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Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Hallow by Olga Gibbs - Book Review!




Hallow by Olga Gibbs 



SYNOPSIS


Being one of the most formidable archangels with the power to end the world doesn’t serve you well if you don’t know how to use it.
Thrown into a battle of courts and factions, tangled in a web of intrigues and palatial games, naïve Ariel is surrounded by powerful angels, chasing their own agendas.
There’s no one she can trust. Everyone stands to gain something from her death.
To avoid the bloody battle that Baza brought to her door at Uras, Ariel retreats back to Apkallu (Earth) to find her sister, but the Heavenly battles and intrigues she flees follow her, as Baza’s immense hold on Apkallu forces Ariel and Rafe to make uncomfortable choices.
Ariel’s fight for survival is far from over and it looks like it’s going to be a deadly one.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR




Olga Gibbs lives in a leafy-green town, nestled amongst the green fields of West Sussex, England. She was writing from the age of fifteen, mainly short stories and novellas and was a guest columnist for a local newspaper. When she is not dreaming up new adventures for her imaginary friends, she does outreach work with teenagers.
She is currently writing a second book in the "Celestial creatures" series and another stand-alone psychological crime thriller book


BOOK REVIEW

I'm incredibly honoured to be taking part in this blog tour. I had the privelage of reading and reviewing Book 1 in the Celestial Craetures series last year and was thoroughly impressed with Olgas story telling and feel in love with her characters. 
The same can be said about Hallow, the world Olga has created is simply beyond words. You get drawn in to all the fatastical things that are going on and the story is a real page turner. By the time you reach the end you're left needing more and I honestly can't wait to see where the next book takes us. 


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Why not pop along and visit the bloggers mentioned above to read their reviews on Hallow by Olga Gibbs, Book 2 in the Cekestial Creatures series.

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