Angelborn (The Eternal Flame Series, #1)

Angelborn (The Eternal Flame Series, #1)

by L. Penelope

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BN ID: 2940152139013
Publisher: Heartspell Media
Publication date: 04/29/2015
Series: Eternal Flame Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 618,802
File size: 442 KB

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Angelborn 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MBurton More than 1 year ago
ARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. What a great story! This is very different to anything I've read and I was highly engrossed with the characters. I was rooting for Maia the whole way. Her life was so tragic with the ability to see the dead and then to fall for a halfling who was a soulmate to another was heartbreaking. I was so intrigued to find out how it would all come together in the end. I'm so glad to find out Wren has his own story just because I want to read more about this world.
BlowPop More than 1 year ago
I adored this book. Yeah I've enjoyed everything so far that I've read from this author but that's because her world building is great. Like with this book. I personally, don't believe in anything supernatural-y or the concept of angels/demons/heaven/hell/etc but with how real her world building is, while I was reading it I could lose myself and pretend it was real. It wasn't overly fantastical in that whole "there's no way this could ever happen because this doesn't exist". Like I was kind of sceptical going into this book. I KNEW I would enjoy it yes. But I didn't think I'd enjoy it as much as I did. It had enough based in reality that I sat there and went y'know this COULD potentially happen. And I really enjoy books like that. Even if they're fantasy books. They nicely blur the line between fantasy and reality. Don't get me wrong, I also like books that take place in a completely fantastical fantasy world that's completely improbable. But for a book like this, having it grounded enough in reality that it seems probable was definitely the best choice for this book. Read the full review here: