When Fallon Angell died at the age of sixteen, her life changed forever.
The hallowed world of Emperica is everything she had ever hoped for as a mortal—immeasurable beauty, unconditional love and light. But, with affection for humankind still burning within her, she joins the Knight Caste to train as an angel warrior. As a Knight, she will give up her wings and return to the place that killed her to use her unique powers to search out and destroy the evil Kjin that roam the earth. As a Knight, she will stop at nothing to protect the mortals in her care.
The elders warn her that the path she chose will be a solitary one. That she will not have the same bond with humans as she once did. But, as far as she knows, the elders had never met Kade Royce.
When her duties place her in the path of this handsome former cop, emotions buried long ago rise to the surface and she is powerless to ignore the depth of her feelings for this young man. She knows instinctively that she has found what most people search their entire lives for.
Ignoring the risks, she invites him into her world of danger, but soon their lives collide with explosive consequence. As a result, Fallon realizes with heartbreaking despair that she can no longer hide from the painful truth. In order for Kade to live, she must destroy him.
Angels of the Knights: Fallon was a great beginning to a new series by one of my favorite authors, Valerie Zambito. The book is about a girl named Fallon. One night, people break into her house and murder her and her family. She becomes an angel who is determined to stop all of the evil demons on earth, the Kjin. The caste system in heaven was a little confusing to keep straight at first. However, once it was explained more thoroughly I picked it up quickly. I thought it was cool how Fallon's full name, Fallon Angell, sounds like fallen angel. The plot flowed smoothly. It was easy to understand, other than the caste system. I only found one grammar mistake. I wish that the book would have went into more detail about Fallon's classes. However, I understand that school wasn't important to Fallon. It was just a cover for her mission. The characters were well written. My favorite character was Father Tomas. I liked his attitude. He was always there to help Fallon. His faith was outstanding. After all the hardships he faced, he never turned his back on the Creator. If anything, it made Tomas even more devoted to him. I can't wait to read the next book in the series, Blane, and find out what happens next.
I give Angels of the Knights: Fallon: 4/5.
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