Angels & Demons #1
By: Tich Brewster
Heat Level: 1 FLAME (Sweet)
Rating: 4 STARS
Reviewed by: Alyssa Williams
Let me be honest, but you have to read the whole review to honestly understand. At first I didn’t think I was gonna like this book when I first started reading it. There was two reasons for this. First, the author kept jumping in between the characters thought without notice that it would change to the next character’s in the next paragraph. Secondly, I really didn’t like Hannah’s character. She seemed like a Queen B but then she was down to earth the next minute.
Now, I know the first part wasn’t the most positive I should say but I had to get that out of the way because I can honestly say I fell in love with this book. Through out the book Hannah matures a lot. I think it does have a few parts that I kept thinking was unrealistic even for a paranormal book; mourning for instance. Must read to understand. I will say that sometimes there are books with characters that drag it all out and I get annoyed. I really did come to adore Hannah though, and even more so the brothers.
This author definitely has a good grasp on keeping the readers attention. I knew the end was coming but I was so mad it was coming. There was a ton of angst and suspense throughout the book. For once, I have found an other that knows how to leave you hanging without you wanting to stab her! I hate cliffy’s something fierce, but this book doesn’t end with that kind of cliff. The author pretty much lets you know there is more to come but ends the book where we know a chapter has certainly been closed and yet it will continue out the way it is meant to be. So Bravo! Even though for me it was a rocky start I am beyond sold and definitely looking forward to the next books in this series!
Angels and demons, God and Satan, heaven and hell. What do you do when you find out that these things are not some made-up fantasy but they are real? Not only are they real but you discover that you were created to fight in this warfare. Hannah’s life is turned upside down when she discovers that everything she thought was fictional is actually real. Everyone she loves is in danger and to top it off, she learns that she is a Devada. She was created to kill demons. Will she be able to learn and master her Devada abilities before the demons find her?