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Heaven's Forgotten Paperback – October 12, 2015
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
"Heaven's Forgotten will surely be a delight to those who seek an adventure beyond the natural realm." -bookbed.org
"If you're tired of the same old types of novels and want something different for a change, pick up this one. It's a well-thought-out story with solid writing that I can highly recommend without any reservations." - Rick Taubold, author of More Than Magick
"This is a very, very clever novel indeed, but its true genius, for me, is that it made me suspend disbelief, made me forget I was a writer, made me want to get to the end, made me love and hate the characters, and most of all, it made me a reader again." -Alastair Swinnerton, author of The Multiverse of Max Tovey
"Dark and Imaginative" - Elisha Neubauer, children's book author
About the Author
Branden Johnson is a writer living near Chicago with his wonderful wife and hyperactive chihuahua. When he's not writing, he's playing music in the post-rock band These Guys These Guys. Heaven's Forgotten is his first novel.
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Let me start off with saying that while I love fiction, fantasy, etc., I have never read anything to do with fallen angels, nephilim - really nothing in this kind of world. So while I was a little skeptic at first, I found it was very easy to accept this new world and what was going on.
The characters were all believable and likable. I saw an earlier review of someone not liking Moira because she wasn't strong, but in my opinion, I don't think she was really supposed to be. She certainly grew as a character in her own way, but not every person has to be that super strong hero that we see everywhere else. She had plenty of strong characters around her, which was an important lesson for her as well - she had to learn to trust and work with people.
Branden Johnson also did a great job with switching the narrative around from character to character. There are a lot of authors who seem to be struggling with just writing one narrative well, so to be able to do that with three characters (I think it was three?) is very impressive and applaud-able.