The Fallen 2 Aerie / Reckoning Author:Thomas E. Sniegoski Destined for Heaven or Hell? The saga continues from THE FALLEN 1. — *** Aerie (Fallen, Bk 3) — Aaron Corbet is an eighteen-year-old Nephilim and the one who will reunite the fallen angels with Heaven. But right now Aaron isn't interested in saving anybody other than himself, his magically powered dog, and his younger, autistic foster brother,... more » Steven, from Verchiel, the cruel leader of the Powers. Verchiel is bent on destroying Aaron, and with him all hope of angelic reconciliation. With the help of a fallen angel, Aaron manages to arrive in the angelic refuge known as Aerie. Though he hopes to catch his breath before continuing the Good Fight, Aaron learns that the other residents of Aerie are concerned about his presence and his role in their future. But how can he win their trust when he has accidentally led the Powers straight to the sanctuary of the Fallen?
*** Reckoning (Fallen, Bk 4)
The time has come for Aaron Corbet, the eighteen-year-old son of an angel and a mortal, to face his worst enemy. Verchiel, the fallen leader of the Powers, is determined to defeat the prophecy that foretold Aaron's power over all the Fallen. And to do this, he intends to kill Aaron, hoping that the removal of such a "blight" will restore Verchiel in the eyes of the Creator. Aaron has been training for this showdown, working to understand and control the awesome force that resides deep within himself. He knows he will win. After all, Verchiel has taken away everything and everyone who ever meant anything to Aaron. He has nothing to lose . . . until Verchiel introduces Aaron to his long-lost father.« less
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In the second book of the Fallen series (actually book 3 and 4 as this is two books in one), I enjoyed the continuation of the story of Aaron, son of a fallen angel and human mother, and Gabriel, Aaron's now vocally communicating dog. Many dog owners have long held the position that their canines feel complex emotions similar to humans, and the author takes this situation and turns it into a grand dialog between master and beast. In this story Aaron is trying to find the place of refuge for the fallen angels and discover his own path. While battling the "dark" force of the leader of the angels of light, Aaron finds himself and discovers true friendships in others. I look forward to following Aaron's journey in the coming books.