Reviewed by Holly Newhouse for Eternal Book
Reviews....5 Stars Plus!
After loving and being fascinated by book one, book two
did not disappoint at all! The fast-paced, action-packed and complex love story
between Rhamiel and Jana continues while the world erupts in war and even more
chaos as humans are determined to take back their home. The angels' lives are
in complete chaos as the humans retaliated and bombed the angels' tower,
causing it to collapse in on itself. The angels have suffered heavy losses and
the vichies are scattering, lost and confused. But no one as much as Jana who
saw Rhamiel go into the tower before the collapse but did not see him come out.
She was taught to believe that angels cannot procreate and yet, she's pregnant
with Rhamiel's baby and must keep it a well-guarded secret even as she
maintains hope that Rhamiel, the love of her life, will come for her while she
also seeks to find him as well. Rhamiel also refuses to give up hope on finding
Jana, the woman he loves, alive and safe from harm. He refuses to cease
searching for her after he's healed of his injuries and won't stop until they
are reunited again, no matter the cost.
The author introduces a multitude more new and sinister
characters in this continuation of "They Who Fell" as well as many more
twists and turns this reviewer once again did not see coming until they smacked
her in the face and left her breathless and shocked. A few of the new
characters include the Cherubs and their creepy creation, the golems as well as
new angels and even a sinister archangel that terrifies even the bravest of the
Of course, this reviewer being heavily invested in the
relationship between Rhamiel and Jana, went through a myriad of emotions on the
roller coaster ride from hell while reading this absolutely fascinating book
all in one sitting and sincerely hopes there will be a book 3 and many more
after to see how life turns out for Rhamiel, Jana, Thane and the babe.
Once again, Author Kneupper has written another
brilliant book that showcases his ability as a master storyteller and will
appeal to readers of all genres. This reviewer further believes this series
would make a fantastic set of movies or at the very least a fascinating TV