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- Print Length: 235 pages
- Publication Date: November 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075Q515Y5
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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- #3341 in Christian Fantasy (Books)
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- #3062 in Religious Science Fiction & Fantasy (Kindle Store)
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Spirit’s Bane is the first book in the Guardian Angels Files series. It is very well written, filled with action, a strong friendship, a developing romance, and the understanding of self-sacrifice. I would recommend this book to anyone who reads young adult fantasy.
Final Rating: 5 Stars
I received a free copy for an honest review.
I especially enjoyed any and all Biblical references and quotes.
I would recommend this author, her writing is clear, interesting, and enjoyable.
I am looking forward to more in the series.
I had no expectations coming to this book, except perhaps that I doubted it could measure up to the previously mentioned books. But those are some of the best in their genre, and it turns out it didn't matter. This book asked a different question from a different perspective. I had never before considered that the angels might also be asking "the glorious king" (I love their name for God so much!) why he allows evil. It's a tremendous theological dilemma that we don't even consider because we are so selfishly focused on why evil happens to us, to our kind, to our world. But angels were created first. And they were created similarly to us. And at least some of those that chose to continue following God have the task of helping us to do so as well. So while many people continue to be deceived or lost in service to the evil one, the angels must continue to do battle. And sometimes that battle must seem futile while they know, even more clearly than we do, that the glorious king has the power to immediately put thing to right and end the reign of the imposter Satan. So why doesn't he?
The story itself was interesting, fairly predictable, interesting ideas about the nature of angels, although Gilbert introduced that at the beginning, asking us to read with an open mind. Thankfully, there were no weird angel-human romantic relationships (that irks me on a theological level). I am looking forward to seeing how the story continues and what questions will be brought up in the sequel.
The narrator, Reuben Corbett, did an outstanding job.
I received a free copy of the audiobook from the author and have reviewed it willingly.