The Afterlife of Alyx & Israel (Dark Angel #6)

The Afterlife of Alyx & Israel (Dark Angel #6)

by Hanna Peach

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Overview

Once upon a lifetime, Alyx & Israel lost each other...

In their new mortal lives, Alyx & Israel don't remember anything about their past. And they have never crossed paths. Until some old friends decide to secretly nudge destiny along, their efforts almost destroying everything...

Now Alyx's life lies in the balance, trapped in a coma deep within a DreamScape maze city. The only one who can help her escape is Israel, a man she doesn't remember. They need to find a mysterious Mapmaker and solve his riddle. But is the Mapmaker hiding something?

Although this book is set years after the Dark Angel saga, it can be read as a standalone.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781534673274
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/21/2016
Series: Dark Angel , #6
Pages: 230
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.52(d)

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The Afterlife of Alyx & Israel (Dark Angel #6) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was hooked from the start. This last book brought a great adventure to a peaceful end. What a wonderful trip to take.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the series, the characters were fresh and exciting.
Angels3 More than 1 year ago
As an ARC recipient, I anxiously awaited the release of this final installment in the story of Alyx & Israel :) ... and Hanna did not disappoint! The final book was worth the wait. I enjoyed each of the Dark Angel novels and this installment was a fabulous conclusion to the saga. Hanna is an author I now follow and I'm anxious to read more of her work - including more Dark Angel novels! (Although this book is considered standalone, reading the series made the book oh so much more...)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great ending to a magnificent series. The series is worth reading one after the other but also stand alone read as well - but you really will want to read the enter series!
Masbjs More than 1 year ago
This book is a standalone, however, I prefer to read it in conjunction with the "Dark Angel" series. Alyx and Israel.... what can I say, they are among my all-time favorite characters..... Hanna Peach, you are an amazing author and you have once again outdone yourself! To me, this was like a sliding doors scenario, we know what happens in the books, now what happens if they were mortal? They will always somehow be brought together like moths to a flame.... sigh... I love the Dark Angel world so I will continue to read everything that is released for it. Enjoy! I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
SouthernBookLove More than 1 year ago
I will start this by saying that I didn’t read the rest of the series, but after reading this, I DEFINITELY want to! If you are worried about reading this as a standalone like I was, don’t be! I was a little confused at the beginning but the story unfolds itself so that you get caught up to speed. This story was absolutely amazing and I’m surprised how much I enjoyed it because I’m not usually a fantasy fan. It was a good mix between fantasy and real-life, which I enjoyed the combination. The book really flowed and it grabs your attention with every page. I actually read it in one sitting because I just had to keep going to to see what would happen next. The characters were also wonderful. I had no problem feeling connected to both Alyx and Israel. They were both so stubborn at times, but they complimented each other seamlessly. I want to read the rest of the series because I would like to get to know more about Vix, Jordan, and Balthazar because you don’t get to know them too too much in this story. Sometimes I struggled a bit to visualize everything, but that did not keep me from liking the book any less. I actually think this story or series even, would be really interesting to see adapted into a movie because Hanna Peach has created such an interesting, creepy, and apocalyptic world in the Dream. The ending could not be more perfect either and I’m so happy with how Hanna Peach ended this. This book tore at my heart strings a few times, but overall I just really enjoyed it. If you enjoy fantasy books, you would definitely enjoy this, but even if you’re not into fantasy and love a good romance, I would highly recommend you try it! I can’t wait to read the rest of the series now and bury myself more into this world Hanna Peach has created over this whole series. *I was fortunate enough to receive this as an ARC in exchange for my honest review by the author*
Brigittehf More than 1 year ago
Reading Afterlife is a real bonus after everything that happened in the previous book, Angeldust. Alyx works in a museum. She has suffered some loss and is now preparing to get married to Daniel. She is aiming to "settling" even though she feels that there is something missing in her life. Israel lives in the same city. He seems to just exist with the feeling that he is waiting for something to happen. He is not quite sure what it is though. Baltazar, Vix and Jordan are old friends from Alyx's and Israel's previous life. They decide to put a plan together to help these two find whatever is missing in their lives. Interfering with fate is not always a wise thing to do and this brings about some alarming consequences. When Alyx and Israel are unknowingly brought together, they have this sense of recognition and familiarity which they are unable to explain. This is when tragedy strikes and takes us on an incredible journey. Alyx is stuck in a DreanScape and will be lucky if she gets out of it alive. Israel ends up in the same place and together, they face some difficult hurdles. They also have to face their own fears which materialise when they are in fighting their way through a maze. One of enemy from the past puts obstacles in their way. Will they be able to get out of the DreamScape before it's too late? Will Alyx survive? Afterlife is an excellent addition to the Dark Angel saga. It's full of action and danger. Israel has a great sense of humour and tries to make light out of things even when danger is lurking. Alyx is very quiet and reserved but Israel brings the best out of her. The interactions between Baltazar and Vix are pretty hilarious. It's interesting to see Israel and Alyx in a different light and the attraction between them leaves no doubt that they are soul mates. A very good read indeed. I have read all of the Dark Angel saga to date and would fully recommend to other readers. I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.