Book Review: The Seraph Contingency - Anael's Tale by Jennifer Falescategories: Book, Angel, Demon, Mythology, Action Adventure Fairytale
Author: Jennifer Fales
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Brand: Brand: Outskirts Press
Hilarious Read: Kind of an Action Adventure FairytaleBought the hard copy from Amazon. Nice quality book, love the cover art and it's big for a paperback. Has an interesting twist - it's about an angel who runs away from Heaven because she's bored. She's really pretty and really quirky, obsessed with math and science (lots of jokes surrounding this). Anyway, this angel (Anael) wanders into this amazing dive bar in Purgatory (Re-Pete's), gets kidnapped and tortured, then this really hunky tattooed demon comes to her rescue. I don't want to give away too much more, but there are some great characters (including a witch, an awesome 5 year old named Tomas and Sammy, a young Korean guy who gets put through all kinds of hell in Hell but ends up fine in the end) and even a little Greek mythology thrown in. The story has some layers to it, but I really dug that. Made me laugh out loud a LOT, but I also think I actually learned a couple of things along the way too.
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