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L.A. Weatherly
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Liz Loves Books.Com.
Liz Loves Books.Com. rated it 3 years ago
First up a mention for that beautiful cover. Really stunning in real life, the paperback version of this book is absolutely gorgeous. A bit of a random plus point... More importantly the story inside is fabulous - addictive and really well written, if like me you are a bit of a fan of YA tales, espe...
The Book Blog at the End of the Universe
Truth be told angel stories usually don't make it on my favorite list but this one had a lot of qualities that I liked. Mainly, the kick-ass lead. Willow was great! She was tough, she stepped up her game when needed and she was in a bad situation but made it happen regardless. I could absolutely rel...
Garden-of-Stars
Garden-of-Stars rated it 4 years ago
This book is an example of the few YA novels where, upon reading it, i felt the author actually engaged with their own story, that they were cared about their own characters and lived with their story, so to say. It was something refreshing to see. Maybe this is because the book was published severa...
YA Anonymous
YA Anonymous rated it 5 years ago
Angel Fever is the end of this extremely gripping trilogy where angel's are harmful to all of humanity, and the survival of the world lies on the shoulders on one half angel girl named Willow. Willow, Alex, Seb and their band of AK's (Angela Killers) suffer great loss and begin to lose hope as the ...
grapeapril75
grapeapril75 rated it 5 years ago
This whole series was just eh, for me. I wanted to love it but just could not fully connect. I liked the main characters, Willow is interesting and smart, almost too smart for the book. I tried, I really did but this just was not the series for me. If you are into Angel books and slightly angsty tee...
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