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Ange'el by [Le Fay, Jamie]
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"Packed with invigorating ideas and prose, Le Fay's novel is a nuanced exploration of feminism and its potential--for good or ill. A finely grained achievement that challenges the status quo on all fronts." - Kirkus Reviews

"Le Fay's incredible writing skill you witness a place and life so surreal, unlike any other."
"Ahe'ey, and the lifestyle of its people, is as advanced as it is backward and with social dynamics so beautiful yet so rigid."
 "Le Fay brought out the contradiction in the four communities that make up Ahe'ey so well that I could vividly picture the difference between the four tribes."
"The characters in the book each bring something special to the story, making it a captivating page-turner."  - 5 Stars by Readers' Favorite

"If it's cross-genre reading you seek, with vivid protagonists and unexpected involvements, then Ange'el is the item of choice, recommended for its fast-paced action, super-charged fantasy, and memorable protagonists." - D. Donovan, eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Reviews

About the Author

Jamie Le Fay is the author of Ange’el, her debut novel. She was born in Europe and spent her early adult years traveling around the world working in information technology before she left the corporate world to focus on her passion: empowering women and girls. Jamie lives in London, UK where she is involved in a variety of initiatives that hope to contribute to the safety, wellbeing and education of girls globally. Jamie is an accomplished writer and speaker that focuses mainly on topics related to girlhood, feminism, gender equality, and the misrepresentation of minorities in media and marketing.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3435 KB
  • Print Length: 323 pages
  • Publisher: Jamie Le Fay (May 9, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 9, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K8N8N6M
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #896,711 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Futuristic technologies, fantasy, mythology, a fair share of romance, and a heartfelt writing style make the reading experience terrific for romantic, geek dreamers like me.This book is epic, I was in tears at the end, sooooo moving. Sky is such a badass, I want to be her, or Quinn… or Scout… so many strong, mighty women and girls to choose from.

PS. Can we please have Tom Hiddleston play Gabriel and Sathian in the movie version and have Chris Hemsworth as Bastian?
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All I can say is Wow! I really loved this book! If you like fantasy fiction, then this should be next on your reading list! Jamie Le Fay is such a creative writer who has a real gift of not only making the story line mysterious, thrilling, and exciting, but she also makes her characters fully come to life. I really got into the book and had a hard time putting down the few times that I did. I never like to give plots away as I would hate to ruin a great story for someone else, but trust me, you will not be sorry for choosing this one! I give it a full 5 stars for originality, storyline, and characters! Two thumbs all the way up!
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The moment I started reading the book I found it hard to put it down. It's a truly beautiful love story. Morgan and Gabriel’s connection is so intense. The author spends time detailing the world of the Ahe’ey and making it look like a real place. It's like destiny for Morgan and Gabriel’s to meet up. Their relationship happens quickly but as it blossoms, you can feel that they truly belong together. All characters have depth there are a broad spectrum of feelings and emotions from vulnerability to strength and rage. This is a highly recommended book. It will make you feel uplifted and fall in love again.
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A dystopian society with a stratified class system based on race, where access to power depends on gender and state controls the women’s wombs. It sounds all too familiar, but of course it is just fiction or is it? I found it fascinating how Jamie was able to address so many relevant issues in such an engaging and accessible novel. Big battles, fairy tales and classic romantic narratives bring color, emotion and engagement to an essay that dissects how our belief systems about our race and gender shape our destiny. I was very pleased to see both men and women portrayed compassionately, and was really delighted to see the reversal of power-gender dynamics at Ahe’ey where men are denied access to power. The battle scenes are very well executed and yet violence is never romanticized or trivialized
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The romantic + feminist + tree hugger in me loved this book. I wish there were more books out there that were as responsible about the messages that they are propagating. The love stories are beautiful and stimulating, the characters are complex, full of depth, and diverse, and the messages are very empowering. As a rape survivor, I screamed in joy at the way Morgan and Sky dealt with the attack in the forest, the dialogue between them and with the attacker gets a high score for teaching girls and woman to stand against harassment and at the same time sends a clear message against victim blaming
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This book and I just spent a lovely weekend together. I have thoroughly enjoyed it, it has strength and heart. It offers an excellent narrative, one that is controlled and focused. The characters of Ange'el are beautifully drawn and heartbreakingly realistic, Gabriel's journey take us to moments of great inevitability and hopelessness. The bitter sweet interactions between him and everyone else are very touching and vivid.
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I bought this book so my daughter and i could read it together, I saw a post on TowardTheStars about it so I knew it was full of girl power. It was really great to read it together and to discuss race, and gender while totally immersed in romance, fantasy and adventure. We read the whole book over the long weekend.
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By Terry W. on May 20, 2014
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I was completely hooked from the first chapter, and was barely able to put this book down for a second. The narrative is incredibly compelling and the pace is very fast. It is very dramatic and grand but also intimate and personal. The interactions between conflicting characters can be very intense, gripping, and sometimes devastating. The story takes you through a roller coaster of emotions as it is impossible not to feel empathy for Gabriel, Morgan, Sky and Bastian. The characters are very well defined and their backstories emerge throughout the book as the author peels layer after layer of each character until she finally unveils what makes them tick, their hopes and their fears.

The life-or-death scenes, the romantic plot and the politics, history and architecture of Ahe’ey kept my nose glued to the pages of this book. If this was merely a good read, I would have given it 4 stars, but this book changed me, it taught me a lot about agency, self-love and romantic love. I needed this book in my life.

The plot includes battle scenes, physical romance and mentions rape but I would share this book with any girl or boy 14 or older as the messages are extremely important, educational and empowering. The physical interactions are described very tastefully without any specific details and the violence is not frivolous. My 14 year old daughter is now reading it and she loves it too.

The story is basically about Morgan, a girls’ rights activist that finds herself in Ahe’ey, a civilization in decline that could be compared with the mythical ancient Aryan race with superior genetic attributes that was revered by the Nazis. The Ahe’ey are the survivors of a natural catastrophe that sank their land into the sea (like Atlantis, or even Atlantis).
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