Angel of Wrath, by Bill Myers
Synopsis from Barnes and Noble.
Thirteen-year-old Jazmin, her ex-Special Ops uncle Charlie, and former FBI agent Lisa are reunited in the second of the Voice of God series to stop a an assassin driven to murder members of a megachurch led by Lisa’s brother. This assassin has drawn in a coven of teens toying with satanic practices to support his efforts. The naive youth engage in ceremonies that appear to usher in the death of each of his victims. When their rituals open a portal into the spiritual realm, a terrifying and mysterious entity crosses over to our world.
The battle culminates with the capture of Lisa’s father as the next target and a Black Mass requiring both their deaths as a sacrifice. The team will, once again, have to rely on all their wits, strength, and faith to survive in this action-packed, unearthly warfare
Bill Myers did NOT disappoint on this second book in the series. Man, it really kept me hooked. I read it in just two sittings. I love the dark evil that takes form and someone has to stand up to it books. It just really shows that average people can do extraordinary things and I love how Bill Myers portrays Charlie, one of the main characters. Oh, and who could forget snarky Jazmin? I love her.
Lisa frustrated me a little in this novel, but that might be good, right? It means he wrote her character well enough to get under my skin. The action scenes had my heart pounding and through it all, the Christian message was there. Sometimes it was played out a little too heavy handed for my liking, but for the most part fairly realistic.
I’d definitely recommend this book if you love supernatural action thrillers! Not much romance in these first two books (The Voice and The Angel of Wrath) but then again, I love paranormal romances.
* Pub. Date: April 2009
* Publisher: Faith Words