Fall from Grace

Pub Date   |   Archive Date 28 Sep 2017

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The Archangel of Secret Knowledge has been released from his long imprisonment in Hell and now has one major task - to free his brethren from their infernal imprisonment But occupying a body - a life, a family - that is not his own comes with its own guilt and complexities; how do you explain to a mortal brother that you are trying to free demons from hell? Especially when that mission becomes far more complicated, with more actors and manipulations with their own sinister motives than he imagined when he first found freedom. This book has some really fascinating concepts Fallen angels and demons are not unknown characters in urban fantasy - but I think this is the first...

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This is a bold, interesting new read. Loved the world building and the writing is great. I can't wait to read the rest in the series. *** Received ARC copy of book from NetGally.com and Ron C. Nieto. **** L..
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I was drawn to this book because of the description and cover. But unfortunately so just couldn't get into it. I was confused a majority of the time. And kept having to re-read pages. I don't think I'll be following this series.
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Long, long ago, a faction of angels rebelled against Heaven and were cast out, stripped of their wings and imprisoned in Hell. They were meant to be there forever. Now, some of them are out, escaped through means even they don't understand. The former Archangel of Secret Knowledge finds himself in possession of the mortal body - and the memories - of one Henry Black. And it's his job to figure out how to release the rest of the angels who fell. The only problem is that he soon comes to suspect that he's not being told everything. Who are the humans who have learned to channel divine fire, and why are they hunting angels? Henry has to find allies among humans and other escaped...

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I couldn't get into this book. The plot was interesting, the blurb drew me in, but the story itself was confusing. We've got fallen angel demon good guys who want to stay good guys? But wait, they're demonic bad guys. People are dying, no one can be trusted. Some obscure human cult is all up in the mix and neither heaven nor the heavenly host seems to care that anyone's been maligned and imprisoned for eternity so that can battery-power said evil cult. Yeah. I'm confused. I can't deny that maybe it's just me. But honestly, I have read A LOT of books in my time on this planet and it's rare that I run across one that I don't enjoy at least a little. I will say that I liked 'Henry'. HIs...

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