Demons & Angels

Walking Between Worlds Book 1

Fiction - Supernatural
272 Pages
Reviewed on 08/12/2016
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Author Biography

Jay Norry, aka J.K. Norry, is the multi-genre author of several books, many blog posts, and a few short stories.

He wrote his first book in his early twenties. After sitting on the manuscript for almost ten years, Stumbling Backasswards Into the Light was finally published via a small press in January 2012. Jay wrote his next book shortly after, and published Demons & Angels (Walking Between Worlds, Book I) through Sudden Insight Publishing in December 2014.

Since then he's written a lot of books.

Jay lives in the hottest part of Northern California with his wife Dawn and their furry little princess Ximena. While he spends most of his hours on the side porch writing books, he also enjoys ticking items off his unending to-do list, drinking good scotch, and dreaming up future home projects.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite

Demons & Angels by J.K. Norry is a supernatural/paranormal fiction and the first book in the Walking Between Worlds series. Demons & Angels will appeal most to an audience made up of young adults and adults who enjoy exploring different angles of the supernatural and the paranormal. The story follows main character Paul as his life is changed forever when he learns the secrets of the hidden world between worlds. However, his entrance into this new world and way of living may mean losing the one person he truly loves forever.

Demons & Angels (Walking Between Worlds Book 1) by J.K. Norry reminds me of a mix between the TV show Supernatural and the movie Green Lantern. The settings remind me of Supernatural with the whole heaven and hell angle, while the main character, Paul, reminds me a bit of Hal Jordan in the Green Lantern with how both of their lives are changed and they gain new weapons. I have to say that I truly enjoyed reading Demons & Angels by J.K. Norry once I was able to rationalize it as just fiction and separate religion from it. The dialogues were all well written and the scenes blended together nicely in a way that did not leave any plot holes.