5 Dec 2013

WW4BB & BNT Presents: A Spotlight & Review on Angel Fever By L.A. Weatherly

Posted by wiccawitch4 on 12:00:00 am

As half-angel Willow strives to save the world from her parasitic otherworldly kin, romance and tension heat up to a climactic finale.
In the devastated remains of the world, millions of people live in “refugee” camps provided by the angels who have all but enslaved humanity. As this angelic stranglehold tightens, Willow and Alex are recruiting and training new Angel Killers while struggling to hold ground on the celestial battlefield. But Willow continues to have feelings for Seb, and her love and resolve are tested as a shattering revelation sends Alex on a separate journey. Now that the final battle versus the angels is about to begin-and the fate of the world hangs in the balance-each of them must face the consequences of their own choices. Will love endure? Will the human race survive?

My Review

Angel Fever by L.A. Weatherly
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Best book of the Series! I couldn't put this one down! L.A. Weatherly is amazingly talented and the Angel Series one of my Favourites! The twists and turns in this book will keep you on your toes, and literally on the edge of you seat the entire book! this was a amazing ending to an incredible series!

As half-angel Willow strives to save the world from her parasitic otherworldly kin, romance and tension heat up to a climactic finale.

The World is left in chaos after the devastation in Mexico and the war between the Angel fighters and the Angels. Now the Angels are herding the humans into "refugee camps" that have all of a sudden popped up all over the world. Now the Angel Fighters are more desperate then ever and Alex and Willow have gone into hiding in order to train more people to their cause, but will it ever be enough? for the Angels have found a way to bring thousands of their kind to our side and willow and Alex are fast running out of ideas on how to stop them.

Alex, Willow and Seb all living together under one roof has its challenges, Alex and Willow are more in love then ever and Alex and Seb have seem to become friends and put aside there differences. However Seb cannot let go of the love he has for Willow and even the beauty of another girl can't seen to distract him from it. Then Alex goes missing on a mission, Will this be Seb's chance to prove himself to Willow or will they find out they really are just friends after all?

I absolutely loved this book! it was my favourite of the series! it has so many interesting twist and turns and unexpected moments that I never saw coming! L.A. Weatherly is a wonderfully talented writer who makes you feel ever emotion of the characters and sit on the sedge of you seat biting your nails awaiting what is going to happen next!

My favourite character was Willows mom it was interesting to learn some more about her in this one and I think she was a interesting character. I think a book about her mother and her father and how they met and stuff would be an interesting read!

if you haven''t read the series yet do so now! TBR it today!

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“Stop!” bellowed a voice; Alex could hear feet pummeling the ground. “Stop or I’ll shoot!”
He won’t do it; they want to take Willow alive, thought Alex grimly.
Willow had kept up with him at first but was now lagging slightly behind. Alex dropped his pace to match hers, heard the soldier gaining on them.
“Keep going,” he said, pushing Willow ahead of him. “Do not pay attention to what’s happening to me; just go, go!”
Without waiting for her response, he spun to face the guy, lifting his rifle in the same second. He scattered the ground in front of the running soldier with a spray of bullets that spat at the earth, throwing up rapid clods of dirt. The man swore and stopped. The world burst into brightness as he trained the light directly on Alex.
Alex didn’t move, still holding his rifle at the ready. He couldn’t see the soldier in the glare but could hear his breathing. Up ahead, he was aware that Willow must have stopped, too; he couldn’t hear her running anymore. Damn it!
“Drop your weapon and get the hell out of here,” Alex ordered in a low voice.
“No way,” said the guy curtly. “Neither of you are going anywhere—just give up now.”
“Why, so we can be turned over to the angels?” retorted Alex. “Yeah, that sounds really appealing.”
The soldier started forward; Alex sent a muffled volley of bullets through the air, slicing them back and forth. The man jerked to a halt.
“I can’t see you very well with that light on me,” said Alex coldly. “But I’d estimate that was about a foot over your head. Want me to lower my aim and try again?”
The voice was hard. “Believe me, you’re just making things worse—” The soldier broke off with a cry; the light jerked in his grasp, swinging away from Alex in a wild arc. Willow’s angel had appeared in her most tangible form, diving straight at his face. The night plunged into darkness as the soldier dropped the flashlight; its beam bounced on the ground.
“Come on, hurry!” called Willow’s human voice from ahead.
Alex backed away a step, still aiming his rifle as Willow’s angel darted about the man, striving for his pistol. The guy kept trying to get a fix on her but couldn’t; her gleaming wings were batting at him, forcing him back. If he shoots her—if he hurts her in any way—
Willow appeared panting at Alex’s side; she grabbed his hand. “Now! She’ll catch up later!”
He hated it but knew it was their only chance. They took off again, tearing through the black night hand in hand, the moon swallowed up by the trees. Willow’s feet were drumming out a rhythmic beat; she stumbled briefly on a root, and Alex steadied her, neither of them stopping.
“It’s not much farther,” gasped out Willow. She motioned ahead. “Just up this way a little more; there’s a road. I think maybe we’ll be able to—”
Behind them came a rapid burst of gunfire.
Willow broke off; with an anguished cry, she staggered and sank to her knees. Alex crouched hastily beside her; she was moaning, clutching her head with both hands.
“You’re OK . . . you’re going to be OK,” he said, rubbing her wrists and hoping fervently it was true. Already, running footsteps were heading their way again.
Alex grabbed Willow’s pistol, then got her to her feet. She sagged against him; he could see her paleness even in the gloom. Before he could lift her into his arms, the soldier burst from the trees.
Whether by design or not, this time he held his light at an angle, so that Alex could see him now. He frowned as he took in Willow, drooping in the circle of Alex’s arm.
“What’s the deal with her?” he demanded.

“The deal is you made a big mistake when you hurt her,” said Alex in a low voice. “Drop your weapon, or I swear to God I’ll kill you.”

About the Author

L. A. Weatherly is the author of the bestselling Angel series, as well as almost 50 other books for children and teenagers. She’s originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, and lives in Hampshire, England with her husband. Her books have been translated into over 10 different languages.





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