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She Speaks to Angels [NOOK Book]

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What if everything you believed was a lie?

A Suicide
Seventeen year old Allison Maney attends Millennium High School in Manhattan. Nothing out of the ordinary, unless you consider the occasional suicides at the school. At least that is what everyone is told, what everyone believes. But Tommy Bachelor was a popular football player; why would he jump off the roof of the school?...

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She Speaks to Angels

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Overview

What if everything you believed was a lie?

A Suicide
Seventeen year old Allison Maney attends Millennium High School in Manhattan. Nothing out of the ordinary, unless you consider the occasional suicides at the school. At least that is what everyone is told, what everyone believes. But Tommy Bachelor was a popular football player; why would he jump off the roof of the school?

Dangerous Liaisons
When Dameon pays attention to Ali, she couldn't be more excited, because for the past three months he was all she could think about. But now that Dameon is finally pining for her affections, she is becoming more and more wrapped up in a clique of three who, as new transfers to the school, are proving to be trouble. But at least Dameon loves her, doesn't he?

A Soul Purpose
The underworld of angels and demons have one thing on their mind: Earth. Demons want to do what they want. Angels want to protect humans from these rogue angels, AKA: Demons

A Suspenseful Romance
Caught between Dameon and Kian, the suicide and the clique of three, Ali doesn’t know who to trust…or who to love, because for Allison Maney, everything is not exactly what it seems.

"I tried not to sound hysterical,
but it’s not every day you find out the paranormal is hunting you."

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045587099
  • Publisher: Ami Blackwelder
  • Publication date: 1/16/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 325 KB

Meet the Author

Ami Blackwelder writes YA and Tween Paranormals and some Scifi. She also has some shorts, poetry, and children books

Becca Blackwelder writes religious and spiritual books.

Rebecca May writes historical and contemporary

Mia Black writes thrillers primarily in the scifi or paranormal genre, but also contemporary.

"I'm extremely impressed with the quality of your writing and the range of your storytelling. Feel free to send script when you're done.”-John McLaughlin (One of the screen writers for Black Swan, and Great Gasby)

The Gate of Lake Forest -"I must say I could not put them down. I read the first book in one night; I know my students would love to hear more about your books.”-Charla VandeBerg (Raymond B. Stewart Middle School in Zephyrhills)

Shifter Evolutions -"This is a fast-moving story, never a dull moment. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it.” -Imogen Rose (Author of Portal Chronicles)

‘This is a very well structured piece of writing. I very much like how you create the opening atmosphere using a good range of strong sensory descriptions. Very powerful! Also what is very good is the suspense you build by what you don’t tell. this sets up the storyline so very well. You build a very credible character in April. Great narrative, great dialogue, great book!’ -Famlavan

‘The pitch is great and the writing solid. The imagery is touchable with fluid narrative. The secret is well revealed and I liked the fact it came as a surprise to the character too. You can almost feel there is another world shivering in the background waiting to pounce.’ -Owen Quinn

‘Wow. This is a good story. I like the way you hint in chapter one that something big is wrong with April but then take your time revealing that - makes this a suspenseful read. It also makes April a sympathetic character, because she's as in the dark as much as your reader in the beginning. Well done.’ -Burgio

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  • Posted April 17, 2014

    Angelfire Chronicles 1: She Speaks to Angels I liked this book.

    Angelfire Chronicles 1: She Speaks to Angels

    I liked this book. The storyline was unique and I liked the mystery that was mixed into the beginning of the story. I like the chances that her and her friends take to figure out what is going on, especially when they think that something just isn't right. I liked the unexpected twists and turns that happen throughout the book.

    But...

    This is a YA book and I highly enjoy this genre, but (there's that but again) I was not a typical high school kid, I guess, because some of the things, like always wanting to be kissed (and thinking about how attracted to someone she is - ok, we get it!!), the lack of concentration on important topics, the childish behavior between best friends, and love triangles are all completely alien to me. (I don't even remember my friends being that way and probably would have stopped being friends with them if this was the way they acted.) Talking this out with my mom, she says I can't hate the book because of that stuff - and I agree - but I can write in my review that I disliked all of that malarky. The rest of the story does make up for it, though. The adventure kept me reading and will keep me reading the rest of the series.

    I do want to point out that, at the end of the book, she includes "Discussion Questions." I actually think that authors who write for this age group should utilize this tool to help with recalling what they read and she did a good job with them.

    (Note: There are some editing issues, which I brought to the attention of the the author.)

    Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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