Apocalypse of Angels by Harmony Lawson Camille Harper, about to finish high school,
can see angels all aroundher. They appear to
watch her. She has been able to see angels from birth, and while she is amused by this ability,
she just wants a normal life with friends, family,
and good times. Why can she see angels? She doesn't
know, but she believes the knowledge will change everything. Then she witnesses a confrontation
between a beautifulangel and a dark winged creature.
The strange event will signal the end of normal life.
Did the strange beings know she could see them? Her friends want her to sneak out to an abandoned
house for parties, but her instincts scream “NO!” Something
is not right about the place. The hip new guy in school,
Earl, wants to date, but she is afraid he will disturb her
circle of friends, and there is something not right about him. Her parents aren’t doing well together.
And whatever strange plot is developing, her sister may
be in the middle. Now, for the first time, Camille Harper
is interacting with angels face to face. This is
incredible, but when Jason Waters enters her life, she gets more than she bargained for. Her strange ability
complicates life on a whole new level. Camille and
Jason enter an exciting but forbidden relationship.
Strange beings present danger. What’s a Nephilim? What
are fallen angels up to? Jason believes something is strange with Earl, but Jason is hiding things from
Camille as well. Which one is right for her? Are they
both trying to possess her for supernatural reasons?
Camille just wants to make it through the year and graduate
from high school, but changes are leading up to some apocalyptic event. Can Camille continue Seeing Angels
without her life going to Hell? This is a great read. I enjoyed it a lot. It's more
along the youngadult level than I usually read, but
well worth reading if you like paranormal stories.
The story kept you wondering til the very end. This is the first book I've read by this author but
I'd love to try another. I rate this book 4 stars Jennifer Wadkins
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