What makes this series delightful is the bond that man and animal share.
Destined for Heaven or Hell?
Aaron’s senior year has been anything but typical. Half-angel and half-human, he has been charged to reunite the Fallen with Heaven. But the leader of the Dark Powers is determined to destroy Aaron - and all hope of angelic reconciliation.
Struggling to harness the incredible force within him, Aaron trains for the ultimate battle. With the Dark Powers building in strength and numbers, their clash may come sooner than he expects. And everyone who’s ever mattered to Aaron is now in grave danger.
Aaron must protect the girl he loves and rescue the only family he’s ever known. Because if he can’t save them from the Dark Powers, how can he hope to save the Fallen?
“The price of forgiveness was indeed a costly one, but it was an amount that Lucifer Morningstar was willing to pay.”
In the second instalment of Thomas E Sniegoski’s Fallen series, Aerie and Reckoning will have you questioning more than the existence of angels.
The spawn of an angel father and a mortal mother, Aaron has no choice but to accept his destiny, whatever the end result. With his best friend, Gabriel by his side, Aaron discovers that no creature is too small to make a difference and no amount of vengeance will be enough to silence a prophecy that was long foretold before his birth.
What makes this series delightful is the bond that man and animal share. Highly recommended.
Originally a comics writer, Tom Sniegoski grew a large fan base with his work on titles including Jeff Smith's bestselling Bone, Mike Mignola's Hellboy and the currently wildly popular Goon series. His YA book series The Fallen was turned into a series of TV movies that have aired to strong ratings on the ABC Family Network. Sleeper Code and Sleeper Agenda, a YA two-part story for Razorbill/Penguin, was an ALA *Top Ten* Quick Pick in 2006. Sniegoski lives in Stoughton, Massachusetts with his wife and their dog, Mulder.
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