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Angel in the Storm, Book 2 (The Angel Series) by [Grace, Lisa]
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  • File Size: 324 KB
  • Print Length: 161 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 30, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005944PEE
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I just finished reading this and can't wait for book 3. If you like stories about the supernatural, you will like this series.

It's a life or death situation. Megan has to make choices and resist temptation, just like we all do. When her friends join in the battle, it puts all of their lives in danger. It's a good reminder that there are supernatural forces at war around us, whether we can see them or not. Prayer is so important.

Things you should know: 1) Read book 1. Since I had read "Angel in the Shadows" I knew what was going on, but I think you will be lost if you don't read it. It's worth it! 2) There are a number of grammatical errors that I found slightly distracting, but not enough to tear me away from the story. 3) The good guys win the war, but not every battle. 4) Be prepared to want book 3 when you're done.
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I found this book to be "preachy" and dogmatic. The story was marginal. It was slightly interesting but each and every move the kids made was beaten to death, gone over and over until it completely lost its suspense. The characters of the detectives were stereotypical. It's easy to make to "grown-ups" either insensitive and stupid or the "out-to-get-you" types, and I was hoping for more from this author. Sadly, in her story only the kids really understand the big picture - not a single enlightened adult. Perhaps a teen would appreciate this view, I guess that's possible. But it's not realistic and it's not true - and I am very disappointed in this book.
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Now this book I enjoyed. Following where the last book left off, this book dives in a war that has been battled since the beginning of time. A war for souls, salvation, and life.

Now what I loved about this book is we see the main character Megan fall more. Her faith is rattled and this times she make mistakes as all Christians make. Even I, a Christian makes mistakes everyday. I say something wrong, do something wrong, but every time I fall, I rely on God's grace to get me through those times. Megan begins to rely on God and not on herself. Many times we think we can do it all on our own and the truth is, we can't. We need help and God's grace.

The plot line of this book didn't waver in as much action as I wanted it to be but still gave a pretty good read. Megan's brother is captured, now Megan must bargain with evil to find where he is at. I like that Megan is pressed into a hard wall. The story line felt much more realistic as we deal with all kinds of uncertainties everyday. And the best part is, when Megan's faith began to fall, God shows up and did some great miracles.

I really enjoyed this book better than the first book. Megan's characters isn't as perfect (no Christian is) but she uses God's word and held on to the faith. A great Christian read that had an great ending leaving me excited for the next book.
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This I my second Lisa Grace book. I find her writing enjoyable to read. I loved the Peretti books and hers are a lot like them. But Lisa, maybe you should have someone read them who will help you find misspellings and grammatical errors. There were a lot more in this one than the Angel in the Shadow. I still really enjoyed the book. Blessings!
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The story could have been longer for my liking, but maybe I just read it so quickly as it was so gripping. This is a real page turner. The story is exciting and progresses quickly. It follows on brilliantly from the previous book. After the first book I wanted to read the second, and it did not disappoint, however after Megan's deal with the devil I question if I want to read the next book as I am not sure where it can go from here. Throughout the book it is clear that Megan's soul belongs to God, however I felt her deal with the devil was out of character for a Christian and that she lacked trust and for Christian fiction I thought it diminished the grace, power and greatness of God. I enjoyed the story, but some of the underlying messages were a bit too disrespectful for my liking. In the first book Megan showed strength of character and conviction in her beliefs and how she practice her faith whilst in this book she appears lukewarm despite having the council of an Angel all the time. The temptations she experienced should have been expanded to let the reader know how she struggled with it as her behaviour to me seemed out of character and weak, not the same girl we met in the first book, I also thought that her relationship with Seth in this book comes across as superficial, lacking any depth or any of the intensity you would expect from most teenage relationships. I don't know about the next book, but as a story I enjoyed this one.
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I generally avoid Christian fiction like the plague. It tends to be sappy, too good to be true, bad writing with worse editing. There are exceptions, to be sure. Frank Peretti and Tampa area writer Angela Hunt come to mind. Recently I have added another Tampa writer to the Christian fiction `A'-list. Her name is Lisa Grace and what caught my attention is her recently released, Angel in the Storm, book two of a three part series.
In Angel in the Storm, as with her first book, Angel in the Shadows, Grace sets out to apply her craft to the daunting task of writing a Christian Young Adult (Y/A) series that would give the Y/A audience an alternative to the popular vampire craze. "The difference between Vampires and Angels," according to Grace, "is that Angels are real."

Angel in the Storm is not like anything I have come to expect from Christian fiction. Well written and well edited, Grace picks up where Shadows left off and delivers the second punch of a one-two-three rapid fire sequence that is as spellbinding and captivating as it is fast paced and moving.
We are reintroduced to Megan, a high school teen who can see angels, and, because they are also angels, demons as well. Because of her gift, Megan is targeted by the evil fallen angel/demon, Judas. Yeah, it's an obvious allusion to Judas Iscariot, but it can be forgiven.

In Storm, Judas has caused Megan's little brother Max to be kidnapped and sold to a pedophile ring that transports the boy out of state to New Orleans during a fast approaching hurricane. The storm which while very real, serves as a metaphor for the physical and spiritual turmoil in Megan's life, and the very real battle for Max's soul taking place in the spiritual world.
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