Seventeen-year-old Gabriel Adam is used to relocating a lot. When a mysterious assassin burns his home to the ground, Gabriel’s father reveals the truth of why they are always on the move: Gabriel is one of four archangels, born human and sent to stop Armageddon. Now Gabe must set aside dreams of attending NYU to try to fulfill his newly discovered role.
Racing against time, Gabe and his father travel to the English university town of Durham, hoping the last surviving member of an ancient religious sect can guide them. With the assassin in pursuit, Gabe must shoulder the weight of his new life and an impossible destiny as protector of the entire human race.
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|Rating||3.81 of 5.00|
|Series||Revelation Saga #1|
|Number Of Pages||384 pages|
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You've read some angel stories, right?
They weren't like this.
This is the *real deal* angel story. This is Gabriel, as in archangel Gabriel, the "defend the world from evil and ruination" guy. Actually, he's just Gabe at first, clueless if well-meaning, and gradually must transform into the defender of humanity. You can't blame a guy for being a little overwhelmed at first. I can't say I'm an expert on the Book of Revelation, but there is some straight-outta-the-Bible, "End Days" stuff woven int
I was excited to start reading after receiving this book in a giveaway. First I like the concept of archangels and the end of the world. The author did a good job researching the historical texts and religion for this book. I didn't realize that in some religions there's a fourth archangel! I also liked how the author made a twist with Michael the archangel. I've always seen Michael as a B.A. anyways lol. The plot really got to me hooked and I couldn't put the book down. The interesting and fasc
Do you see that cover. And the description. A story of stopping an Armageddon with an assassin hot on your trail, and oh wait, Gabriel, you're an archangel.
Thanks to Medallion Press for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This was an interesting and engaging read. I have to say that my favorite parts were the descriptions of the settings. I loved getting to see some of the fascinating places the characters went, which were described with an awesome eye to detail and drew me into them like I was actually there. The plot felt a little unfocused in places, and while I liked Gabriel, and especially Mika (AKA Michael), there was a bit o