Rise From Darkness by Ciara Knight – Review

Rise From Darkness by Ciara Knight - Review

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Rise From Darkness by Ciara Knight – ReviewRise From Darkness on September 29, 2014
Pages: 250
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After witnessing the death of her mother, Gabby Moore suffers with psychotic delusions. When fallen angel Alexander Lohr reveals she’s been marked by a demon, she must make the ultimate choice or lose her mind. She can fight alongside her father, an earthbound hunter killing fallen angels and demons, give into the demon blood coursing through her veins and join the underworld, or save the man she loves from both.

Rise From Darkness by Ciara Knight is the first book in the Battle for Souls Series. Gabby has spent her whole life moving around – never in one place for very long, and being home-schooled by her mother. When her mother dies in a car accident, Gabby’s world implodes. Her father, who is always gone on ‘secret jobs’ for the government, moves them to Florida. Since the accident, Gabby has been having delusions. Her world is filled with angels and demons – literally. Though she doesn’t believe they’re real.

I was sucked into this story from the very beginning. The fast pace and action-packed story line kept the story moving and had me turning my Kindle pages late into the night. I loved the characters. Gabby, Alex and Sammy quickly moved into my heart. There were so many great aspects of this story: epic battles, fantasy/paranormal aspects, and a sweet romance. There were so many twists that Ciara kept me on the edge of my seat. I didn’t want to put the book down until I was finished! Ciara has written a tale of angels and demons that is unique and exciting. This was a great beginning to this series and I know I’m going to love the others as well.

Rating Report
Overall: five-stars


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