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Let No False Angels by [Morrison, Wesley]
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Let no False Angels by Wesley Morrison starts fast, instantly throwing you into the action of a unique viewpoint of the Magian, the angel-like soldiers of good. The Magian travel between the many countless Earths to battle the black and evil drifters who live only for cruelty, chaos and pain. The story follows Aguirre a Magian living on his own for the crime of hesitating as a child and allowing his mother to die.

Let no False Angels is a very well written book with good characterization of the entire cast of characters but especially that of Aguirre, the protagonist of the story. The story line is unique and interesting and entertains to the end. The bad guys are chaotically evil, making them easy to root against and the "good guys", quite nicely, aren't so very clean cut either. The "side line" story of other Earths is well thought out and fun to read - a great story of good versus evil.

I would definitely recommend to a friend to read.
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Let No False Angels is a thrilling and captivating story pulling me in from page one.

There are many parallel Earths which are under the protection of the Magian's fighting horrible and nightmarish creatures called Drifters.

I could not put this book down as there was not a single dull moment within it, the pages are action packed full of loss despair and courage. You really become invested with the characters and cant help but read on wondering what will be their outcome.

This book has some seriously dark moments where I found my jaw hitting the ground in pure shock and surprise, there is no predicting what will happen on the next page which made it impossible to leave this story un-read.

Wesley Morrison has a true talent at creating a world around the reader quickly and efficiently allowing the reader to become completely engulfed within the story and its events.
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This story grabs the attention from the start and doesn't let up. I'm really looking forward to more from this author.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Harrowing but hopeful 1 Sept. 2014
By Laura M - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a harrowing but strangely hopeful book. The two main characters are desolate souls, and their worlds give them no reason to expect things to get better. Heinrich Aguirre is an exile from his own kind, the magical people with Light who fight the monster drifters. Julia is also lost, orphaned and abandoned by the one person who might have helped her. She greets Aguirre's return with longing and hope, but has no idea what waits for them both in the battle with the drifters. The author pulls no punches in describing the horrors of the conflict, and there are some very dark moments, indeed, but throughout, Aguirre struggles to do the right thing, even when it's not very clear what that might be.

The writing is excellent and you are kept guessing until the end. I highly recommend this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic story in every sense of the word 11 Oct. 2013
By Captain Nerd - Published on Amazon.com
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I've always been drawn to stories of "what if?", stories of alternate worlds where different choices were made from the ones in our history. It may have influenced my choice of profession as a computer programmer, as we are required to accommodate and understand the sequences and consequences of all decisions in a program, both good and bad. I started this story as I have many others, but I finished it with an appreciation of having experienced a rarity, an entirely new take on an old and familiar genre. The author is without a doubt exquisitely skilled in creating and expressing a tale that I now regret having read so quickly, in my greed to experience the story without savoring the scenes! I am eagerly awaiting whatever story the author chooses to tell, and I can't think of the proper words to say to recommend this story. Just try the first few pages, and you'll see.
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a GREAT read! Pick it up! 12 Feb. 2013
By Captain Tom - Published on Amazon.com
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Ironically, I am not a writer, but I feel compelled to compose a review about this book, because I desperately want to encourage people to read it. By now you've read the book description; I hope you're intrigued, because there is a richly imagined and well crafted story of the "Magian" and their role on all the Earths. It's a complex and rich story, and it's populated by characters you come to know and admire, even love...despise, even fear...and follow eagerly. The author gives us a view into a universe of fascinating possibilities. I fought between my desire to finish it TONIGHT, and my willingness to let this story continue on for as long as the author would like. I don't do spoilers, so I won't discuss characters or plot lines...but I will say the characters have depth and believability. I found the plot to be imaginative and unpredictable. I look forward to a re-read soon to uncover nuances I may have missed, and reflect on things with a different perspective. I also hope that the author is game for more tales from his version of our universe!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Complex and compelling - for angel and demon lovers alike 10 Jun. 2013
By Joseph G - Published on Amazon.com
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This novel is a unique combination of action, alternate Earth(s) and the psychology that comes with a fall from grace. The author creates for us a complex world with many alternate versions of Earth - it was extremely well handled. LET NO FALSE ANGELS is a saga told through the eyes the Magians. They are fascinating and alternately seem to be angels, demons, and emotionally unavailable beings all at once.

The characters are compelling and complicated - my favorite type. There is nothing predictable here. The main character Aguirre moves between sympathetic and heinous and the tension between him and his father is fascinating. Julia and Aguirre's relationship is confusing and tempting. This is an action packed story of redemption and a tale that explores the boundaries of what truly motivates a sentient being.

At times it can be difficult to follow all the different possible Earths or life-lines but that is primarily due to the richness and depth of the worlds created. By the middle of the book it becomes second nature to read. And I must say that I was mesmerized enough from the beginning to stay with it until I became comfortable with the rules of the world and the shifting Earth-scapes - totally worth turning every page! By the end I couldn't put it down and I am truly looking forward to the next book (please say there is more to come :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars An intense, wild ride. 19 Sept. 2013
By Mac - Published on Amazon.com
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Thank you for writing that book. What a wild ride! I haven't suffered that much reading a book in ever so long. You really grabbed me by the throat, dragged me into that tormented world of Aguirre and relentlessly held me `til I finished the book. All along the way, I found myself resenting you for doing that to me, but the ending made it all worthwhile. I am a sucker for resolution.

I look forward to reading more of your fantasy/action/adventure - even if it's mired in a dystopian world.

Well done, you.
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