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Pillars of Amorum

The Angriest Angel, Book 3
Narrated by: Eric Michael Summerer
Series: The Angriest Angel Series, Book 3
Length: 14 hrs and 59 mins

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Summary

The dramatic conclusion to the Angriest Angel trilogy finds Chase Madison going up against the most fearsome enemy in the world.

Regulus Lafaye, the leader of the Caelans - a technologically advanced human-like race - has become infected by the anger disease spreading amongst his people. He comes out of the shadows, using his significant mental abilities to psy both Caelan and indigena alike, for nefarious purposes. And while others have tried to warn Caelus - their home planet - of Lafaye’s lust for power, their communications have been intercepted, and help is not coming. 

Formerly a criminal and an outcast, Chase Madison is untouched by the Caelans’ psy influence, and has risked everything to stop Lafaye. Now, Chase has been tortured and imprisoned, and his Caelan love Avery is to be psyed and made compliant. Everything in the universe is stacked against Chase and Avery - superior psy, technology, and intellect. The key to their survival lies deep within themselves. They must cast aside who they were told to be, and become who they were born to be.

©2018 Chris Halt (P)2019 Chris Halt

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  • Joyce Oben
  • 02-10-19

Wonderful series, satisfying ending

This series has been an awesome escape for me. Usually I listen to audiobooks in the car, or while doing housework or farm chores. But more than once, I found myself stopping to just listen, wanting to focus on the story.

The characters are well-rounded. Even Avery, who's almost too good to be true, has other facets to her personality. After spending so many hours with these people, they feel as real to me as the neighbors next door. And the narrator has been stellar with the voices - each one is different enough to easily tell who's speaking, without sounding overdone or forced. I enjoyed his pacing, too.

And I was deeply satisfied by the ending. No spoilers here - I'll be as vague as I can. Endings are important, and a bad one can ruin an otherwise good book. The Angriest Angel series, however, is excellent all the way through. The ending is logical and appropriate and good. I don't know what you will expect from the ending, so I can't say whether it will surprise you, but there were a couple of twists that I didn't foresee.

This series was even better than I'd expected it to be, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The hours flew by.