Angelsong: A Song of Riddles and Dragons (Dark Angel #3) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Israel lies dying from a poisoned knife wound. To save him, Alyx needs Mayrekk’s help and the knowledge contained within the Threads of Dark.

But Mayrekk remains imprisoned in Michaelea, being punished for his hand in Alyx’s escape, and Michael himself guards the key to Mayrekk’s freedom. And the Threads of Dark is kept within a secret chamber deep under the Archives of Urielos, a Seraphim city clinging to cliffs somewhere along the coast of Italy. Even if Alyx does manage to ...

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Angelsong: A Song of Riddles and Dragons (Dark Angel #3)

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Overview

Israel lies dying from a poisoned knife wound. To save him, Alyx needs Mayrekk’s help and the knowledge contained within the Threads of Dark.

But Mayrekk remains imprisoned in Michaelea, being punished for his hand in Alyx’s escape, and Michael himself guards the key to Mayrekk’s freedom. And the Threads of Dark is kept within a secret chamber deep under the Archives of Urielos, a Seraphim city clinging to cliffs somewhere along the coast of Italy. Even if Alyx does manage to find a way into the city, the chamber is guarded by ancient riddles and deadly traps.

Can Alyx rescue Mayrekk and retrieve the Threads of Dark before Israel slips away?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045358972
  • Publisher: Hanna Peach
  • Publication date: 10/19/2013
  • Series: Dark Angel , #3
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 128,816
  • File size: 416 KB

Meet the Author

Hanna began to write at the tender age of seven, starting with a daring and questionable autobiography entitled Go Suck a Lemon. Since then her writing (and subject matter) has improved. Drastically.

She is now the bestselling author of the Bound romantic suspense series (Bound by Lies reached #18 Amazon Bestseller Overall in August 2014), and the Dark Angel fantasy series (Angelfire: Warriors of Fire and Steel reached #1 Amazon Fantasy Bestseller in October 2013 and her Dark Angel Books 1-3 Box Set reached #1 Amazon Fantasy Bestseller in June 2014).

Eternally restless, Hanna has lived in Indonesia, Australia, Germany, Scotland and England and is currently residing somewhere on the dramatic and inspiring coast of Croatia. She is addicted to coffee and chocolate and would one day like to own a dragon.

To WIN a copy of her next release go to www.hannapeach.com.

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  • Posted August 6, 2014

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    Angelsong: Dark Angel #3 by Hanna Peach  Alyx is facing

    Angelsong: Dark Angel #3 by Hanna Peach 








    Alyx is facing overwhelming odds yet again in this third book of the Dark Angel series. Israel’s fate, as well as the Free Thinkers, rest solely on her shoulders to stop the prophecy. Alyx is grief stricken as Israel lies dying from a poisoned knife wound intended for Adere. The plot takes an unexpected twist early in the story that allows Alyx to fully concentrate on all the tasks at hand without distraction. This allows the story to move fast and furious as Alyx and Jordon proceed to Michaelea to locate and free Mayrekk, who hopefully knows how to cure Israel of the demon poison that is slowly killing him. Before they even have time to mentally process all the events in Michaelea they are off to locate a secret chamber in Urielos to retrieve the scroll of the Threads of Dark.




    The elements of this story are complex and multi-layered. The action and fight scenes are tense and well-choreographed. Secondary characters are brought more fully into focus, which adds more dimension to the story. However, the spotlight is directed towards the relationship developing between Alyx and Jordon. They are both learning to depend on and trust each other as their shields to protect their hearts begin to crumble. As obstacles rise during their mission, it is evident that their strengths lie in different areas and they are stronger working together. The dialogue, as they verbally spar, is realistic and entertaining. Ms. Peach has developed quite a love triangle and I am not sure who I want Alyx to end up with at this point. There is no way Alyx can ignore the love she feels for Jordon now that he has bared his soul to her and she is forever bound to Israel as his guardian. Israel was raised by humans, he sees it as his job to protect Alyx, because he loves her deeply. Alyx was raised to be a warrior and her duty to protect comes first, even while she is torn between two very different lovers. I must also add there is a hell-of-a cliffhanger at the end of this book as Alyx goes to extreme measures to save Israel.




    FYI: This is book 3 in the Dark Angel series, these stories build upon one another so it is important to read Angelfire and Angelstone first.
    Format/Typo Issues: I noted a small number of minor proofing issues.
    **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy.**

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  • Posted November 21, 2013

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    Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite In Angelsong,

    Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite

    In Angelsong, the third book in Hanna Peach's Dark Angel series, Israel is dying from a poisoned knife wound. If Alyx wants to save him, she'll have to go back to the Seraphim society and get Mayrekk's help as well as the knowledge contained inside the Threads of Dark. Getting back inside will be far from easy as she will have to dodge Elder Michael's wrath as well as outsmart a plethora of ancient riddles and booby-traps. It's a race against time and the only important question is. . . will Alyx make it? Filled with shocking revelations, a bittersweet love, and loads of action, Angelsong raises the bar in the Dark Angel series.

    While the first two books in the series concentrated mainly on the brewing war between angels and demons and the corruption going on in the Seraphim society, Angelsong concentrates more on the romance. Any Dark Angel fan who happens to be Team Jordan will be happy to know that after an accidental encounter with a Memory Thief, Alyx's feelings for Jordan begin to grow. The writing in the third book is well done, concise, and original. The character motivations feel more organic instead of trapped by literary conventions and archetypes. The revelations aren't as easily apparent and there were quite a few that I really didn't see coming. There were also seeds planted that promise to grow into epic fruition in the coming book and I can't wait to find out what happens next.

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