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    Not so good as the first three books in the series

    **This review was based on an early copy of the book and the opinions are solely my own.** *Note: if you've not read any of the Angel series, this is NOT the book to begin the story with! I recommend reading the series in order (Angel's Kiss is the first) - you'll get way more out of it that way!* So. I've read the whole series within few weeks, and I have to confess, this was my least favorite book in the series. It wasn't bad, don't get me wrong. It was well written, with nice grammar so it was easy to read. It was just not to my liking, and many times while reading it I was frustrated, annoyed and even repulsed because of the way the main characters behaved/reacted (or didn't behave/react). Also, this book felt a bit...I don't know...disconnected, maybe? Out-of-this-world? Definitely Helena's reactions (and Dannys, too) were a bit too mellow and unrealistic to my liking. SPOILER WARNING--- I mean - Helena has been possessed by the evil Amy. And while possessing her body, Amy has been using and treating it like trash, murdering and raping people, stealing, drinking human blood, etc. And Helena's body has been raped by the Satan himself - just to name a few insidents. And Helena has been trapped inside her head, seeing and experiencing pretty much all of it. Yet it seems like there's really no permanent affects to her when she finally gets her body back. The whole possession, in the end, felt like a side story, or one just written to fill in some empty space. When the bad things kept happening to Helena, I was also a bit dissappointed, because Gina did promise to Helena and Danny that they'd be happy in the future. A "happily-ever-after" this was not, thought as in the previous books, the ending is quite happy. ---END OF SPOILER WARNING So. My thoughts about this book are quite divided. I like the general idea and the storyline of the series. I like Helena and Danny (and Drake too, and Gina). I like the grammar and the way to book has been written, it's easy to read. And I like learning new things about this world and more about the characters (we did get some nice tidbits of those in this book too). But I really didn't like the (unnecessary) cruelty and unrealistic psychological reactions of the characters in this book. I will definitely continue reading the upcoming releases of the series...but I hope they'll be more like the first three books in the series.
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