Angel

(1 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Usborne

Review

The apparition of an angel is normally a glorious thing, a bringer of good tidings, but in this story deadly angels feed on human energy leaving their victims ill, often insane and totally in their thrall.

Alex is trained to hunt down and destroy these rogue angels. But when the CIA send him to eliminate Willow, everything changes. Willow is half-angel and that half seems good. She is also kind, practical, psychic and very beautiful. And only Willow has the power to thwart the angels' global ambitions.

A thriller with a difference, this riveting read explores the conflicting emotions felt by two young people who know, with apocalyptic dread, that only by risking their lives can they save the world.

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