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What's still cool - and funny - are God's appearances in the ...
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2017
Again -this saga continues with the thrills, romance, and a growing menace that threatens both the earthbound angels and mankind.
Here - we get the pairing of the newbie healing angel Isda, with the pierced fallen angel of punishment - Asael. He's got more issues than Ramatel from book two, which is saying a lot.
What's still cool - and funny - are God's appearances in the books. Whenever he speaks, his utterances are always highlighted by huge capital letters. God also has a weird sense of humor. lol
With that...I just wish that the author would take the time to go over his books with a fine-toothed comb. There were tons of errors - more than in the previous two books: typos, missing words, run-on sentences, and on two occasions, the wrong character's name was used. In addition to those, the archangel Gabriel goes from being a blond in the first two books, to having dark hair. (If he had used a bottle of Just For Men hair color, it should have been mentioned. Just sayin').
Anyway...I'll continue with the series. It's too bad that I can't just grab the author by his shoulders and shake the crap out of him though. This stuff could be damn-near perfect!