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"What a beautiful story! I love Julia so much! How strong and determined she is and how in the end she mastered it all. Truly an amazing end!" Barbara H., Beta Reader
"I think this was an amazing way to end the trilogy.... Just perfect." Crystal E., Beta Reader
From the Author
I can't believe Julia's story is finished! I am overcome with the feedback I've received so far on When Fire Rains Down. I'd so hoped you'd all be happy with how her story played out--and so far you all seem to be.
Thanks so much for going on her adventure with me. Stay tuned because I plan to introduce you to more characters and to take you on more adventures in the near future!
Will Julia turn from her materialistic, anti-social ways in time to prove to her loved ones she cares... maybe even enough to save them and their beloved small town of Shady Creek from the snares of the devil?
Much love, Cecelia
- Publication date : July 27, 2018
- File size : 1159 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 274 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07FGDD42G
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #418,257 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It's more than a choice between Cole and Nicolas, whether or not she can trust her father or Mila, even more than the choice between good and evil.
Julia finally accepts everyone must have free will and that allows her to exercise her own.
Angel/demon stories can be confounding since they bring into prominence things we imagine abstractly--gossamer and harps and pitchforks and horns all far away from us. The Kingdom Come series brings them into our midst, with their own agendas, mixed emotions and consequences of their actions.
Beautiful descriptions of Earth, Heaven and other realms offer brief respite to the mounting tension as Julia and the warrior angels prepare for a fateful raid on Hell. Her nemesis threatens her, challenges her, and educates her until she can put away all of her annoying traits and be what she's meant, what she chooses, to be.
I commend the author for her strong belief and sense of free will that allowed for the dramatic and touching conclusion to this series.
Genre: Paranormal Fantasy
Recommended Age: 15+ (violence, death, angels/demons)
Synopsis: Hell is nothing like Julia imagined and beyond everything she feared.
The little town of Shady Creek is under attack by Lucifer and his demons. To save the people she loves, human-angel Hybrid Julia must rescue their kidnapped Guardian Angels, even when it means defying her father.
Trouble is, he knows only too much about Hell's perils. When a demon sucks Julia into a cosmic vacuum, the experience leaves an indelible blight she dares not mention for fear of losing her place on the angelic rescue team.
As a growing demon army surrounds Shady Creek, Julia's feelings for her own Guardian become all too real and dangerous. But the cosmic imbalance fueled by Hybrid Angels, Rogue Guardians and Warriors is already depleting the strength of the rescue team. And there's no room for distraction when the mission is to get into Hell--and out again.
For the sake of the mission, Julia must face the truth of the Hybrids' existence. Because nobody will be safe unless she can trust the gift of free will--for others and for herself--in this end-of-the-world finale to The Legend of Shady Creek Trilogy.
Wow. I loved reading this series back to back and I really felt that I got to see an author and a character grow tremendously during the process. This book very well written and the characters are well developed. I loved the almost nonstop action and I loved how immersive this book was as well. I absolutely flew through this book.
However, I did feel that the book was a bit quick and the pacing was a bit off. It wasn’t too fast, but I felt that the book could have been a bit longer if the author described more of what was happening.
Verdict: An excellent series with tremendous character growth.