ASIN #: B00PF1S1Z0
File Size: 399 KB
Page Count: 267
Copyright: December 2, 2014
Publisher: Sudden Insight Publishing
(Taken from Amazon)
Meet the unsung heroes of the supernatural, those who walk between worlds to help humans battle their demons. This is the spellbinding tale of a special group of people whose lives were changed forever. Watch the ordinary collide with the extraordinary to test the mettle of their souls and the power of their love.
The first book in an exciting new series, Walking Between Worlds; Book I: Demons & Angels introduces us to a new way of looking at both the natural and the supernatural worlds. Join Paul Stone and Kris Reed as they walk between worlds in search of answers and themselves.
One of my literary weaknesses are books depicting battles between angels and demons. The timeless battle of good versus evil is one of my favorite things to read. My own guilty pleasure, if you will. By agreeing to read and review Walking Between Worlds, I was excited to be adding to my collection. Too bad I was disappointed.
I've read the few reviews that are out there concerning this book. Those that have read it so far have seemed to enjoy it, especially the characters. I found the characters lacking. Granted, this is the first book of the series and a precursor to future events so there may be things developing in these characters that isn't evident in this book. The characters just seemed to be one-dimensional. I didn't relate to any of them. I wasn't interested in getting to know more about any of them. Apparently, all the main guys in this book have hot girlfriends who enjoy a little forcefulness in the sexual arena (i.e. hair pulling, biting). Not all females are the same and I got a little tired of the sex scenes in what is supposed to be a book about demons and angels.
Speaking of demons and angels ... there is definitely a different thought-process at work in this book. I commend the author for creating a series based on an age-old battle and giving it a philosophical twist. I'm sure there's an audience out there for this type of series, but it's not me. I feel as if the book took too long to get its point across and I became a little bored with it. What the author did make me realize, though, was that I'm a classical kind of girl.
Sorry, Mr. Norry, but I didn't care for your work.
*An ecopy of the novel was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.