Friday, May 8, 2015

End of Days (The Fallen #3) by Thomas E. Sniegoski

End of Days (The Fallen #3) by Thomas E. Sniegoski
This is a young adult paranormal fantasy novel (Rated PG-13)
 (Four Ending Hearts)
Book Summary

The war between Heaven and Hell rages on Aaron, half angel and half human, commands the Fallen in their quest to protect humanity. But evil forces gain strength at every turn. And lurking somewhere in the shadows is Archangel Gabriel's instrument with the power to call down the End of Days...

Aaron draws confidence from the girl he loves as he struggles to make peace with his legacy as Lucifer's son. These are desperate times, and Aaron knows the Fallen will need to forge new, unlikely alliances to survive.

With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, Aaron will stop at nothing to defend civilization—and the girl who holds his heart. Even if it means facing Hell's darkest demons.
My Review
I haven’t read the other two books in the series for years. In fact, this book came out in 2011 which is probably how long the paperback has been on my shelf. Simon & Schuster didn’t offer this one as an audio book. What a shame. I have book 4 as well. But I’m going to see if they finally made this series into audio for book 5. All books in the series are available. So no need to wait.
Since it’s been too long and I’m not a re-reader, I can’t say for sure if this begins right after the ending on the second book. Vague memories tell me it’s close to being right after.
I should say, this book has romance, but it’s the light variety. So I had some distress about things that happens in the beginning of the book. And even by the end, I’m still concerned.
However, I enjoyed this book a lot and found it hard to put down. Angels stories (and demons) are some of my favorite and there aren’t a lot of them.
We get multiple points of view in this book and I can’t say more without spoilers. All I can say is that I still enjoy this series as much as I did with the first two books years ago. And I’ve already started on book 4. I can’t wait to see how everything plays out. This author has an interesting fictional view on Creation, Heaven and Hell that’s intriguing.
Do I recommend? Yes. Just remember if you are looking for romance, it’s here, but it’s not the major plot theme in this series. It’s a part of life and therefore the story. It’s not the story however. So be forewarned.
My book boyfriend Aaron (although I almost chose Lucifer and if you wonder why because that’s seems strange, you’ll just have to read.)

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