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Angel Trilogy By L. She was leaning over the stream, her long blonde hair a slithering mass of shampoo. She shrieked, half laughing, as Alex poured a canful of water over it. That is so cold! Not even close. There was no stream, no ramshackle cabin nearby.

The military is providing assistance. Make your way to one of the temporary camps, and soon there will be glorious Edens for all!

So Raziel now had control of the military too. I will take care of you. That is my promise. On the radio, Raziel was denouncing Willow again. Yeah, right. They should have known better — beings like Raziel stuck around until the bitter end. Abruptly, her face cleared. I sensed that half the angels had died — because he knew it. But there was something else. Willow took a breath. He still is; I can hear it in his voice. Because with so many angels dead, the survivors are vulnerable too now.

Of course. The angels were creatures of energy, all linked. If you killed one, they each felt it. And if enough died, the rest would follow. More like one hundred, even. Liz looked dazed. I say we leave here right now and go kill us some angels! Now, come on!

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If they wipe us out before we finish them off, then that is it, for ever. The important thing is to get rid of them. No mistakes, no screw-ups — just get rid, for good.

Even Sam. He let out a breath, daring to imagine a world without the angels. He looked up, his gaze on Willow. The half-angel was a good guy — his only crime was being in love with Willow. Liz cleared her throat. Their new knowledge made the air crackle with hope — gave them something to think about instead of all the destruction. Eventually, though, the long, fraught journey caught up with them.

One by one, they dropped off where they sat, until only Alex and Willow were still awake, lying curled up on one of the sofas, holding each other.

She let out a breath. But, yeah… You? Because if he did this right, his plan would work. Then not only would what was left of the world be saved, but he and Willow could have the long life together that they both wanted.

He touched it gently, feeling its warmth from her skin. Willow swallowed and reached out to trace his eyebrow with her finger. The motion was full of wonder, as if she were discovering him for the first time.

Nothing will stop us this time, Alex vowed to himself, and to her. As he kissed her, he felt something close to joy, despite the shattered world that lay above. Chapter One Sometimes when I looked back on my old life I could hardly believe it. My old life: I went to Pawntucket High, drove an old Toyota, skipped as many classes as I could get away with.

And it never, not even once, occurred to me that I might not be completely human. I still loved tinkering with engines; my favourite colour was still purple. But in other ways, I was a million miles apart from that girl. They were easy to run in — and with the life we led now, you kind of had to take that into consideration. I guess the biggest change of all, though — apart from realizing the truth about myself — had to be guns. Sometimes boys at my high school would talk about going hunting, and it would make me shudder: That was before I knew we were at war.

I crouched on the ground with the cold weight of a rifle in my hands. I wielded it expertly, aiming and shooting like a machine as explosions seared overhead: In the unearthly glow, I could see the outline of Salt Lake Eden with its barbed-wire fence.

Around me were the shadowy figures of other Angel Killers, the echoes of gunfire, muffled shouts. Another explosion lit his broad face, showing it gleaming with sweat. I flipped onto my side, quickly tracking the angel. He scowled as he saw it corkscrewing down at us; we both shot at once. A second later, shards of light were drifting on the air.

I let out a shaky breath as Sam and I glanced at each other. The words had barely formed in my mind when a dozens-strong flock soared at us out of nowhere, their pale, glorious figures etched against the stars. My veins chilled. How could they even still be alive now — how? I pushed the thought away — not helpful. As the angels plunged into an attacking dive, I squeezed the trigger and shot.

Fervent gunfire was going off all around me; I could hear people swearing. Above, three angels burst into nothing, but there were still way too many. We were. Still shooting, I reached within for my own angel: In my angel form, I paused only long enough to make myself tangible so I could grab the sensor from my pack; then I was hurtling through the air too. Wings spread, I darted in front of one of the approaching angels, and it veered off wildly; another appeared, and I did the same, swooping back and forth.

Get them while she holds them off! Around me came a series of explosions so fast and furious that I was flying in a hailstorm of light.

Time shifted to slow motion — a long scream that echoed in my ears; a halo bursting so close by that I could see every dot of light, spiralling off into the darkness. Finally there was only one angel left — and then someone shot, and that one was gone too.

We had rid the world of the angels. His short blond hair stood up in gel-coaxed spikes. Some of my own hair had escaped its shoulder-length ponytail and I quickly pulled the unruly brown waves into place.

Fortunately there was no shortage of hair dye in abandoned stores. Reaching up, I took the sensor from my angel as she glided back down to me, her snowy wings outspread. At one time, seeing a half-angel in action would have brought sidelong stares from the other AKs; now no one paid any attention. The group knew by now that I was nothing like the angels we were trying to defeat.

At my automatic awareness of Seb — the familiar feel of his energy, so like my own — a pang of sadness went through me. I ignored it. I looked over as he started to roll a holograph machine back into place, his shoulders flexing through his T-shirt. He sensed me watching and glanced up. The corners of his mouth lifted as his blue-grey eyes locked with mine. Then someone asked him a question, and he turned back to his work, motioning to a cable snaking across the floor. I smiled. People were standing around the training room, talking in small clusters.

Occasionally a burst of laughter floated towards me. But the human race is resilient, I guess. Down here, nobody wanted to dwell too much on what had happened to the world; conversations about it were practically taboo.

The whole base knew that we had to focus on defeating the angels — not waste our energy grieving over the past. I sighed. Good advice.

So why was it so hard for me to follow it sometimes? Liz made her way over to Sam and me, her sharp-featured face slightly flushed. I glanced at the centre of the hangar-like room, where an elaborate set rose up — a depressingly accurate representation of what used to be Salt Lake City, right down to the coils of barbed wire and perky sign: A bolt of hatred for my father went through me. The strange thing was how much the Edens had helped us.

I just really hoped that Raziel could take a moment to appreciate the irony when we finally made our move. Liz started to chew a fingernail and caught herself.

I smiled as I watched him, my tensions easing. Unless it was the sight of him not wearing them. He jumped on top of the crate; as he faced the team, he looked relaxed and confident, his dark hair tousled. Alex grinned and swung himself down to a sitting position, legs dangling. I could see the toned outline of his chest against the T-shirt. So, first of all — everyone still needs to work on disguising their auras. I saw a lot of you forgetting as the simulation went on.

Sam, Liz and I exchanged a jubilant glance. Two hundred and fifty angels. And we only needed to kill about half that many. My fingers tightened on my rifle as I thought of my mother, sitting lost in her dreams. On top of the crate, Alex gave a sudden grin. His gaze picked out a tall guy with brown hair. You want to explain what happened? I could sense the fluttering pulses around me like a flock of hummingbirds. The other half all had a thing for Seb.

From Italy, Seb always claimed — and he looked it, with his hazel eyes and loose chestnut curls. Though I always thought what he really looked like was a rock star, with the light stubble that usually coated his jaw. I could understand why so many of the girls were attracted to him, even without the fact that he was half-angel — which only seemed to make him that much more intriguing to them.

I just wished he could feel intrigued by one of them in return. In a sudden flash, I realized that Seb was aware I was thinking about him. From across the room, he gave me a quick, almost irritated glance, eyebrows raised; I felt a shutter slam down over his thoughts, blocking me out. I crossed my arms tightly and looked away. I hated the distance between us, in every sense of the word. There was a time when Seb and I would have gravitated to stand next to each other as naturally as two magnets.

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Reluctantly, I glanced back and saw who Sam meant: She was eighteen, with auburn hair that spilled past her shoulders and a sort of girl-next-door face, so that I could never decide whether she was simply pretty or completely beautiful.

But whenever I sensed her energy, it felt like bouncing rays of sunshine. Alex, looking like he seriously doubted it, had jumped down to go take a look. His reply looked teasing; her cheeks tinged pink as she smiled. Sam shook his head — half jealous, half admiring.

He could be going for a world record of crushees here. But when Seb and I had first met, our minds had touched and explored each other effortlessly, our half-angel connection transcending normal things likegetting to know each other.

In fact, as the months had passed, the only change had been in his growing reluctance to be around me. I hated not being close to him any more. I missed my friend. Okay, forget that one. I pulled it on; it slithered down my torso like chain mail.

She whistled. That one, definitely. The black sequins moved when I did, glittering and alive. The contrast with the faded denim made the black top even sexier. There was a pause as Liz studied me. She nodded. Now, jewellery. Alex had given it to me almost exactly a year ago, on my seventeenth birthday. I opened my mouth to say, Whoa, hold it right there — and stopped with a gasp. A cold fog of fear had swamped me from out of nowhere, settling icily over my heart. I shivered at its intensity…and then it was gone, along with the words from my throat.

I shook my head; in the mirror, my eyes looked wide and uncertain. Remembering how Raziel had psychically spied on me, I quickly searched my mind.

But there was nothing. Liz was staring. And it seemed true. The fear was gone as completely as if it had never been there at all. Then I sighed, thinking of the guarded quality that would come over his energy the second he saw me. There was a knock on the door, and Meghan poked her vivid head in. She was one of those rare people who just always managed to be happy. Meghan stared at her. You want to stick a needle through her earlobes? Meghan fingered one of her dangly gold hoops.

But, hey, what about shoes? Liz laughed. Besides, I was too busy drinking in the shoes. They were a deep wine colour and almost old-fashioned: The shoes gleamed like fresh paint.

Thank you so much. But really, it was just to give people a chance to let off steam and relax. After months of intense training, everyone was more than ready to. I shook my head. Back in a sec. I needed to go talk to Seb soon, but it seemed rude to just leave Meghan there. I lied. It's November. EDIT 3, 3rd April JOKES I just noticed that November 12th is the hardback publication date, and it's actually being released in a few weeks. EDIT 2, 3rd April I'm taking some deep breaths at the moment.

November I finished Angel Fire in early February, and I'm already growing impatient! Only 5 more months I can do this I just hope this book isn't just Alex and Willow running away again. I'm looking forward to some epic battles! View all 8 comments. I bought this on my kindle in Have I read it all yet? Will I read it all? Probably not. I loved this series when it started, but I'm over the hype now. I skipped to the end, I know what happens, and I'm happy that who I shipped was who Willow chose.

Though, that was kind of predictable. I'm going to give this book 3 stars. It's only fair. I didn't love it, but I didn't hate it; what little I did read. It was too predictable, and truthfully, the first few chapters bored me. It's al I bought this on my kindle in It's always annoyed me that Willow basically led Alex on. Why he stuck around is beyond me. This was no exception, I could have screamed at her multiple times. It's sad that I probably won't ever finish this series; what used to be a favourite of mine.

But this book has been in my library for so long, every time I try to get back into it I just grow bored. I have to admit defeat sometime.

From I can't get over that cover. The man on the right looks like a frigging Jonas Brother x Ian Somerhalder. He really just does not fit there. The cover is the work of crap photoshop; the colours are way off. You have willow and the guy on the left all dark and then BAM Some pasty bloke. It's kind of a big deal to me, because I judge books by their covers. View all 9 comments. Jan 02, Sairah rated it it was amazing.

Also, why is the cover purple???? OK so it's the last in the series and has to look special I mean I like purple but it doesn't fit the books!!!

I like the peachy colour they used before!!! Then, so help me. I'm gonna loose control. The orange cover with flames is pretty though and it's the one I prefer quite honestly. There are some good parts about the purple cover, when you look closely at the people they fit the character description which is nice and the blue hues on the back cover are really quite beautiful I just wish it hadn't been photoshopped as much!!

Again, apologies all round Anyway, Hey Ho maybe I'll grow to like it when I hold in my own two hands. There are only a matter of weeks until that day comes so I'm sure it will grow on me. Don't worry you're not missing out on much Seb is also really sweet but hearing about what a tough life he's had makes me want to cry Looking forward to some epic fighting,angel supernatural stuff, sweet romance and friendship!!!

These books have got me hooked!! I honestly think L. A Weatherly is a really good writer and yeah, it' understandable that a masterpieve like these books would take time but i wish the book would JUST come out already!!! Only couple more months to go!!! View all 6 comments. Okay, I just read Angel Burn and Angel Fire and loved them, but if the wolrd ends before the next comes out, I'll cry. I usually say if the world ends before insert whatever I'm talking about I'll be Mad.

But no, with this book, I'll cry. And I don't cry often. Edit March 21st Wait a minute No, no, no. This book was just I read it in a night, and around eleven I was getting sort of tired and loopy and deep.

A year passed within a night. More than a year passed within a night, actually. Now, when you have a book and it covers a large amount of time Like a year you can either focus on the year that passes Like Wither or you could could give a brief overview of how much time has passed but not a lot has happened because the main character is consumed with grief like New Moon.

This book went more of the New Moon route, and I understand why. I felt a little detached from it though, but it came out alright because when stuff started happening again, the changes to Willow's character were there. When the whole view spoiler [Alex being 'dead' hide spoiler ] thing happened, I sort of knew it wasn't possible.

Like, c'mon dude. Schrodinger's Cat. At the end of the last book, they'd made too big of a deal about her being disappeared to be dead. Best of all, one of the things I wanted MOST in this book was to see Nina again so that relationship could come to fruition where so often in YA books the best friends are ignored and forgotten. I got what I wanted. Also, Jonah was there, which just made even happier. There was a point in there where Willow wasn't getting along with Alex OR Seb and Seb and Alex weren't getting along with each other, which hurt me.

But they worked it out. View all 3 comments. Angel Fever had some good moments but for the most part it was average. It made the final good vs evul showdown really boring.

I would have preferred if the angels weren't all cold greedy, evul douches — it was all so cartoony. I really wished that she'd fully move 2. I really wished that she'd fully moved on in the year that she thought Alex was dead. It would have made things far more interesting when he came back. It was unforgivable that she spent a year mourning him, when he could have just told her his ridiculous plan. And it was dumb that she forgave the fucker. All he did was lie to Willow because he was too much of a coward to tell the truth — his lying was made even worse because he specifically promised to tell her if he ever did anything dangerous.

He was such a dick. He was such a whiny, self-pitying, selfish git. His attitude towards Willow was so annoying — he knew she was in love with Alex, she was clear about who she wanted, and he acted cool with her loving someone else and told her that no matter who she chose he'd always be there for her.

He was such a liar, he stopped being her friend just because she didn't dump Alex for him. The bastard. He ignored Willow for months when she needed him, all because she didn't return his feelings — so much for always being there for her.

He had no right being angry and pissed at her, he knew the score from the get go, she never led him on, he was the one that lied to her and let her down.

All the 'pain' he was going through he bought on himself - I had no sympathy for him whatsoever. The worst part was that he started dating another girl Meghan even though he was still in love with Willow. He then used Meghan and treated her like shit. His whole epiphany at the end that he was in love with Meghan was ridiculous — if he really loved her that much he would have realised much sooner, and he would have fought for her, and he would never have abandoned her so he could chase after Willow.

It was clear that Meghan was just second best, she deserved much better than him. He had no depth whatsoever, I thought he would start to feel something for Willow or her mother but he only cared about being all powerful.

He was so one dimensional and ridiculous. All in all, it was mostly okay. I seriously don't know what I ever did to deserve you. Now with the arrival of the third and final instalment, I'm left astonished by how truly amazing this series is. After the mind-blowing events in Angel Fire , Willow, Alex, Seb and the gang are trying to pick up the pieces and work ou "God, Willow. After the mind-blowing events in Angel Fire , Willow, Alex, Seb and the gang are trying to pick up the pieces and work out their next steps.

They know they need to continue with the fight against the angel's but, with the world in ruins, it's going to be a even harder journey. Deciding to go into hiding seems like their only choice but, they still need to work hard to achieve the ultimate goal - to destroy all the angels. With the return of someone close to Alex, Alex realises that he needs to go on a journey by himself, which brings some life changing events to Willow.

But with the final battle around the corner, Willow needs to take charge and finish thing once and for all - but is she strong enough? I'm so pleased that Angel Fever was worth the wait - it was amazing, just truly amazing!

I was luckily enough to find time to re-read the first two books before I got my hands on the final book, and I'm so glad I did.

I never realised how much important information I forget over time, so by the time I started Angel Fever , I knew exactly what was going on. A Weatherly delivers an unforgettable finale - one that was so emotional that I was on the verge of tears.

I thought my days of nearly crying was over after I read Angel Fire, - which was an emotional sequel, but once again L. A knows how to get her readers going. As a final story, I thought everything was wrapped up perfectly. There wasn't any unanswered questions or little thoughts I had after - which I find I get a lot after reading a final book, but none in this series.

It makes me love it that much more, and that the ending was so perfect. The final battle was just so good too, it was sitting on the edge of your seat good - I was such a huge bundle of nerves. Willow and Alex have really come a long way. I wasn't sure what was in store for them this time around but again, it was nothing like I expected. I was so invested in their relationship that I felt every emotion that they were feeling, and times, it was completely heart-breaking, but then so beautiful at other times.

Willow and Alex are just perfect together - no matter their ups and downs. In all, Angel Fever is one of the most beautiful and satisfying conclusions I've read in a long time, and this series will forever remain a favourite of mine. It's definitely a keeper, and if you haven't picked it up yet - then what are you waiting for? View all 7 comments. Even though the first 2 books were good I swear this book better not all be about romance and running away again I mean really??!

And one more thing: I swear if they use the same girl and dude from the first few books to put on the cover yet again- that will most likely ruin the book for me. Just saying. View all 12 comments. May 30, Isabel Gutierrez marked it as to-read. This series is just phenomenal , you fall in love with every single character , I can't wait until this one comes out. What a wonderful conclusion to an amazing trilogy!

Weatherly thought of everything in Angel Fever. Everything you read in Angel and Angel Fire that didn't seem significant, actually was in the last book! Angel Fever has fantastic and painful plot twists which made it very hard to put down. Also, can I just say how wonderful Weatherly's characters are? They were great when I started Angel , but they grew so much! Even characters who weren't that important went through major changes. I loved that! I finished this book with a satisfied grin on my face.

Well done, Weatherly, what an incredible trilogy!

Angel Fever (Angel, #3) by L.A. Weatherly

I'm so happy I finally read the last book. View 2 comments. Jul 15, Melissa marked it as to-read Shelves: View 1 comment. Oct 25, Emily Brown marked it as to-read. They couldn't have picked a name that made it sound like less of an 60s disco song It comes out on the 1st of October Mar 02, Naqib rated it it was ok Shelves: Okay, I am utterly disappointed. I have waited for so long and it is not "that" worth it.

Nothing much happen in the story, aside from boring love triangle. Well, willow is boring. I like her in the first two books where it is obvious that she was really fighting for the world survival. There were actions and stuff. But in this story, she pretty much do nothing except for the last few chapters. The end she had saved the world Another thing that annoys me is that how much she is t Okay, I am utterly disappointed. Another thing that annoys me is that how much she is too hung up on Alex.

Okay fine, the guy is your boyfriend, but hello? The world is falling apart and the only thing she cares about is him. Alex pretty much had done only ONE thing.

Nothing much. Seb really. He was all- oh i have been looking for you half of my life and there is no other girl in this world for me but Willow. Honestly, i have a huge expectation on him as he being a half-angel whatsoever. Jul 19, Sarah Marie rated it it was ok Shelves: Angel Fever by L. Weatherly Third book in the Angel Trilogy 2. The first boo Angel Fever by L. Whimsical Writing Scale: Kick-Butt Heroine Scale: Swoon Worthy Scale: Alex- 3 Seb- 1. Villain Scale: Character Scale: Plotastic Scale: Is this a Pantene commercial?

This is my least favorite cover in this trilogy, but I love the color palette.

Thank you, Netgalley and Candlewick, for providing me with a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review. Other Reviews in This Trilogy: Feb 23, Turkan Taskin marked it as will-not-read. Ermmmm, the front cover? In a nutshell, the front cover has to change or it has to look more real, 'cause as far as i know Angel has nothing got to do with animation. Jun 07, Beth rated it it was amazing Shelves: Angel Fever is the conclusion to this brilliant series by L.

It has all come down to this, we've waited,we've watched the characters grow and mature and now the finally battle to take possession of the earth is near. Willow, Alex and the Angel killers must pull out all the string and weave a few new ones to have even a small chance to defeat the powerful angels that have enslaved and are feeding off most of the world's population. Internal turmoil might under mind the Angel Killers, Angel Fever is the conclusion to this brilliant series by L.

Internal turmoil might under mind the Angel Killers, can they pull themselves together in time to save the world? This is an absolutely fabulous book! I loved it. I found Angel Fever packed full of nail biting suspense, action, unexpected heros, heart breaking loses and love to last a life time.

Weatherly pulled me in and kept me riveted to the pages from start to finish, leaving me wanting more. This book is set for publication November 26, Written by: Weatherly Series: Angel Trilogy Sequence in Series: Candlewick Press Publication date: Paranormal Romance Age Recommendation: Oct 09, Rachel marked it as to-read Shelves: It's great that my friends who got ARCs loved it sure I will too. It's just that my memory needs a refresher before diving into book 3! I want the whole experience of finishing the journey with Willow, Alex, and Seb.

If I started Angel Fever right now I'd be cheating myself. Feb 25, Kate Gardner marked it as to-read Shelves: Aug 22, Maria highinthebooksky rated it it was amazing.

I recommend it to all the paranormal fantasy lovers out there! Jun 24, Anna Roth rated it it was ok. So the publication date was 1st October , and now it's changed to 12th November ? Are you fucking kidding me? Judging from the two previous books, her books are not worth two years.

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