The angels in Eden's world are as flawed and compelling as the human herds they manage, culling them with emotionless precision when ordered. Even better, these angels seem as confused about the nature of right and wrong, good and evil. Keenan and Nicole have to find their own way forward through this uncertainty. And rather than a small glimpse of the next couple in the series, Eden sets the hook deep to anticipate Sam and Seline. Eden's Constantine-esque world is just starting to unfold, and I for one will eagerly anticipate book two. Visceral and violent, this story creates a new breed of angel, with their feet planted firmly in a world I recognize as our own.
Full review to follow.
Sexual Content: several sex scenes.