Guardian Angel

Guardian Angel Adrian Howell carries a dark secret one that could save the world from psionic domination But this secret must be kept even from his allies As the Angels make their final push to end their year wa

  • Title: Guardian Angel
  • Author: Adrian Howell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Adrian Howell carries a dark secret one that could save the world from psionic domination But this secret must be kept even from his allies As the Angels make their final push to end their 700 year war with the Guardians and set their sights on the rest of humanity, Adrian s small band of freedom fighters must find its way through a maze of betrayal and deceit, and someAdrian Howell carries a dark secret one that could save the world from psionic domination But this secret must be kept even from his allies As the Angels make their final push to end their 700 year war with the Guardians and set their sights on the rest of humanity, Adrian s small band of freedom fighters must find its way through a maze of betrayal and deceit, and somehow restore the balance of power before it is too late And yet, as the war approaches its tipping point, the greatest battle Adrian faces now is not one that is fought with psionics, but deep within the confines of his own scarred heart For even in the unlikely event that Adrian succeeds in his mission, the price of victory might not only be his life, but his very soul

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    1. I dont know what to say, I dont write the best reviews. And this series deserves promotion, this Author deserves recognition. And I hope he get's it. Because this series was amazing from start to finish. Read it, you wont regret it.

    2. "Guardian Angel" is the fifth and final book of the Psionic Pentalogy. What a wild ride! I very much enjoyed books one and two. By the second half of the third book, "Lesser Gods" I was absolutely hooked. This is where the heart palpitations and restless nights started for me. Talk about gripping. I intended on reading Guardian Angel as slowly as I possibly could as to prolong the inevitable end. Turned out to be impossible. I literally couldn't put the book down. I remember I was somewhere arou [...]

    3. A fast-paced story that I couldn't put down. The end game went down with a sad fizzle instead of a bang. I love that the author has an afterwards that explains some of the choices he makes in the book, including the way it ended. While I understand his purpose, I still can't help feeling that the pentalogy built up to big, final twisty action scene and didn't deliver. Additionally, I know the author wanted to keep it real and avoid the fairy tale ending that just wouldn't occur in real life. But [...]

    4. Taken from my review:Full disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The opinions below are entirely my own.And here we are, on the last page. Well, the first of the last pages. “Guardian Angel” follows “The Quest” and is the final book in Adrian Howell’s PSIONIC Pentalogy. I highly recommend reading the other four books before this one – not only are they entirely worth reading, but you may be lost on several points in this book if you don’t [...]

    5. Adrian HowellI read about 6 to 7 books a day. For the first 27 years of my life my reading abilities were limited due to epilepsy. I had about 200 seizures a month until I was 27. I was then put on another medication to assist my first medication in getting these episodes under control. When that happened I went into overdrive with reading. I can now read about 3500 pages a day. When I got Wildborn from Bookbub, about half way through the book I was addicted so I went and purchased the entire se [...]

    6. *I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*Absolutely thrilled. This book is the most action packed book I have ever read and that would include the Harry Potter series! I was so into this book I finished it in 2 days! It was intriguing similar to the other books in the series, extremely descriptive, and kept me hungry for more. Just when you think the book is at the turning point, there’s a plot twist and everything you thought you knew about it pops up like 5 chap [...]

    7. I read the last half of this book last night.arting around 10 and finishing this morning around 230 AM. The previous books are to blame for nights with little sleep.I got book #l on discount that I discovered through Bookbub. AS soon as I finished it I had to buy the rest of the series.The author mentions in the afterword that he eventually elected to release the entire series in one go and I'm glad he did. This allowed for a nicely polished story that I enjoyed reading.My favorite stories are t [...]

    8. Guardian Angel: Book five (PSIONIC Pentalogy #5) by Adrian Howell is an excellent series that got me hooked and I couldn't stop until I was finished. I read the final installment straight through. The war between the psionic factions, the God Slayers and now the Guardian Angels has heated up to the boiling point. Everyone is after Adrian and Adrian has his own personal mission. I thoroughly enjoyed the series and recommend it to everyone. I look forward to more books by this author. Once you sta [...]

    9. DifferentDifferentI have really enjoyed this series a lot and look forward to more books by this author, I will happily pass these books on to my family and friends for their enjoyment

    10. Sad it's over, but what a great ride. I loved this series, well written, a fantastic journey with these characters that are fleshed out well. Give this a shot, you won't be sorry.

    11. Well worth the time!!! Enjoyable Promising author. I would really like the story of Richard told. Thanks Adrian for the adventure.I would recommend this set of books to anyone who enjoys well developed characters and a deeper story than we so often get.

    12. Difficult ending. you always know how things would end for Adrian and once they do it feels like the air is let out of the balloon. it sure looks like another series could begin.

    13. I'm done. I don't know how I feel. I loved this series but now that it's over I'm not sure if I want more or less.

    14. This 5 book series was one of the best finds I have mad on pixel of ink. The characters were well developed, and the story was excellent. I found myself looking forward to reading each night, and when I got to the last bookI was torn . Part of me wanted to not have the book endd part of me wanted to see how it ended. The layers of this story, and the subtle humor in the strangest placeskes this an EXCELLENT choice. Adrian is a Psionicd the story evolves around him growing up, wars between differ [...]

    15. Well the 5 books were very well written in my opinion and the ending was great. I am not sure if Adrian Howell will continue but I will be looking to see. If you read this series be sure you start with book 1 and go straight through to number 5. The series builds very well book by book and the action changes in each so I did not reach a saturation point during my reading. I did have to let my bias against the concept of the characters powers go but the writing made it easy. The series was great [...]

    16. This series is one of the best--and one of the most heart-wrenching--series I've ever read. It ranks right up there with Harry Potter. Yes, it's that amazing!This final novel in the series took me months to read, because I knew that in every chapter something horrible would happen to a characters I loved, and I had difficulty facing that. Still, it's one of the best series I've ever read, and I highly recommend it!

    17. Loved the whole series. I couldn't put story down The flow was great. Sympathy,rage,distrust,agreement,all these feelings and emotions went through me while reading this book. Sorry for Willow and James.rage at the betrayal of Raider.Sorry story is ending.Would love to have Richard s story next

    18. I loved this series! I thought the characters were interesting and loved the progression of Adrian the main character throughout the series. I would recommend this book.

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