Monday, December 31, 2018

Review: The Angel Island (Dark World: The Angel Trials #5) by Michelle Madow

The Angel Island by Michelle Madow


The journey to Avalon is full of trials, and not everyone who ventures there is welcome.

After escaping the bunker where she was held captive by demons, Raven’s finally safe with Noah, the wolf shifter she imprinted upon. And they saved all the other prisoners in the process.

Their next destination? The mythical island of Avalon. There, Raven will enter the Angel Trials so she can become a Nephilim and help fight in the war against the demons.

But it turns out the trials don’t start on the island. They start before it. Because only the worthy are allowed entrance to Avalon.

Many challenges await. Challenges that will separate every person in their group, push them harder than they imagined possible, and force them to make insanely difficult decisions.

Who will be worthy enough to enter Avalon? Who will be turned away?

Find out in The Angel Island, a magical urban fantasy adventure with twists and turns you’ll never see coming!


This journey is so exciting. I absolutely love this series and each book is better than the previous. I can't wait to read the next one!

Raven is on a mission to save her mother. All she knows is that her mother was taken by the demons. Soon she joins shifters and a vampire to hunt down demons and go to Avalon. That's where the Earth Angel is right now and that is where anyone should go if they want to fight against demons. But this journey to Avalon isn't simple nor is it easy. Along the way, they face many trials. Lose companions and make new friends. Now it seems that this exciting adventure is almost over or maybe a new adventure is just beginning...

Although I missed Sage I was glad to read more about Raven. She is my most favorite character of this series. I love everything about her. She is human in the world of supernaturals still that has not caused her to lose her courage or determination. In fact, she seems to be right at home among vampires and shifters. Noah and Thomas are no less likable. In fact, all the characters are amazing and well-developed and each book in the series brings us closer to them. Every time we learn something new about them, what motivates them, what are they afraid of, how they deal with difficult situations, so on and so forth.

It's a very exciting series and I can't wait to see where it will lead us next. I think it's a must-read for paranormal/adventure fans.

P.S. I received a complimentary copy of this book.
P.P.S. I just want to say this, I love the cover! I think this series has the best set of covers I've seen in a while.

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