- Series: An Angel Eyes Novel (Book 1)
- Paperback: 336 pages
- Publisher: Thomas Nelson (May 28, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1401686354
- ISBN-13: 978-1401686352
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 192 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #634,776 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Dittemore's strong good vs. evil plot is a winner. Her hero and heroine are engaging characters, with supernatural gifts, who will leave readers waiting on tenterhooks as they battle against demons working to deceive and impose darkness on the innocent. --Romantic Times, 4 stars
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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.
Now, even though it is about God, Angels, and Demons and one girls belief about what is real after having two people in her life taken away from her far too soon I really enjoyed it and I give it a surprising 5 stars, It was not at all “preachy,” It was written amazingly well, there were very few parts that were boring or dragged on and on. Shannon describes things so vividly that you can really imagine being in Brielle’s world. One thing that at times got me confused was the many names Brielle goes by. Her birth name is Gabrielle, some people call her that, some call her Gabby, some call her Elle and some call her Brielle. I understand having nicknames and she does explain the Gabby and Brielle names but it was at times hard to keep up with but that would be the only flaw in this amazing book. It has a bit of romance in it but being a young adult book, it doesn’t really go pass kissing so pretty much anyone could read this. Young or old. I know that most of my blog readers know I do love the adult romance books this was a breath of fresh air to read a good, wholesome novel for once again.
I hope the christian stuff doesn’t scare anyone away, please take the time to read this and I am sure you will love it as much as I did!
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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.
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.