Angelstone

Dark Angel #2 (Urban Fantasy)

Young Adult - Sci-Fi
314 Pages
Reviewed on 11/13/2013
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Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite

In Angelstone, the second book in the Dark Angel series by Hanna Peach, Alyx a Seraphim, and Israel, part mortal, part demon, finally make it to Aradale, a secret Rogue community. But even though they are safe in hiding, BlackStone, the only material that is able to seriously harm angels continues to get stolen and forged into deadly weapons by Samyara and his army of Darkened. Now it's a race against time as Alyx and her friends must get to the prized material first. Fast paced and filled with daring escapes and shocking plot twists, Angelstone is sure to bring new fans to the series.

Angelstone was a fantastic read that went by even faster than the first book. Fans of angel and demon fantasy will quickly tear through the pages. While in Angelfire we learned about the Seraphim society as they wanted to appear, in Angelstone, and through Alyx's interactions at the secret Rogue community we learn the level of the Seraphim society's degeneration.

Alyx and Israel learn to trust each other as their romance builds, so the pages are filled with a lot of misunderstandings and petty jealousies at first and a potential love triangle gets thrown into the mix. But all that drama flies out the window at the cliffhanger of an ending which should have Hanna Peach fans clamoring for the third book in the Dark Angel series.