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Guardian Angel (Psionic Pentalogy Book 5) [Kindle Edition]

Adrian Howell
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Book Description

A telekinetic teenager. A telepathic child. A psionic war.

Adrian Howell carries a dark secret: one that could save the world from psionic domination. But this secret must be kept even from his allies. As the Angels make their final push to end their 700-year war with the Guardians and set their sights on the rest of humanity, Adrian's small band of freedom fighters must find its way through a maze of betrayal and deceit, and somehow restore the balance of power before it is too late. And yet, as the war approaches its tipping point, the greatest battle Adrian faces now is not one that is fought with psionics, but deep within the confines of his own scarred heart. For even in the unlikely event that he succeeds in his mission, the price of victory might not only be his life, but his very soul...

Guardian Angel is the fifth and final book of Adrian Howell's Psionic Pentalogy: a supernatural adventure series with psychic children, teens and adults, telekinesis, telepathy, and many twists and turns in a harsh urban fantasy world.

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
(Recommended for readers 13 to 3013.)

Read all five books of Adrian Howell's Psionic Pentalogy in order:

Book One: Wild-born
Book Two: The Tower
Book Three: Lesser Gods
Book Four: The Quest
Book Five: Guardian Angel

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3358 KB
  • Print Length: 312 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #33,154 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Born of a Japanese mother and American father, Adrian Howell (pen name) was raised for a time in California and currently lives a quiet life in Japan where he teaches English to small groups of children and adults. Aside from reading and writing fiction, his hobbies include recumbent cycling, skiing, medium-distance trekking, sketching and oversleeping.

To learn more about the author and his novels, visit

To contact the author directly with any comments or questions, email

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A fitting ending to a well written series 2 Mar. 2013
By Laura
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Book five nicely rounds up all the loose ends and is a really satisfying end to the series. There is tension and action all the way through and the bonds between the characters that have been built up over the first four books really get put to the test. Every book has managed to be different and not repetitive making this series an excellent read. Each book is edited to the highest quality and is well worth the tiny price tag for an enjoyable read.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant 18 Feb. 2013
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I had reservations and at times the writing style isn't to my liking but the story is amazing so I was hooked from the first book
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I rarely, if ever, leave a proper review but this series warrants it for definite.
I have been an avid reader since I was 7 years old and I've even taken a job in a library, this series has truly taken my imagination and made it come alive!
I've followed the growth of all the characters and they became family, especially little Alia. Certainly one of the best series I have read in a long time the only thing I can complain about is that it has finished. Brilliant!! Thank you so much for sharing this with us.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't ask for a better conclusion. 21 Feb. 2015
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I have finally completed the 5th and final book in this series. I loved everyone of them and highly recommend them to readers of all ages.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A truly grand finale 19 April 2013
By Sean P. Endress - Published on
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Full disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The opinions below are entirely my own.

And here we are, on the last page. Well, the first of the last pages. "Guardian Angel" follows "The Quest" and is the final book in Adrian Howell's PSIONIC Pentalogy. I highly recommend reading the other four books before this one - not only are they entirely worth reading, but you may be lost on several points in this book if you don't. The author will put some effort into catching people up, but it's really more of a refresher for those who space out their reading. This review may contain spoilers for the previous books, so if you'd rather skip it (or my ridiculously long reviewing style!) head on down to the last full paragraph, my "bottom line". It'll be safe there, honest!

"Guardian Angel" starts out a little while after "The Quest", likely in the interest of moving plot along - the author has learned, over the course of the books, what to keep and what to cut, and it shows. Compared to the lagging pacing of "The Tower", "Guardian Angel" shows remarkable improvement. I personally stayed up all night to finish it, because I couldn't bear to wait to learn what happened next - and I haven't done that since the last Harry Potter book! The author has mastered mixing an intense, engrossing plot with tight pacing and edge-of-your-seat excitement, creating an unforgettable finale.

Prior books have had ups and downs in the pace, as respite followed battle creating a marked rhythm in the stories. However, in "Guardian Angel" even the light respites are tense and emotionally-packed, as it feels from the start that everything is on the line, and the feeling just keeps growing.

As for our favorite characters, they must make their exits, whether gracefully or gruesomely (or both!) I will not say. However, I can reassure readers that the author has ensured that each character makes an end that is worthy of them, their journey, and the story as a whole. It was hard to close the book and say goodbye - and that says more about this series than any review I could write.

The language and wording continue to shine through as meritorious distinctions that will follow "Mr. Howell" throughout his career. His ability to craft complex ideas and emotions with succinct wording has been praised in my four prior reviews, and I'll say it again here. His style may well be the highest point of a book full of high points.

As to the editing and layout of the book, I received a .pdf for review, so I can't speak to layout of the Kindle Edition in practice, but it certainly looked good in theory. In "Guardian Angel" I noticed no particular errors, though of course I am no editor. The author is continually proof-reading though, and constantly refining his work - an admirable quality and one that entirely benefits the consumer.
So, so long Adrian, Alia, Cindy, Terry, Ed Regis, James, Mark, the Historian, and all those who played their parts fantastically along the journey. It's been a blast.

The bottom line is that "Guardian Angel" is a mighty, worthy finale to the PSIONIC Pentalogy. It was tough knowing that the reading was at an end, but an enjoyable experience all the same. That said, Adrian and co. have grown up fast - this book's audience may well need to be beyond the first teenage years. Darkness, violence, and even death abound, and not everyone gets their happy ending. It'll be a tough read for the youngest crowd. That said, it's not much darker than book four, so if you enjoyed that, and the prior books you'll enjoy this one. If you're no fan of the genre though, this isn't exactly going to change your mind.

As always, if anything needs clarifying, please feel free to use the comment box below, or contact me at
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars OUTSTANDING PENTALOGY!!! 29 May 2014
By Susan L. Carrier - Published on
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This is the very strong ending of a very strong story. I cannot recall a seriesnof books that I have enjoyed more, and I have read many series in my life.

Indies publishing does not havebig publicity behind it so please let my enthusiasm for this series encourage you to buy and read...I recommend it absolutely to anyone with a tastes for a tight well written sci ti type story with heroic overtones and many unexpected twists and turns and an unexpected, but wholly satisfying ending.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow!!! 4 Feb. 2015
By Alex dale rein - Published on
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This is the best series I have ever read. I wouldn't mind being an author some day. But I never would be that good. You should have won first place on this book. You may never read this comment but I hope you do. This book is better than the hunger games. If only I could give it more stars. My only disappointment is that it had to end. I read the whole series in about 3 weeks. Just an idea. But you could do another series about the boy at the end of the movie. If you could find a way to contact me I would be thrilled.
Your biggest fan ALEX.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A very good 5 book series...A genre that captured my soul attention... 31 Dec. 2014
By Jane Costley - Published on
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Very good characterization of all characters...I highly place this author up there along with the Dean Koontz books as I am a great fan of many of his books.

I truly hope I will see a follow-up to this 5 book series. He has already laid out a good beginning for an extension of the two main characters, which should make the series a blockbuster.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I really enjoyed this series 6 July 2014
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I really enjoyed this series. It was imaginative, emotional and had a lot of twists and turns. The characters were well developed and shaped by their experiences. Would like to see it continued!
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