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Shadow Chaser (Son of Angels, Jonah Stone) Paperback – May 6, 2013
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Jerel Law is a gifted communicator, pastor, and church planter with over twenty years experience working full-time in ministry. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Gordon-Conwell Seminary and began writing fiction as a way to express his faith and communicate God's love to others. Law lives in North Carolina with his family.
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SHADOW CHASER takes off right where FIRE PROPHET, book two, left off with Jonah and his siblings at Angel School in New York City. Something evil is lurking in the shadows of the convent where the Quarterlings, part humans, part angelic Nephilim, have been living, studying, and growing closer to God. And coming up next? Mid-term exams that will test the Quarterlings in their skills and faith.
But Jonah Stone has other problems: he keeps hearing strange voices in the dark of night. A shadow seems to creep about in every corner. Not to mention that his face has now been covered in zits and all the other kids in the convent want nothing to do with him. Can Jonah figure out what's happening in the dark before it overtakes them all?
This entry in the SON OF ANGELS series is not necessarily my favorite of the three so far, but it's still a good, fun read. Some readers may feel that this book is like an extended add-on to FIRE PROPHET, with a lot of the action centering around the Angel School in the convent. At times I kept wondering if things would get shaken up a bit, but they stayed pretty much on course until near the end. I won't give anything away, but something happens at the end of this book that was truly shocking. I'm very interested to see where this story goes in the final book: TRUTH RUNNER.
Although parts of the plot feel like a redux, Jonah definitely has the most character development in this book. His life begins to resemble that of an Old Testament prophet, complete with the trials and temptations that came to many of those men and women of God. Jonah's struggle with his friends feels very real to life, and he grows through the things happening to him rather than becoming vengeful.
Those who have followed Jonah thus far will enjoy SHADOW CHASER, but newcomers would do best to go back to book one, SPIRIT FIGHTER. Jerel Law remains a solid author with some very different stories to tell. Definitely worth a read.
Shadow Chaser is the third book in Son of Angel's children's book series. I picked it up on a whim because I wanted something different and have been recently on a children's book kick. They are so much more relaxing at times when you just want to kick back and enjoy something different, and easy to follow.
Shadow Chase follows Jonah Stone, a part angel that is currently attending the Angel Academy in training. With the exams just around the corner, Jonah ends up dealing with a little more then just regular school stress. His health takes a tumble when odd pimples appear on his face and arms until they turn into really painful sores. So now he is being teased by other kids as his health continues to take odd turns, unaware of who or what is behind it.
While Jonah navigates through school, his health and test of friendship - the battle between Abaddon and Elohim continues to brew.
Interesting book. I didn't realize how heavy it would lean on the Bible and the Scripture. So heavily that I actually had to Google a few things for them to make sense to me. Outside of that, the story was actually quiet a bit interesting. The Christian part did not bother me. Thought I don't read a lot of Christian books, I have found myself reaching for them a couple of times in the past out of curiosity. The Son of Angel's series, still makes for a good Children's Fantasy novel despite that. Aside for that fact that children who are thought of the ways would probably learn quiet a few lessons from the book.
I liked Jonah. He doesn't have everything figured out yet, which adds to the realism of him being a kid. I love the dynamics of the sibling relationships in this book because once again, there is a lot of realism thrown into the mix of how siblings interact. The story was did a good job holding my attention and I did enjoy the plot. There had been some things that really made me question or pause at moments thought...Like the fact of why couldn't the kids just step out of the other realm while being in danger, since it seems like they could do it at will otherwise? Why didn't the Adults have a bigger part in the book trying to prevent the danger? And thirdly...the message in the end with death, not sure how I fully liked that - but I guess my beliefs clashed a bit with this books.
Overall, a decent little adventure for the right type of taste.
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As if Jonah has not been tested enough already, in Shadow Chaser, he is really pushed...Read more