Angel Armor: Just a Boyby Lewis J. Lovhaug
Louis Williamson is not like most other teenagers: he's an eccentric Christian optimist. However, that's not what makes him special. What makes him special is that on a world full of magic, heroes, and evil, Louis is a prophesized hero called the 'Linkara' and is destined to defeat a great Darkness, fight off an army of Dark Knights, and end a 300-year war by using an armor that was imbued by angels. How does Louis react to the news? Only one word sums it up: groovy.
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)
- Age Range:
- 13 - 17 Years
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I really did not like this book. I got it as a gift and thought from the back cover it may be interesting. However, I was let down. The writing was overall pretty weak and hardly engaging. I found some of the characters offensive and unrealistic. The grammer and diction in the book were also below par. Overall is was an unstatisfactory read.
I read this book in two days, despite a busy schedule, because it was just that good that I couldn't put it down. The book focuses on a 14-year-old boy named Louis who is thrust into a world that he is the savior of. The fact that Louis is 14 is made this book incredibly enjoyable. Louis is still a young teenager but he has the maturity, wisdom, and mentality that most books usually reserve for an adult. I was also amazed by the creativity of the author, who created an entire, three-dimensional world that completely blows my mind. I am not a frequent reader of fantasy genre novels, by I was amazed by the complexity of the world created as the setting of this book. In conclusion, I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a good story or adventure, especially if you'd like to be entertained by wit and language.
Ugg. Simply put, as said by another reviewer, this book leaves much to be desired. If you squint carefully, it has potential... but not much beyond that. If you truly feel the need to read it, I recomend checking it out from the library.
I never thought something published could be so horrible. Flat, uninteresting, and /needs/ a good editor. If I could give this a 0, i would.
How to sum this book up in one word? Bad. Just don't read it, you will be happier that way.
Mr. Lovhaug presents an extremely enticing story, that hooks the reader from the start. Angel Armor seems to be on par with Lord of The Rings.