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The Angel's Covenant (The Covenant Series Book 1) by [Landes, Lynn]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3174 KB
  • Print Length: 226 pages
  • Publisher: Landes Publishing (25 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FA1MZA2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #732,847 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I received a free copy of this book for an honest review. But reviewing this book was not so easy, because while there were a lot of good things in it, there were also several issues that took away from the enjoyment of reading it.
The Angel’s Covenant revolves around a group known as Watchers, whose mission is to watch over humanity, naturally. Their friends and allies are known as Keepers, who are similar, but have added powers that they can use to protect the Watchers. These Watchers and Keepers are in a battle against a fallen angel and his demonic minions who wish to pretty much take over the world for themselves.
The book’s strength is in the author’s story-telling ability. Ms. Landes can describe scenes of otherworldly beauty or gory violence equally well. Her prose is clear and straightforward, without any meandering or complex sentences which lose the reader halfway through. She paints strong visual pictures that allow the reader to feel he is right in the middle of the battles between the demons and the protectors of humanity. She is adept at pacing, and the book never drags or goes off on tangents.
Although the story, and the mythology behind the different groups, seems to be more supernatural than the Christian Fantasy the book is billed as, this wasn't a major concern, as long as the roles and the powers of each group is spelled out and internally consistent.
This brings me to one of the problems I had: We know very little about who, or what, these people, who are there to protect humanity, are. For example, I had no way of knowing what abilities the Watchers or Keepers had, so if in the middle of some crisis one of them suddenly created a wall of energy for protection, or turned cave-paintings into warriors, I wondered why they could do that.
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This book is a real epic. It's grand in every sense of the word. The writing is vivid and detailed, the characters are powerful and engaging, and the story is complex and elaborate. It's basically a good old fashioned tale of good versus evil, but that's where the generalisations end. The story and characters are entirely original; Lynn Landes certainly has a great imagination!

Some mention has been made in previous reviews about editing. I can only assume that this has been done as the text flows along beautifully, with no glaring errors as far as I could see. I would recommend this book to all fans of fantasy fiction. It has all the ingredients you need to successfully whisk you away into an alternative reality full of danger and intrigue. This definitely looks set to be a really enjoyable series.
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For the most part, this was a good story, with great descriptions and a plot, if not original, sat well within the fantasy genre.

A tale of good against evil, I did think more work on the development of characters and their strengths and weaknesses would have tightened the plot and given it more credibility.

Worth a look; to witness difficult choices that are carved from disaster and sorrow and end up...
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Loved the characters, the plot and the unfolding of what will become a very gripping series of books. That said I would like to see the grammar & spelling errors corrected e.g were/ we're, well/we'll, were/where
Spellchecker is not enough as the errors detracted from what was otherwise a great story - a decent proof reader should be considered.
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