised to find her energy is not entirely angel but human as well. Always wondering where her gift came from, Willow is blown away by the revelation that she is half-angel. Now on the run with Alex, she is the only one that can defeat the Angels, and they want her dead. Will she discover the key to destroying the Angels in time to save mankind?

I found this book interesting and different from the usual Angel fantasy books. In this story we have two characters that have had hard childhoods that have caused them to grow up faster than they should.  Alex has lost his entire family to the Angels and Willow's mother has been locked away in her own fantasy in her mind. They are drawn together by the fact that Angels do exist and they are killing mankind with an array of diseases. This makes for a fantastic read. 

My Recommendation:Teens age 14-18 who have to deal with loss, or adult responsibilities and to anyone interested in YA paranormal fiction.

Cover Review: Absolutely LOVE it!! 

My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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1 comment:

  1. I bought this book so long ago it feels but have not read it. It's just been sitting like a lot of books... I know that's bad. But your review makes me want to read this book!
    Awesome Review =)


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