Angelstone: Thieves of Black Stone (Dark Angel #2) [NOOK Book]

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The sequel to Angelfire (Dark Angel #1).
After escaping from the Hollows, Jordan takes Alyx and Israel to Aradale, a secret Rogue community, where they appear to be safe − for now. But did they bring the enemy with them? “Mini”, the strange and speechless young girl they rescued from the Hollows, is not as she seems. Why was Elder Michael keeping her locked up? What is she hiding?
Out in the mortal cities, pieces of Black Stone, the only ...

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Angelstone: Thieves of Black Stone (Dark Angel #2)

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Overview

The sequel to Angelfire (Dark Angel #1).
After escaping from the Hollows, Jordan takes Alyx and Israel to Aradale, a secret Rogue community, where they appear to be safe − for now. But did they bring the enemy with them? “Mini”, the strange and speechless young girl they rescued from the Hollows, is not as she seems. Why was Elder Michael keeping her locked up? What is she hiding?
Out in the mortal cities, pieces of Black Stone, the only material that can disrupt the angels’ healing abilities, continue to be stolen to make weapons for Samyara’s dark army. Alyx and her friends must stop them, but this means infiltrating holy and guarded places to steal the Black Stone − a monastery in remote China, a mosque in Saudi Arabia, an art gallery in Florence and a cathedral in Peru.
Can they win this deadly race against the Darkened?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045341639
  • Publisher: Hanna Peach
  • Publication date: 10/12/2013
  • Series: Dark Angel , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 113,846
  • 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 2, 2014

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    I received this book for my honest review thru Lovers of Paranor

    I received this book for my honest review thru Lovers of Paranormal. Oh My Gosh I love this series! This world Hanna created is awesome if your into the Paranormal, Angels, Demons, mortals... There is lots of action with a great plot. I loved how this book starts off right where book 1 ended. On to book3 :)

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  • Posted April 13, 2014

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    Angelstone (Dark Angel #2) by Hanna Peach Angelstone starts off

    Angelstone (Dark Angel #2) by Hanna Peach
    Angelstone starts off where Angelfire left off. Alyx, with Jordan’s help, is learning to refine and control her new powers by manipulating the DreamScape, but she must get a handle on her anger. I liked that the fact that these angels are imperfect beings. They are not all-knowing and they each have their own strengths and weaknesses.




    The plot in Angelstone is fast moving with a lot of twists and turns as Alyx, Jordan, and Israel stumble through relationship problems. The die is cast with Alyx as Israel's guardian, but how personal that relationship becomes remains to be seen. As Israel learns more about who he really is there is a lot of emotional turmoil. Can you imagine how hard it would be to standup against an angel? I really liked that Israel is coming into his own in this book. Jordan also has an eye for Alyx, who may actually be a better match for her since he is Seraphim, but the chemistry isn't there like it is with Israel.




    Keeping Samyara from stealing the remaining pieces of Black Stone is the main plot thread in this book though. Samyara is a shifty devil and seems to be one step ahead of our heroes. Several things turn dark and deadly even though new alliances have been made and should have been called upon but never were. Things are always darkest before the dawn, right? Old friends are brought back into the story where the angels may be over extending their welcome by putting them in danger. Honestly, you would think that some of the older angels may have offered a better suggestion here, but Alyx seems to be calling all the shots. The end of this book is devastating and abrupt with a huge cliffhanger.




    FYI: Angelstone is the sequel to Angelfire (Dark Angel #1).




    Format/Typo Issues: No significant errors in editing or formatting.




    **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy.** April 6, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2014

    This just keeps getting better

    Alright read bk 2 can't wait to see how the angel an humans finally get ro defeat the demons

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  • Posted November 18, 2013

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    Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite In Angelstone

    Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite

    In Angelstone, the second book in the Dark Angel series by Hanna Peach, Alyx a Seraphim, and Israel, part mortal, part demon, finally make it to Aradale, a secret Rogue community. But even though they are safe in hiding, BlackStone, the only material that is able to seriously harm angels continues to get stolen and forged into deadly weapons by Samyara and his army of Darkened. Now it's a race against time as Alyx and her friends must get to the prized material first. Fast paced and filled with daring escapes and shocking plot twists, Angelstone is sure to bring new fans to the series.

    Angelstone was a fantastic read that went by even faster than the first book. Fans of angel and demon fantasy will quickly tear through the pages. While in Angelfire we learned about the Seraphim society as they wanted to appear, in Angelstone, and through Alyx's interactions at the secret Rogue community we learn the level of the Seraphim society's degeneration.

    Alyx and Israel learn to trust each other as their romance builds, so the pages are filled with a lot of misunderstandings and petty jealousies at first and a potential love triangle gets thrown into the mix. But all that drama flies out the window at the cliffhanger of an ending which should have Hanna Peach fans clamoring for the third book in the Dark Angel series.

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