Justin, a regular white teen, and Theo, a regular African-American teen, are just normal teenagers with their teenage problems, until the day they meet their biological fathers, Michael and Uriel, two of the few remaining archangels.
They learn, they are nephillim, the half human offspring of angels, and they learn they are not the only ones. In the days of old, nephillim walked the earth. Their existence was forbidden, and their mere being alive represented a sin so great that it caused the angels to fall from the heavens. Eventually, all remaining nephillim were ordered bound and stripped of their powers.
But the circumstances changed…
Lucifer and his fallen angels have broken Jehovah’s divine rules one too many times. Now that they are moving against the Light, trying to destroy the Ark of the Covenant, the archangel Michael has no choice but to act and unbound the nephillim.
Now heaven’s misfits may be all that stands between mankind and the wrath of Lucifer and the Fallen. But how will a handful of teenagers react when they find out, not only are they not human, but they are the most powerful soldiers in heaven’s army? How will they deal with their newly found powers? And will they be able to stop Lucifer?
Ronnie Massey - Author of "Crimson Dawn" and "UnBound: Battle of the Half-Angels"
Ronnie Massey is the author of Crimson Dawn, the first novel in The Darklife Saga and set in a world rich with vampires, faeries, and all other sorts of beings that go bump in the night.
Born at the tail end of the seventies in a smallish town in South Carolina, Ronnie’s love of reading began as a child when her mother read to her at bedtime. That love of reading eventually morphed into a love of writing. She has been writing short stories, poetry, and songs, since high-school.
Her fascination with all things weird, supernatural, and paranormal are only surpassed by the love for her daughters and family. If she’s not working or at her laptop writing, you can catch her most days watching a sci-fi movie or TV Show, or playing the Wii with her daughters.
The one thing I like most about UnBound: Battle of the Half-Angels, besides the exciting adventures of Justin and Theo, is Ronnie Massey’s trademark casual tone in which she writes. Well, I am not a teenager anymore, but I thoroughly enjoyed her writing style, and I am sure every young adult who loves fantasy novels will be drawn quickly into the story line.
And, of course, I myself was totally into the story line. It all starts of with the Archangel Michael who is looking for his son, Justin. In the course of assembling an army of two to fight Lucifer, he also has Uriel, another fellow, but black archangel, contact his son, Theo. The whole scenario of how the both of them struggle to convince their offspring that they are, in fact, half-angels, the interaction between Justin and Theo when they meet, and the clumsy discovery of their supernatural powers is filled with fun and excitement. Very soon after they mastered these powers somewhat half-way, the two of them have to leave for a face-off with Lucifer, the dark angel.
Lucifer himself has a daughter, Gloria, and his attempts to convince her and her brother to join his army, are not quite as successful as Michael’s and Uriel’s. In fact, Gloria, herself a teenager too, feels drawn to be in the company of the two boys, and that leaves a lot of room for some teenage romance a la Romeo & Juliet. Did she fall in love with either one, Justin or Theo? Well, there is not enough time to find out as the two boys are engaged in a serious battle that could even end up with their deaths.
The Nephillim Chronicles – Book One by Ronnie Massey
Justin and Theo are just normal teenagers with their teenage problems, until the day they meet their biological fathers, Michael and Uriel, two of the few remaining archangels. They learn, they are nephillim, the half human offspring of angels, and they learn they are not the only ones. In the days of old, nephillim walked the earth. Now heaven’s misfits may be all that stands between mankind and the wrath of Lucifer and the Fallen. But how will a handful of teenagers react when they find out, not only are they not human, but they are the most powerful soldiers in heaven’s army? How will they deal with their newly found powers? And will they be able to stop Lucifer?
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