One of my favorite genres to read when I was in high school and college was fantasy fiction. I loved series such as The Lord of the Rings and Dragon Lance. In fact, I still go back and read a bit of this genre occasionally.
This week I read Karyn Henley’s book Breath Of Angel. This is a fantasy novel with a twist: many of the main characters are angels operating in the world of mankind.
I was intrigued from the very beginning. The story is about a young priestess named Melaia, who loves her life serving the Most High at the temple. But she is quickly finds herself in the middle of a battle between two immortal brothers who destroyed a stairway to Heaven, and who will destroy the rest of the world if they aren’t stopped.
As Melaia discovers the reality of angels, immortals, and other beings thought to be myth, she is thrust into the center of this struggle for dominion between the two brothers. Caught there, she discovers things about herself that she’s never known, and things about the world that she’s never suspected.
Can she do what’s needed to help save the world? Can she do what’s needed to save herself?
I enjoyed Breath Of Angel. While I felt that it was written with a younger reader in mind, I still enjoyed it. And I’m sure that my daughter would love it.
If you are interested in reading Breath Of Angel, you can purchase it at Amazon.com.
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