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The Way of Sorrows: The Angelus Trilogy, Part 3

by Jon Steele

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Book Review & Giveaway: When the publisher sent me an email about The Watchers, Book #1 of the Angelus Trilogy by award-winning journalist and author Jon Steele, I wasn’t sure what to do because I don’t normally review novels about angels. When I read the concept, however, I sensed that this trilogy was going to be very different. I was intrigued to say the least, so I agreed to read The Watchers while making it clear that if I didn’t like it, it wouldn’t be reviewed. I have to laugh about that now. All three novels in this trilogy are tomes yet I did not want to put any of them down, even when my arms were screaming at me or I needed to do something silly like eat or sleep. I would finally reluctantly stop reading only when I got double vision – they’re that good. I’ve included links to my reviews of the first two books, The Watchers and Angel City at the end of this review.

Book #3 is The Way of Sorrows and I put off reading it because I hated to think the Angelus Trilogy was going to end. I’ve grown to love these characters, the world they inhabit, and the story. I didn’t want to say good-bye to any of them, with possibly the exception of some super-bad uglies and Inspector Gobet. Gobet just irritates the hell out of me with his “need to know” reticence even when I understand why he behaves that way. I’m still calling this trilogy a thriller, with paranormal, supernatural and spiritual threads running through it. I realize it could also be called sci-fi – oh what the hell – it simply defies genre classification and that’s one of the things I love about it.

Whether you’ve read the first two novels or not, I encourage you to enter our giveaway because you can always download e-books of the first two novels to read – and – someone is going to win The Way of Sorrows at http://popcornreads.com/?p=8657. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399171495, Hardcover)

The earthly—and cosmic—adventures of Katherine Taylor and Jay Harper come to an electrifying, action-packed conclusion in The Way of Sorrows, the final installment of Jon Steele’s critically acclaimed Angelus Trilogy.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:05:23 -0400)

Otherworldly Special Agent Harper must stop the remnants of the Nephilim from capturing and destroying Katherines half-mortal/half-heavenly child and save humankind from utter destruction.

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