Waiting on Wednesday - Battle Angel by Scott Speer

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

It's going to take a lot more than fame to save the Immortal City in its darkest hour. . . .

With Maddy torn between two loves, Guardian Jackson and heroic pilot Tom, and Angels and humans on the brink of an epic war, the Immortal City is more vulnerable than ever. And when demons descend upon Angel City with the intent to destroy, the humans don't stand a fighting chance without the Angels on their side.

Will Jacks find the strength and forgiveness to enter the fray and fight the demons as a stronger-than-ever Battle Angel? Or has the damage been so great that the Guardians will set off for the next place, abandoning Angel City in its darkest hour?

It all comes down to love-wrecked half-Angel Maddy and the strength of her bond with Jackson in this game-changing, thrice-as-sultry series finale that blends beautiful themes of redemption and renewal with heart-pounding action scenes and jaw-dropping twists.

This week, I'm eagerly awaiting the final installment in the Immortal City Trilogy, Battle Angel, which will release on August 28thAfter reading perhaps the worst cliff hanger ever, I've been impatiently waiting for the final book. I can't wait to see how Angel City will overcome the apocalyptic type disaster that is threatening them.Will the angels band together and save the citizens of their town, even though it would break both their own laws, as well as mortal laws? Who will Maddy choose to stay with? Superstar angel, Jackson Godspeed or pilot Tom? These are questions that I need to know the answer to right now! I never thought I'd be wishing for the end of summer, but come on! I need it to be the end of August!


  1. Oh yes! I can definitely see why you're waiting for this book! This is a great series, but that stupid cliffhanger ending makes the wait worse! ACK!

  2. It was the worst ending ever! Ugh! *Rips hair out*

  3. I've heard of the first book in this series, but I haven't really looked into it. I hope this one!

  4. Kaitlin, it's definitely an interesting take on the angel genre - it's definitely worth a read. The second book is a bit disappointing, with the cliffhanger and the unnecessary love triangle, but I still can't wait to read the third! Only a couple more weeks!