Angel Fever Paperback
Part of the Angel Trilogy series
Willow and Alex are mankind's only hope. The world is devastated, and the angels are slowly enslaving all humanity, moving survivors into camps where they can devour their energy, causing slow but certain death.
With their love stronger than ever, Alex and Willow are training a team of Angel Killers, determined to stop the destruction once and for all.
But when Willow senses a terrifying shift in the angels' powers, Alex is forced to embark on a deadly solo mission.
Now Willow is left to defeat the angels with Seb, and she has no idea if Alex is ever coming back...The final captivating book in the bestselling trilogy, Angel Fever is a powerful story of heartbreak, revenge and love.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 576 pages
- Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/08/2013
- Category: Romance
- ISBN: 9781409522393
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Review by Amberlouichu
Angel Fever: The third and final instalment of L.A. Weatherly's "Angel" seriesI AM SO GLAD THIS BOOK BROUGHT THIS SERIES BACK TO LIFE!!! DEFIBRILLATORS AND ALL!!! After the second book "Angel Fire" and the way it dragged me through what felt like years of my life, THIS BOOK was a delight to read!Action was coming at me left, right and centre and I was having a love/hate relationship with the edge of my seat!Most of the unanswered questions from the previous books are answered and wrapped up nicely, some a lot more emotionally traumatic to experience than others, and the pace barely left you time to catch your breath which is something I personally had problems with during "Angel Fire".There was a lot more in the way of character development with new and semi-old characters in this book too and very heart-wrenching moments... (There were tears for a certain Texan D: and a certain amazing mother figure- I love you M!! </3)Raziel's part in this book was a lot more interesting too with his mental battle and the relationship with other angels. His parts still weren't as enjoyable as others to read but you really got to understand him on a different level in this book.All of the different points of view were intriguing and made me fly through the book!! We continue to see through the eyes of Willow, Seb, Alex and Raziel but with all the drama explosion it doesnt break up the story too much at all - great storytelling!Seb - I will love you forever and ever I swear! You MADE this series for me and I felt so incredibly bad for all the poop Willow (and life) put you through... You are so so precious!! Meghan you're a hero!There was so much I loved but not much I can say without spoilers so here are the slight niggles I had which took this book down to 4 stars (and considering my score for the previous book there's surprisingly little!!)Willow - liked her in the first book, became slightly irritated in the second book and in this book I highly disliked her for her juvenile way of speaking and acting, her growing arrogance and her dramatic self-pitying that just ruined the character for me. She became spiteful to nearly everyone around her, hurt Seb and blamed him for what felt like, well, everything and just, man she just came in like a wrecking ball worse than Miley Cyrus for me :/ I understand she was going through a rough time but she started being like this in book two before she even had reason to be. She kinda really needed to get over herself in many places.Up to a certain point I was getting fed up with Alex too, then what happened happened and I got the break I needed and he wasn't so bad after that though I still feel he became a little... Well, like Willow so at least they suit each other :DSo other than a high dislike for two of the main characters, I loved the twist and turns in this book and the emotional roller coaster. It was enjoyable to read and really gripped me. It reminded me why I liked this series in the first place :).A really great end to the series and YAY JONAH :D