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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Excellent Follow-up. Romance adventure and science fiction all in one

"Let me start by saying I loved this book (Elijah Hael - The Genetic Code). It had a nice steady pace that kept you wanting more. The interaction between the 3 main characters; Elijah, Castiel, and Sophia is believable. This book is the second book in the Elijah Hael series however, you do not need to have read the first book to get this story it is completely stand alone. This book was very emotional and I did find myself crying so be prepared for that. Character development was spot on pacing was excellent and the story was engaging and immersive. I just wish that it had ended that is really my only complaint I love falling into Elijah Hael’s universe. Again I can not state how much I truly enjoyed this book!!!"

Rating 9.5/10

Recommendation: Genuinely good writing and story telling seekers will find what they are looking for with this book. Fans of the Elijah Hael series will love this installment.

Victoria Roberts

Thanks Victoria, appreciate your review.

Monday, June 01, 2015

The Musings of a Book Addict

"The characters in the story (Elijah Hael - The Genetic Code) are very real, very believable. We have your good versus evil. Humans are unaware that a battle between demons and angels are taking place around them. Humans are the pawns caught in the middle.  Nya is sick.  She has been working on a DNA project for over a decade and now someone else is trying to steal it.  I thought it great naming this person Cain.  You immediately get the idea that he is working for the wrong side.  He is actually trying to he a group of demons called "The Shadows".

The angels, Elijah, Castiel and Sophia have been tasked with protecting Nya and her boyfriend Isaac.

This is not your typical angel versus demon book.  This is not the first book in the series, yet I was able to get right in and enjoy it.  I will definitely need to read the first book to see what I had missed."

Sandra Stiles