- 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
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #511,958 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Angel in the Storm, Book 2 (The Angel Series) Kindle Edition
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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.
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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was really amazing!!! To be honest, I'm not much of a reader, but this book captivated me. I spent hours reading it, and I will definitely be reading the sequel!!! 😃Published 4 months ago by Branda Rose Lee
This is a WONDERFUL series for teens!! However I am a grandmother of teens and loved the books as well!! Getting ready to start on #3.Published 13 months ago by Atlanta MiMi
Lisa ramps up the adventure in book 2. Her books make you ponder about God's involvement in our lives.Published 17 months ago by Kathy Rae
This book is captivating and shows that we do not just wrestle with flesh and blood, but with the spiritual realm.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
I Love The Way Lisa Grace Has Write This Book. She Has Made It To Keep You Wanting To KnowIJust What It Going To Happen Next While Letting Everyone Experience How Satin Can Work In... Read morePublished on March 25, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I noticed the Angel Series are suppose to be geared for younger readers, well....though young at heart I am over 50 and I am starting on Book 3 and can't wait to get started. Read morePublished on January 14, 2014 by NanaPam96
I read the first book add and was not ready for story to end so had to get the second. I am happy to say that it did not dissappoint me.Published on January 14, 2014 by Pamela Bonner
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