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Friday, May 30, 2014

Early Review of Falling Angels from Dennis

Early Review of Falling Angels from Dennis


I enjoyed this book. If you’re into angels then this is a series that you don’t want to miss. One thing I can say is that the characters are written well. I can truly believe that Ali and her friends are teenagers. Usually when I read a story it’s the characters and then the plot that draws my attention, but with Falling Angels it’s the plot that keeps drawing me back. I love the problems and objects that come in play that help move the plot along. I love the premise behind Angelfire and the idea of how we all have the ability to go dark within us. I love how demons come to be and even Dameon. For once the bad guys are actually really bad and we see just how evil they are. I can’t wait for the next book and to see Ali grow and mature. Read this series you won’t be disappointed. 

Early Fan Letter of Falling Angels from Ali


Early Fan Letter of Falling Angels from Ali

Hi Ami
I just wanted to say that I have finally finished reading your book. I loved it, I didn't know that it was a second book in a series, but it was amazing.

Early Fan Letter of Falling Angels from Colleen


Early Fan Letter of Falling Angels from Colleen

Hello Ami,
 Thank you so much for sharing Falling Angels with me. It was a truly wonderful addition to the series. Wow, that ending... you really have me curious how things will continue. 

Monday, May 26, 2014

Review of Dumah's Demons

from J. Annas Walker's Romance and More
on Dumah's Demons

This is a short outtake from the series. It did it's job in piquing my curiosity about the series, but it doesn't stand alone. I felt like I was missing a world of information vital to the story. In a way, it was a middle with no beginning and no real ending. If you're going to read this story, be sure to start with the AngelFire Chronicles book 1.

The story focuses on Dumah and her realization she possesses dark magic. In the opening scene, we see Dumah as the victim of a brutal rape, which is not graphically described but is very present. Her brother doesn't prevent the rape, and this divides the siblings. Dumah is immediately approached by Daemon and leaves with him to uncover her powers.

I had a bit of trouble believing a teenage girl would leave with a strange man/boy after being raped the previous night. Daemon is helpful and does offer her something she's never had, a family. However she showed no real reluctance or even shock over the violation. I can say the story is well written and made me wonder what brought the siblings to where this short novella begins. It is only my reaction to Dumah's rape that made me cringe. This isn't a story I would recommend to middle grade readers, but older YA readers familiar with the series would enjoy it. I give Dumah's Demons three stars.

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