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Fallen Angel by Heather Terrell Review

Title: Fallen Angel

Author: Heather Terrell

First published December 28, 2010

310 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9780061965708 (ISBN10: 0061965707)

Rating: 3.57


Lena had always felt like she didn’t belong anywhere, until she met Nate. Nate is kind, understanding, and has a way of making Lena feel seen.

She can’t help but be drawn to him. But Nate has a secret.

And he knows Lena is hiding something, too. They’ve both discovered that they have abilities beyond human comprehension.

Abilities that are out of this world. Lena and Nate are determined to find out what they are, and how they got them…

together. But the truth has consequences that they couldn’t have anticipated.

Soon they find themselves in the middle of a centuries-old battle that could destroy everything they hold dear. And it’s unclear whether Lena and Nate will ultimately choose the same side.

About the Author

Meet Heather Terrell, a skilled lawyer who has been practicing litigation for over ten years. Her legal expertise was honed from working at two of the most prominent law firms in the country, as well as serving Fortune 500 companies.

Heather is also an accomplished academic, graduating magna cum laude from Boston College where she focused on History and Art History. She then went on to earn her law degree from Boston University School of Law as a cum laude graduate.

Currently, Heather resides in Pittsburgh with her family.

Aside from her successful legal career, Heather also has a passion for writing. She is the author of The Chrysalis and The Map Thief, which will be published in more than ten different countries.

She has also delved into young adult fiction with her Fallen Angel series, and is currently working on The Books of Eva series. The first book in the series, Relic, is set to be released in October 2013.

Editoral Review

Fallen Angel by Heather Terrell is a young adult book published on December 28, 2010. The author, Heather Terrell, is a renowned and successful author in the young adult genre, having written 10 novels.

Fallen Angel is a beautifully written tale that delves into the themes of redemption, love, and sacrifice. The plot of Fallen Angel follows the story of Ellie, a young girl who dies while trying to save her younger sister from a fire.

Ellie wakes up in an afterlife, where she finds that she has become a guardian angel. Her task is to help the living people by influencing their decisions and actions, but she cannot interfere with their lives.

As she adapts to her new life as a guardian angel, she starts to understand the complexities of the afterlife and the consequences of her actions. Ellie is a well-crafted character that readers will relate to and root for.

Her journey of self-discovery is both inspiring and heart-wrenching. The book is set in a dreamy afterlife that is beautifully imagined and described by Heather Terrell.

The vivid descriptions of the afterlife are one of the strengths of this book. Heather Terrell’s writing style is lyrical and poetic, creating a vivid and magical world that readers will be drawn to.

The plot of Fallen Angel is fast-paced and engaging, and the book is hard to put down once started. The themes of love and sacrifice are woven through the plot, creating a story that will tug at your heartstrings.

The exploration of the afterlife and the role of guardian angels adds a depth and dimension to the book that is unique within the young adult genre. Moreover, the book has an important message about the consequences of our actions and the importance of relationships that will resonate with readers of all ages.

One of the limitations of Fallen Angel is that the book is predictable and does not add anything new to the young adult genre. However, this is a minor flaw, and the book is still a good read overall.

Furthermore, if readers are looking for a unique and intrinsically written book, Fallen Angel is a good choice. In conclusion, Fallen Angel by Heather Terrell is an exceptional book that will appeal to readers of all ages.

The book will take readers on a journey of self-discovery and reflection, and it will challenge readers to think deeply about the consequences of their actions. Heather Terrell’s writing style is exceptional, and the vivid descriptions of the afterlife are an exploration – both magical and poetic.

We would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of the Young Adult genre or who loves stories about the afterlife, love, and sacrifice. Overall, we would give this book a rating of 4.5/5.