Monolith (Angel Series)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780689870224
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/1/2004
  • Series: Angel Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • Age range: 16 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 4.16 (w) x 7.02 (h) x 0.93 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2004


    This book was one of the best that I have read. It has my favorite character Connor in it. I think that everyone should read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2004

    An action packed Angel thrill-ride┬┐

    A chilling stone monolith carved with two demonic faces has arisen in the middle of Hollywood Boulevard, leaving many interpretations of it¿s actual cause. Some believe it is nothing more than an elaborate publicity stunt for a new horror movie, while religious extremists believe it¿s the sign of an upcoming apocalypse. The Angel Investigations team though come to truly understand the full extent of the threat that the monolith poses to mankind. And with Hyconian demons causing havoc through the streets of L.A., it soon becomes clear that differences will have to be set aside if they¿re to come out victorious. Angel: Monolith is a heart pounding, thrill-packed, adventure in Joss Whedon¿s Angel-verse as seen through the observant eyes of the Bram Stoker Award-winning horror author, John Passarella. Passarella has seamlessly handled the tricky task of bringing life to these characters and situations within the pages of his novel while adding his own unique sense of style to make an instant lasting impact. What makes this novel extra better is the fact that it¿s written through the pen (or PC) of a fellow fan who has obviously paid serious attention to the way the characters behave down to the even slightest of details. The action is cranked high throughout but really takes an epic turn in it¿s final pages in which Angel and co. can¿t seem to stay six feet away from danger. This isn¿t the only brilliant factor though in this outstanding novel. The character involvement is far superior to that of any other Angel novels as Passarella has cleverly placed his story in a complex time for it¿s characters during it¿s fourth season. This leaves a much stronger plot for the author to develop his story around, one in which relationship triangles and un-easy bonds between characters are tested to their furthest limits, especially that of the two central characters, Angel and his demon-hunting son Connor. The plot that Passarella has cleverly weaved within the current situation with the Television show is unlike any other previously experienced and you¿re guaranteed not to read anything like it anywhere else. Novels by John Passarella always leave a strong sense of satisfaction behind long after you¿ve passed the final pages and undoubtedly, Angel: Monolith is no exception of this. Passarella has perfectly struck the right balance between thrilling action and a strong story making this Angel novel much more widely appealing as a whole than any other, action-heavy, novels. Angel: Monolith is an essential purchase for every Angel fan¿s collection. Highly recommended. Buy it now!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2004

    Very well done...

    Set sometime in the time period between Connor's return from the alternate dimension and Cordellia's pregnancy, Monolith returns fans of the unfortunately cancelled series to a familiar world. As usual, Armegeddon is on the horizon, this time its heralds are a band of demons that must be killed in a certain order to die permanently and a giant monolith in the middle of LA. Only our heroes fully realize what's going on; an ancient demon is trying to take over the world. The ritual sacrifices are complete, and now all that needs to happen is for Hell to break loose, literally. Angel and Connor must set aside their parental issues and fight together to keep Earth out of demonic hands. It won't be easy, it may even cost a few lives. ............... **** Reading this book is like seeing an episode in 4 D. Not only can you picture the action in your mind, but see inside the characters' minds. The sardonic wit that is Whedon's hallmark is perfectly captured here, along with all the angst and action. ****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2004

    I Loved It!!

    If you miss watching the TV series 'Angel' I highly recommend reading MONOLITH. This book is set in early Season 4 when the main characters were all still good friends. I love the way that John Passarella captures the personality of all of the main characters. I love Connor in this book. He is written very well as a character that is conflicted, but is still lovable and sympathetic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2004

    Excellent Characterization

    I thought this book was excellent. All of the main characters from Season 4 of 'Angel' were included and are exceptionally well written. I especially loved the way that the author wrote Connor and the complicated father/son relationship between Connor and Angel. All of the relationships were handled very well including Fred's relationship with both Wes and Gunn and Angel's relationship with Cordelia. The action moved quickly and I enjoyed the story very much. It was wonderful to read about all of my Angelverse heroes working as a team to defeat evil.

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