One body, two souls…
Helena is possessed by a demon, and those who matter most to her are blind to her plight. She’s trapped in a body that she no longer controls, her soul in a constant state of torture.
Desperate to take back what is hers, Helena tries time and again to overcome the deranged demonic spirit that is using her body to wreak havoc in the mortal world.
The demon, furious at Helena’s attempts to thwart it and regain control, seeks an exorcist to cast her out. The time has come for Helena to take a final stand and fight for her freedom.
Only one of them can survive, but which one?
Angel’s Body—the fourth installment of Angel Series—is another thrilling novel that would make your soul shatter— a story full of forgiveness, love that has been lost and butterflies—lots of butterflies that will make you cry.
The Angel Body, unlike the first three books, had a different approach in it. The story had shed some little story regarding Drake and Danny, their past and their common ground. The story would make you lose your patience, gritting your teeth as you turn the pages, yearning for more answer as the story unravels more information.
While reading, you’ll feel a strange sadness deep inside your heart, like you are a lost puppy that finds its way back home, only to find there’s another puppy that had replaced you in your righteous place. Yup, heartbreakingly bitter. But that was how life is about, right? Life is full of unfairness, and only a few people like Danizriel have faith.
There is a new character that will be introduced in the book—her name is Amy. Who is she? What is she? Well, the only thing I can say about her is she got a big and important role in this book—I advised everyone to go and grab a copy of this book to know who really she is and how can she affects the lives of Helena, Danny, and Drake.
Angel‘s Body receive a rating of four–heavenly book goodness! Okay, I know, I’ve got some explaining to do. I think, the last two chapter—starting with the meeting and the stuff with the Angels, I think the storyline was fast-pacing, like all the details were poured in the two chapters when it can actually make four or five.
The details are also not described vividly(that’s why I THINK that these chapters were hurriedly made.) Especially when they are cleaning the Amazon. And again, I think, in my opinion, this book is better written in Danny’s POV. I mean, we all know how Helena have felt when she lost Danny in the second book, I think we deserve just a little perspective of Danny when—well, she almost lose Helena—Twice.
Let me end this with my favorite quote from the book:
“Love is about standing by someone even when you don’t want to be there anymore, when you think the love has gone and you no longer know them. Love is about understanding and compassion. Love is about being selfless.” -Danizriel, Angel’s Body by Melanie Tomlin
Book Title: Angel’s Body
Author: Melanie Tomlin
Published Date: February 14, 2017
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’.