Broken Wings was not as fast paced as Angel Wings but it still held my interest from beginning to end. I enjoyed getting to know the characters we've been introduced to along with the new ones.
Pearla, the cherub, and Virtue, the Sabre, are a couple of angels we meet and the Prince of Darkness, Satan himself, makes an appearance. Olivia is a human, but more than she seems. Her story is intertwined with Brielle's in a fascinating way.
Broken Wings has mystery and intrigue enough to make up for the lack of action, but the last quarter does pick up steam. We are taken a lot more into the Celestial realm to see what the angels are doing.
As I mentioned yesterday, I like the Spiritual Warfare theme in the Angel Eyes trilogy. I hope this opens the eyes of teens to the spiritual realm that's out there. The sooner Christians are aware of the spiritual battle that is going on, the better equipped they will be to handle attacks from the enemy.
Broken Wings is another well told story carrying us forward to the inevitable conclusion of Dark Halo. Fans of Angel Eyes should really love Broken Wings. I may not be in the demographics of this series, but you can count me in the that group.
I highly recommend taking a look at the other reviews from the my fellow Tourists. I've read some great ones, and ones that have a different take like the one written by Julie Bihn. And of course Becky Miller always has great thoughts.
To find out more about the author, Shannon Dittemore, you can visit her website.
Day One of the Broken Wings CSFF Blog Tour
Day Two of the Broken Wings CSFF Blog Tour
Take a look at what the other CSFF Blog Tour Members have to say:
Emma or Audrey Engel
Karielle @ Books à la Mode
Meagan @ Blooming with Books
Megan @ Hardcover Feedback
Rebecca LuElla Miller
*In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour I received a free copy of this book