Friday, October 7, 2011


This is book 1 in the series

Most teens turn sixteen and get the license to drive, but Lil Falcon gets the license to kill demons. Orphaned as a child and raised by an eccentric grandfather, Lil is concerned with surviving high school and is unaware that she's a Guardian-a being with super powers charged with killing demons and protecting humanity. When she meets Bran, a mysterious boy with amazing abilities, his psi energy unlocks her latent powers. But Bran has a secret that can ruin their growing relationship, and the truth she discovers may destroy everything she believes in unless she finds the right balance between love and sacrifice.


Book 2 in the series

Lil has come to terms with her life as a Guardian/demon hunter and the wielder of the Nephilim most powerful weapon-the Kris Dagger. She trains everyday to master her growing powers, gets along with her Guardian trainee friends, most of the time, and cherishes the time she spends with her human friends.

Just when she feels she belongs, her nature-bender father contacts her and warns her about a betrayal by someone close to her. Then Bran, the boy she loves, starts to act strange and one of her human friends acquires a supernatural ability. While Lil struggles find a connection between these three things, she begins to realize that someone is manipulating her and will stop at nothing, including hurting those she loves, to lure her to the dark side.

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I decided to review these books as a series.  I truly loved reading these books.  The story puts a new twist on super powers, demons and the super natural.  From the first page I was hooked and could barely put the books down, I was lacking in sleep until both books were done.  I found that Ednah Walters wrote her teenage characters perfectly, they acted and thought like teens and were treated accordingly by the adults in the books.  
I have often read book where the teens made no sense and sex or passion were never mentioned.  In these books that is not the case, I remember being a teen and I was passionate about everything.
Ednah Walters truly gets this in her books.
The power struggles and the storyline is amazing.  The  action is unbelievable and really kept me on my toes.  Unlike a lot of other books I was unable to figure out what would happen next.

I recommend you read these books they were awesome!  As a series, it's a must read.  I am so glad I found this series, it's as good as "The Weather Wardens" if not better.


1 comments:

Vanetta Q said...

sounds good... would love to read this series.. will have to research a little more! thanks Leanne!

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