Angel Burn

Angel Burn

Angel Burn In a world where angels are beyond redemption Alex thinks he s found one that might deserve mercy Alex is a ruthless assassin of angels Forget everything you ve heard about them before Angels are not

  • Title: Angel Burn
  • Author: L.A. Weatherly
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  • Page: 155
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  • In a world where angels are beyond redemption, Alex thinks he s found one that might deserve mercy Alex is a ruthless assassin of angels Forget everything you ve heard about them before Angels are not benign celestial creatures, but fierce stalkers whose irresistible force allows them to feed off humans, draining them of their vitality until there is barely anything lefIn a world where angels are beyond redemption, Alex thinks he s found one that might deserve mercy Alex is a ruthless assassin of angels Forget everything you ve heard about them before Angels are not benign celestial creatures, but fierce stalkers whose irresistible force allows them to feed off humans, draining them of their vitality until there is barely anything left As far as Alex is concerned, the only good angel is a dead angel until he meets Willow She may look like a normal teenager but Willow is no ordinary girl Half angel, half human, Willow may hold the key to defeating the evil angels But as the hunter and the hunted embark on an epic and dangerous journey and Willow learns the dark and terrifying secrets of her past, Alex finds himself drawn to Willow with devastating consequences.

    Angel Angel, by L.A Weatherly Jan , Angel Burn has quite the interesting twist in the angels sub genre in that instead of having the usual religious backstory, angels are featured as beautiful, alien like beings who come from a dying world and has come to our own using humans as sort of energy sources much like parasites Shades of The Matrix mythology now that I think about it. Angel Burn L.A Weatherly Books Jun , Angel Burn is a nice, lightweight teen romance set in a vastly interesting world The very nature of YA stories includes a lack of mental and emotional depth, but all the teenage blushing, stammering, and then getting irrationally mad and hurt was Angel Trilogy Angel Fire The Angel Trilogy is a romance, thriller, fantasy, and supernatural series of three books written by L.A Weatherly The first book, Angel, was first published in the United Kingdom on October through Usborne Publishing and was later released in the United States as Angel Burn through Candlewick on May . Angel Burn Kindle Edition Jun , Angel Burn is filled with mass amounts of suspense, description, inner dialogue as will as lots of multiple character interactions All the characters that give their perspectives meet, and have some sort of interactions at some given point in the story. Candlewick Press Catalog About Angel Burn, she says, I ve known Alex for a long time He first came to me as a character almost twenty years ago, when he was a thief in a fantasy setting an expert with knives rather than guns Nothing came of that particular novel, but Alex always stayed with me He refused to go away, in fact Angel Burn by L.A Weatherly About Angel Burn Adrenaline fueled A terrific, action packed romantic thriller Publishers Weekly starred review When Alex finds himself falling in love with his sworn enemy, a half angel with links to dark and dangerous forces, he discovers that nothing is as it seems, least of all good and evil.

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    I realise it was probably a mistake to read another angel book so soon after finishing Angelfall, but it was amongst the gushing reviews and comments on the aforementioned that I read about these two books sharing a similar theme. This theme being that, rather than having pretty, sparkly, heaven-sent angels, the authors used the more traditional, violent creatures who have come to earth in order to take over. However, this is where the similarities between the two novels end.Angel Burn has a muc [...]

    Free for Kindle right now! Download from before the deal ends. (Review edited 6/3/11 to include this freebie.)There's something a-brew in the heavens, because there has been a streak of great books centered around angels lately. After disappointments like Hush, Hush, Fallen, and various other novels, it's exciting to have books like Unearthly and Mercy d now Angel Burn, which is the first in a trilogy previously published in the U.K. under a slightly different title.What's unusual about this bo [...]

    So, my thoughts during and after reading Angel Burn:Ahem- Weatherly is not a bad writer. Truly, she isn't. But I felt like this book lacked epicness and research. It was a small world trying to seem big. A small war trying to seem all-ending. I felt like she sat down and used up any standing information she had about angel lore and, somehow, managed to compose an entire novel. What she should've done was spend a little more time in the library (or the internet, don't be scared) to give us more d [...]

    Simply put, I think this is the best young adult paranormal book I've read (though admittedly my knowledge in the genre is rather limited). But whereas YA books usually bore me with the endless descriptions of everyday high school life, this one took a different approach, much more to my liking: that of a road-trip.Willow has always been psychic and has the ability to see glimpses of the future. One day while reading a girl's thoughts she sees a real angel. Surprisingly though, the angel seems t [...]

    The half angel and her assassin. Willow and Alex are two remarkable and unique characters that I absolutely loved reading about. Short book but worth the read.

    Favourite Quote: "It' worth it you know," said Alex, smiling into my eyes. "What is?" I said. His thumb moved slowly over my cheek. "All of this. Having you. It's worth - anything."I have found another awesome angel book. Last year it seemed I was having the worst run with angel themed books. They were all a little too similar and I was thinking maybe they weren't for me. But Angel is nothing like any other angel book I have read before. Not only does it have a unique concept but has great blend [...]

    This brilliant, action packed page turner will have you on the edge of your seat craving for more!! This is a MUST READ for 2011!!!This story is about a girl named Willow, who isn’t the typical high school student from Pawtucket, a sleepy little town crouched in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. Willow has always been able to read people by touching them and by doing so she can see into their future. The story starts off with a classmate of Willow’s wanting a reading. Willow was fee [...]

    My bar for ranking new angel books is admittedly low--I mean, look at the comps and see the lack of competition. Until Unearthly, I was beginning to think it may be impossible to write a decent angel book. Out of all paranormal creatures, angels have received the worse treatment in YA books BY FAR. I won't go into the examples--we all know what they are.With Angel Burn, I was pleasantly surprised. The wearisome elements plaguing other angel books (TSTL heroines, creepy obsessive love interests, [...]

    Terrible. Simply terrible. The switching view points was the worst especially since one of them was annoying as heck. I probably would have finished it if it was just written in Alex's perspective. There needs to be more books from a guys perspective. All these girls POV's are getting on my nerves. They are all the same "we're sooo unique!" Then they turn around and do everything every other YA Main Character does. x_xWorst of all, 30 pages in and there wasn't even a hint at a plot! I'd imagine [...]

    Angel Burn by L.A. WeatherlyFirst in the Angel Trilogy5 starsWillow has always known she was different from other girls and just because she’s a pro at fixing cars. Willow can see the future and know people’s dreams, hopes, regrets, and their paths that can be taken just by touching them. She doesn’t know where this power came from. Alex, an assassin, knows. Alex isn’t just any assassin he’s an AK (Angel Assassin). Angels aren’t heavenly beings they suck out human energy leaving canc [...]

    TBR Reduce Challenge #15- 2011 (Stefanie) I've read a lot of Angel books and sometimes I find ones that has a different take on the traditional lore. But, Angel is probably the most unique of them all, and while I'm not use to seeing angels as the bad guys, being hunted, I still think this was an excellent concept. Mix it with suspense, grip and forbidden love and how could I resist?Fresh, smart and fantastic! Can't wait to read the next book; Angel Fire!

    14/01/2013Proud owner of the audiobook as well! I was waiting for this book months and the moment i grap it i have no idea what happend and i held back on reading it at least 2 weeks!I wish i wouldnt done it to be honest because simply i was thrilled with the book!Yes you may heard right that the book is for an angel and it might sound to you similiar with some other book you might read recently!But i personally enjoy it and in fact i finished in 3 nights ending with red eyes without proper slee [...]

    I bought this book from the Book Depo, since it's been released in the UK for several months now, but I didn't actually read the story until I had a copy of the US galley in hand. I'm not sure why I waited so long, my fellow UK bloggers had all but demanded that I read this book! I am a fan of the US cover over the UK one though! Though they both are beautiful.Angel Burn is unlike any angel themed story I've read. When I think of angels I think of goodness and white lights healing touches, yada [...]

    I was really excited to pick up Angel. I'd been craving a YA angel book, and had one of those rare psychic moments where it gives you the link to a book that's currently on sale, and doesn't sound too bad. Angel isn't a bad read, but it has some pretty glaring flaws here and there, but I ultimately didn't finish it because it just wasn't my cup of tea and I found myself incredibly bored by it.My main problem was with the characterisation. Both Willow and Alex felt like stereotypes when we were [...]

    Posted on K-Booksk-booksxo/2011/09There are no words I could possibly say to get across the feelings I felt while reading this book. It left me completely and utterly speechless and the book I read afterwards I couldn't even concentrate on as all I could think about was this story.Willow is half-angel, she has always had these powers that she has never understood or known why. Her mother can't speak to her and half the time doesn't even know who Willow is. That all changed when she meets the mys [...]

    A solid 3.5 stars. This was actually a pretty good book. At first glance, a lot of people would be turned off by what seems to be a cheesy, somewhat overdone plot line and a predictable romantic premise. But don't be fooled--underneath all of that is a gem of YA storytelling. 1. I admit I initially stereotyped the protagonists at first. The male lead is a badass, which set off alarms in my mind because usually the "bad boy" is so badly, one-dimensionally written that he quickly loses his appeal. [...]

    I think I prefer the UK cover to the US one but they both have their positives, I guess.I’m a bit wary of angel books because they can either be exceptionally good, Unearthly, or absolutely terrible, Hush, Hush. Angel Burn falls somewhere in the middle; nothing offensive but doesn’t evolve past being anything more than pleasant. There’s a lot of good things to say about this book though. Willow being savvy at fixing cars? Fantastic! And the whole angel mythology doesn’t revolve around he [...]

    2.5 STARSThough truth be told, coming in, I did have some high expectations seeing as I've read the better angel books ahead of reading this.Angel Burn has quite the interesting twist in the angels sub-genre in that instead of having the usual religious backstory, angels are featured as beautiful, alien-like beings who come from a dying world and has come to our own using humans as sort of energy sources much like parasites. Shades of The Matrix' mythology now that I think about it. The title ac [...]

    This review is somewhat spoilerish be warnedI am so confused with how I feel about this book. I liked it, but there are just a few things that I am not comfortable/used to and that makes it hard for me. I went with a 4 star because the concept is very original and I have to give the author major props for looking outside the box.Story first, Willow is not your ordinary girl. First of all she is a mechanic and no I am not being sexist I just haven't read many books where the heroine works on cars [...]

    My Thoughts: I may or may not have hit the ceiling when I got approved for Angel Burn. EVIL. ANGELS. YOU. GUYS. And it's a loooooong read, so I was all prepared and shaking in anticipating for some detailed, delicious storytelling and slow-building of a lahve story. Well, I was partially right. I was so intrigued by the idea of a deceptive Church of Angels. I did enjoy the fact that we not only got a first person account from Willow, but also third person points of view from Alex, Jonah (the ang [...]

    This is without doubt my favourite book!Cover: I love both the UK and US versions of this book. I think the girl on the cover of the UK is a perfect Willow and is how I imagined the character to look which makes a change from covers that look nothing like the character they are meant to be. Plot: Alex kills angels. They're not as we know angels but killers that feed off of our life energy. His next assignment is to kill Willow Fieldsbut she's like nothing he's ever seen before- half angel, half [...]

    It has been awhile since I read a book that I was completely absorbed in! This book will be released in May 2011 and I guarentee that it is one for anyone whom loves the YA genre to look out for. The author has a great storyline and one that is unique.Willow is a teenager that finds herself a little awkward. She dresses quirky and enjoys working on cars. Alex is an AK (angel killer). He had grown up in a camp that trained people for angel hunting and killing. Their worlds collide when Alex is gi [...]

    Review can be found at themidnightreaders/This book surprised me, I was completely expecting to hate it after 30 pages when the POV had shifted a million times but, surprisingly, I loved it. It reminded me a little of the Host and a little of the TV show supernatural.Alex is an Angel Killer. Forced into a life of hunting Angels by his father after an Angel killed his mother (see the resemblances here!) he finds himself isolated and alone after the CIA take over the operation and force all the An [...]

    This story is not about angels, it is not about saving the world; it is about two teenagers who fall in love at first sight. I thought this book was going to be good but it wasn't, a quite long book that focused almost entirely on the relationship aspect of the novel, ignoring the plot to serve their relationship.Not that even their relationship was done well, the two of them have just met, and after a week together are claiming to be in love. There is no real build up; one minute they loathe ea [...]

    Yet another hokey, cheesy, plot-hole ridden story about evil angels ::cough:: Hush Hush, Crescendo::cough::I picked up Angel Burn because it was on sale at the bookstore. It looked good. I should have done my research. And I forgot I don't like angel books. Gag.At first, It was an okay book —just every so once in a while there's some painfully bad writing. "Like a puma lying in the sunlight" you get the drift. It just makes me think the book wasn't edited very well. And the book changes voice [...]

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars. This book gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “touched by an angel”.Because as we learn in the book’s opening pages, angels? Will bad touch you to death. Angels aren’t guardians of humanity or messengers of God; they are inter-dimensional beings who feed on our life force, causing serious physical and mental illnesses in the people they’ve fed from. (Sort of like Glory in Buffy, Season Five.) It’s called “angel burn”, and though the people burned by [...]

    One of my favorite story lines doesn’t come from a book. It comes from the 80s: the story of John Connor (enpedia/wiki/John_Connor). Well, I should say the idea comes from the 80s, but I prefer the more recent versions of John Connor. I like my John Connor to grow from adorable Thomas Dekker into a rugged Christian Bale.Time travel is always really hard for me to grasp. I end up trying to overanalyze it, so I can’t get into the story. Not with John Connor (even though I can’t quite underst [...]

    Willow’s life is a struggle. She lives with her mom, who is suffering from some form of mental illness and her Aunt, a woman that reminds Willow daily how much of a burden Willow is on her time and resources.To help with the finances, Willow fixes cars (not a common occupation for a girl) and does psychic readings (again, not a common occupation for a girl). The problem with Willow is her psychic readings are real. Since she was a small child, Willow could “read” people. It is a psychic re [...]

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