Would you risk everything, for salvation?
Helena — part earth-bound angel, part vampire — is pregnant, and it’s playing havoc with her unique abilities. Her usual diet of vampire blood makes her physically ill, one minute she’s visible the next she’s not, and she’s suffering from blackouts.
After yet another blackout, Helena finds herself back in Satan’s clutches. This time there is no way for her to escape on her own, and a dangerous rescue mission ends with Helena going into labour prematurely.
Helena’s child is born and all too soon must leave her to deliver a message to the mortal world. But the last time someone was sent with a message, it didn’t end well …
Angel’s Messiah—the third installment of Angel Series—is a masterpiece. It reaches not only the imaginative mind of the reader but also their heart and soul.
Angel’s Messiah storyline is very unique. Well, let’s just say that this book doesn’t just entertain the readers, but somehow there’s an edge in the story that would awaken your conscience or spiritual side.
The book, unique as it was, will send shivers down to your spine. The book will help you show what happened to the world—the unfairness of the world and the human’s contribution towards the world’s unfairness.
The book tackles different subjects, most of the time, Gina asking Helena about the mortal world. All questions revolve around “whys” and Helena answers it in a way that you would stop, think and contemplate—even if her answer is obvious. For example, Gina was asking why all families aren’t happy as theirs and I quote Helena’s answer:
“Families are complex things. We can’t choose our brothers, sisters, children or parents and therefore we don’t always end up with what we’d like.”
See? Helena’s answer was very simple but if you hate your family, you’ll understand her. You’ll smile and feel relieved that you are not alone in this world. There is something about this book that you’ll find relief and comfort.
You should read this book, to understand the following words I will say:
To Ms. Melanie Tomlin, thank you for creating this book, you don’t know the hardships and trials the readers are suffering—I for example—simply wanted to die. But you made me contemplate life—you are very much like Gina. You are my personal savior. Writing book is like Gina’s way of saying that:
“I’m not here to sell you God. It is up to each and every one of you to look into your hearts and minds and decide if He is real or not. … We are each of us responsible for our own choices and actions. Make them count. Life is too fragile and precious for us to let it go to waste.”
Disclaimer: I received a reader’s copy from the author.
Angel‘s Messiah, the third installment of Angel Series by Melanie Tomlin received a rating of five heavenly book goodness! Why in the world this book deserves a 5-ratings? Because it simply not a work of fiction– it’s a masterpiece that reaches the heart and soul of everyone reading it. Here’s my favorite quote from the book.
“Religion is for the masses. They think they need religion, when all they need is faith” -Danizriel, Angel’s Messiah by Melanie Tomlin
Book Title: Angel’s Messiah
Author: Melanie Tomlin
Published Date: February 3, 2016
Publisher: Kylani Press
Melanie Tomlin was born in Beeston, England. At the age of three, her family moved to suburban Melbourne, Australia, where she has lived ever since. When she was twelve her parents bought her a typewriter, and she wrote her first novel that very same year. She still has the typewriter, which is somewhat worse for wear, but that first manuscript is now nothing but a distant memory.
Her first published book, Angel’s Kiss, was released in 2015. The second and third installments in the ‘Angel Series’ — Angel’s Curse and Angel’s Messiah — were released in February 2016 and June 2016 respectively.
For a change of pace, and something a little different, Melanie has recently finished work on a book of poetry called Twisted Poems of a Warped Mind and a children’s picture book called Lucy Vampoosy: The Little Vampire Dog.
Melanie is currently working on the fifth book in the ‘Angel Series’.