Broken Wings by Shannon Dittemore, Book Two of The Angel Eyes Trilogy
Genre- Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Christian / Fantasy
Published by- Thomas Nelson
Number of pages- 212
Age Group- Young Adult
Description of Book- paperback, list price $9.99, ISBN 978-1-4016-8637-6
Brielle and her boyfriend, Jake, are the focus of the Prince of Darkness, because Jake has healing hands and Brielle can see through the Terrestrial Veil. They don’t know it though.
Brielle can see the Celestial world along side with ours. She knows something is going to happen, but she doesn’t know what. Jake has been keeping something from her. Her father has started drinking again and dating a young woman who Brielle finds very creepy.
Will she be able to fix the problems or will the Prince of Darkness take over her town of Stratus.
Author- Shannon Dittemore currently lives in California with her husband and two children. She has gone to Portland Bible College, performing with the theater, and focusing on youth and young adult ministries.
My Thoughts- This is the second book in The Angel Eyes Trilogy and the only one I have read. I would recommend reading the other book first, because I feel like I missed out on some important facts.
I thought it was interesting that author, Shannon Dittemore included a halo that also worked as a bracelet and a boyfriend for Brielle that was not an angel.
I know that angels are important in our lives, but I think that a relationship involving God is so much more important. It would have been better if there had been more emphasis on a human’s relationship with God. I don’t understand how there could be such an emphasis on angels and not God.
This book was well written. I would recommend this book to those who like reading about romance and angels. The rest of you, my readers, may not want to read this book.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Broken Wings by Shannon Dittemore for free from the publisher through the BookSneeze Review Bloggers Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.