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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

The Way I Like Them: Angels Books & Giveaway - eBook of Grigory Legacy series by Linda Poitevin


The other day I was talking to a friend about…. what else but books, but more specific about Angels books or books where Angels play an important role.

We were discussing the different approaches authors take on Angels and that made me think about why some Angels books work for me and others don’t, and I got to the conclusion that I like my Angels dark and if they are going to have a religious approach I want something unique and different, I don’t want a bible lesson or anything like it. I’m not against religion, I respect all kinds of religions and I’m very open-minded, but for some reason I don’t like books that are religiously charged.

With that in mind I decided to make a list of some of my favorite Angels series or series in which Angels play an important part explaining why the Angels work for me in those series.



Guild Hunter series by Nalini Singh. I like this series because the Angels are dark, powerful and they govern the people. Some Angels are fair rulers, but not all the angels are good. There are some that are despicable and do horrendous things to the people they govern.
I also love the Guild Hunter series because it is impossible to classify its Angels in any kind of religion.




The Grigory Legacy series by Linda Poitevin. This is one of the best Angels series in the market. It’s dark, gritty and all around extraordinary. One of the things I love the most about this series is that there is a religious factor, there is a war between Heaven and Hell, but Mrs. Poitevin makes it unique and original giving it a completely new identity than what we normally see in other books.



Penryn & the End of Days series by Susan Ee. I love this series because in this case the Angels are the villains, they are the enemy who took over the world and abuse the power they held without any consequence. For them humans are worthless beings that are only good enough to serve them, nothing else. This series breaks the good Angel bubble and explodes it in thousand little pieces.




Daughter of Smoke and Bone series by Laini Taylor. I discovered this series last year and loved it. I like that is more fantasy than paranormal and the Angels live in a different and unknown (no heaven) world to humans.
I love that the Angels (with only a few exceptions) are not good. They have power, they abuse it, and subjugate other races. They believe themselves supreme and could care less for humans and denizens of other worlds.



As you can see I like my Angels different from those we learned in Sunday school, I like my Angels imperfect, devious and the darker, the grittier, the better.

From the series I mention above there is one that every single installment has put me through the wringer and that is the The Grigory Legacy series by Linda Poitevin. Let me tell you something, Linda Poitevin is Evil, yes with capital E. That woman knows how to pull her readers’ strings and she does it again and again, book after book without mercy. She has made me suffer so much with her books that I want to share my pain and love for an amazing series with you, for that reason I’m giving away to a lucky winner an ebook (Kindle, Kobo or Nook) from The Grigory Legacy series by Linda Poitevin. Winner’s choice of:

Sins of the Angels


What do you need to do? Just fill up the Rafflecopter form below and answer the question: How do you like your Angels.


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10 comments:

  1. Me and you--two peas, one pod ;) Except that I haven't read The Grigori Legacy series, but I certainly will now b/c I LOVE all of the other series on your list.

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  2. I'm not a fan of overly preachy angels; I enjoy the mythology and the unique elements that they bring to the table as supernaturals. I'm on a mission to pimp Linda Poitevin too, so great post! :)

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    1. I'm on Book Two of The Grigory Legacy series ---- I LOVE it!

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  3. Fallen, of course! Great post and selection of books although I've only read LTaylor.

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  4. I tend to enjoy the ones that are lost/confused or don't know they're angels. I might even go so far as to say I prefer nephilim. I've seen recs for the Grigori Legacy before but haven't read them.

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  5. I far prefer powerful but not benign angel stories.

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  6. I should read Angelfall, I have the ebook

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  7. Like my coffee, dark and strong ;) I'm totally with you, 13 years at the same catholic school did that to me..LOL

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  8. Love Linda Poitevin's books. Would be really excited to win one.

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  9. I've not read a lot of Angel books but the ones I have, have been naughty Angels.

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