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So when I heard several people who also don't normally read Christian supernatural books say they enjoyed these books, I decided I'd better give it a try. I'm so glad I did! This book just blew me away. Yes, it takes creative liberties with the angelic world, but all within the bounds of what the Bible tells us about angels and demons.
Brielle learns there is a world she cannot see, at least not until she sees with Celestial eyes. She can only see with her Terrestrial eyes, and the world that is opened up to her brings her beyond the point of her disbelief and the Maker who controls it all. What will it take to make her see the Truth? Will it take her death before she finally believes?
First, I'm going to say that book was an attention grabber. Secondly, while I feel that it was indeed written primarily for young people, the truths contained in this novel are for everyone. Thirdly, Dittemore's correlation between the Biblical Elisha and her presumably in-the-present setting was intriguing, enthralling, and breathtakingly mysterious all rolled into one. Last but not least, the ending definitely leave you hanging and wanting more, but that's just something you'll have to discover for yourself.
When evil comes after Jake, angels step in to guard, but the enemy is strong and it is hard to protect Brielle and Jake both. When their paths crossed there seemed to be something pulling them towards each other, but evil seems to be tearing them apart.
I really liked the second half of this book. For over a year now I've heard good things about this series and so I finally decided to read it. It started off kind of slow, but my interest remained piqued so I kept reading and I'm glad I did. As the story moves on it picks up steam and really got me hooked. I'm excited to see what will happen in the two books to come.
Enter Jake, the new kid in town and only person Brielle doesn't know in her class. At first, Brielle finds herself annoyed with him, but after only a couple days she finds herself confiding in him when she was unable to even talk with anyone else. The relationship quickly turns romantic, but is put to the test when Jake is forced to reveal he has supernatural healing powers bestowed upon him by his guardian, who happens to be an angel.
Before she knows it, Brielle is caught between the proverbial forces of evil an good -- fallen angels versus true angels -- and she decides to do what she can with Jake to help save the lives of innocent children.
Overall, the book seemed like a mix of Twilight and Left Behind. Dittemore actually references Twilight in one part of the book, but that is merely a jest. I did find the book entertaining and very well-written. There is not a ton of biblical reference, but there is enough to make the book interesting and thought provoking for a Christian as well as entertaining for non-believers. It has made me think twice about what goes on out there that we don't see or hear about.
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