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"Angels of the Knights" series book 1
on 21 July 2012
Administrator, Guardian, Guide or Warrior? These are the choices given to 16 year old Fallon Angell (nice pun) when she and her family are killed in a home invasion and pass on to the next life. She chooses Warrior and for the next 30 years is trained to kill Kjin; their demonic enemy who body snatch humans in order to instigate further evil in the world. At the end of her training Fallon voluntarily has her wings clipped in order to maintain a corporeal form when she returns to earth.
Fallon is soon caught up in a battle to take down a powerful Kjin, only to fall in love with a young man. But her duty endangers his life, and Fallon must decide whether keeping Kade a part of her life is worth the risk of not only losing him, but also failing in her heavenly mission.
I liked the action and new ideas surrounding angels, although Fallon's sword is very light saber like plus some of the ideas require a little more detail. Fallon is now 19 and states she would be middle aged before she would meet up again with Kade if he were to die, elect to become an angelic warrior, complete his training and return to earth. So as Fallon is pretty much immortal; tough to kill and has the ability to heal from almost any injury, would she continue to age at a human rate but never die of old age?