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Rarely, if any, are science and celestial creatures mixed in a work of fiction. Phantom shows that such fusion of seemingly incompatible subjects can blend together very harmoniously to tell an interesting story. The book is about a young Nephilim who is caught in the middle of an interplanetary battle between the forces of good and the forces of evil. It tells the readers that, like the Nephilim, we humans can tap into our angel side, which is a source of so much power, so that we can overcome our challenges, conquer our personal demons, reach the goals we have set for ourselves, and fight for what is right and good. This story not only entertains the readers but inspires them opening the door to new creative possibilities and showing that nothing is impossible no matter how big the goal is. It is the first in its series of four original books.
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I received a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. I love the sci-fi genre, primarily because it lets my imagination run wild. This story was quite different from anything I’d read in science-fiction before. Not only does this story have angels, but angels that battle demons on other planets. That, I thought was extremely creative as we see Good vs. Evil. The only issue I had with this novel was that it had quite a bit of fighting for a short 196 page book. I’m hoping that the rest of the series has more “meat” to it.
WOW! This book sounds so inspiring while packed full of action. I have to put this on my Christmas list of gifts to give this year! Thanks so much for the review.ReplyDelete
I am a big fan of sci/fi as well, this looks like a really good read.ReplyDelete
sounds like an interesting bookReplyDelete
I love anything that is Sci-Fi, different, and makes ones mind wander. Sounds like a book I would love. Even better since I can download to my tablet!!ReplyDelete
I love SCi-Fi and this looks like a really good book..Thank you for the giveaway...ReplyDelete
That is an interesting twist to the plot having the angels battle on other planets. Sci-Fi lovers should be very drawn to this book with that element. Not something you really see often. Glad to hear you enjoyed it! Have a blessed day!ReplyDelete