Giant angels with metal wings and visible song. A blind demon restored from the pit of darkness. And a girl who has never felt more broken. Brielle sees the world as it really is: a place where the Celestial exists side by side with human reality. But in the aftermath of a supernatural showdown, her life begins to crumble. Her boyfriend, Jake, is keeping something from her - something important. Her overprotective father has started drinking again. And he's dating a much younger woman who makes Brielle's skin crawl. Haunting nightmares invade Brielle's sleep, and flashes of Celestial vision keep her off kilter. What she doesn't know is that she's been targeted. The Prince of Darkness himself has heard of the boy with healing in his hands and of the girl who sees through the Terrestrial Veil. Brielle has no choice. She knows evil forces are converging and will soon rain their terror down on the town of Stratus. She must master the weapons she's been given. She must fight. But can she fly with broken wings?
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"In this second installation of the Angel Eyes Trilogy, Cassandra Campbell's narration exudes suspense and intrigue. Her diction has a seductive quality, as if she tastes the words as she speaks them. Jake and Brielle remain in danger from demons who want to corrupt their supernatural gifts. Jake teaches Brielle to fight with faith and prayer, but he's hiding something that will shake her faith in him--and in God. Campbell's voice conveys awe as she describes the praise of angels, making the religious aspects of this story as alluring as the romance. A minor character is added as narrator, a cherubic spy named Pearla, who gives listeners a glimpse of hell, where demonic plans are being hatched. Campbell's character differentiation between the story's three narrators is subtle but entirely effective. A.M.P. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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