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Angelbound (Angelbound Origins Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 525 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||Page Flip: Enabled|
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When angels and demons notice her unbeatable strength, strange things start to unravel. She discovers secrets about her past and learns about her true destiny.
I enjoyed this more than Christina Bauer's Beholder series. I loved background between demons and angels. The characters were also easy to get attached to. The romance was light and safe for young adults. I can't wait to move on to the next book in the series.
The last comment is more about the audible portion of the book. The first-person nature of the writing and the way it was read for the audiobook make it difficult to know what is said and what was thought. Most places it didn't matter, but in a few places it was just annoying to wonder whether it was spoken or thought.
Oh, and don't start reading it at 9 pm on a Thursday night when you have work or school the next day, they frown on you sleeping and needing to read a good book has not yet worked as an excuse.
Cameron S Wright