I liked the action in the story. There are a lot of characters to keep track of, which could get a bit confusing, but there is a character guide in the front to help out. The story focuses more on action than on character development, and I would have liked there to be more of a balance. I really liked the emphasis on prayer and how that was shown to make a huge difference in these battles. There are a few instances of swearing, which I don't like to see in a Christian novel. This is an entertaining and exciting read from a first-time author!
I received this book free from Kregel Publications in exchange for an honest review.
Ian Acheson Bio
Ian’s debut novel, Angelguard, is available now in the USA, Canada and the UK. It will be released in Australia in May. It’s been 10 years in the making and he’s very pleased it’s made the light of day.
Ian reads a lot, and a lot, and a lot more. He’s been telling and writing stories for most of his life since early childhood.
When Ian’s not writing he’s a professional strategy consultant having been in the Corporate world for the past 25 years. He brings some of this experience into his stories. He’s lived in Sydney, Australia, all of his life. Ian shares life with his wife, Fiona and they try to keep up with two almost-twenty something young men who give them much joy and you know what else if you’re a parent.
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