All Airel ever wanted was to be normal, to disappear into the crowd. But bloodlines can produce surprises, like an incredible ability to heal. Then there s Michael. Airel by Aaron Patterson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Airel (The Awakening) (The Airel Saga Book 1, Part 1) by Aaron Patterson, Chris White | at Barnes & Noble.

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Review: Airel by Aaron Patterson & Chris White

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Kim is her one best friend who would do anything for her but Airel seems so dismissive of her- yes, I know Kim’s annoying. The rest I don’t know because after we switch This was probably the worst book I have read so far this year. It felt like a report “I did this and then I did that” kind of speech rather than a narration I would have felt a part of, or at least an emotional journey or whatever I’d have been welcomed into.

If you love books with Angels – this pattegson a must-read. In this series View all Book 3.

Airel : The Awakening the Airel Saga. Book One Part One

If I’m going to be flirting with a witch while I’m tucked under the covers tonight, I want to know! Airel leads a normal, average life when she meets Michael. Sometimes I seem to get lost in what was happening in the past but my favorite parts were what was happening to Airel aarno the present, not her ancestors in the past.

Chris recently celebrated 10 years of marriage with his wife, April, and has two boys: These become two very different, interesting plot lines that merge together for an exciting spin.


In walks the cliche: I normally like having different point of views in a story, but in this case I really liked being in Airel’s head.

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Airel is a normal teenage girl who is a bit shy has some close friends and a good family. Aaron loved to read as a small child and would often be found behind a book, reading one to three a day on average.

A killer stalks her movements. I was pleased that the author’s turned the story around. I have had this fascination with fallen angel stories lately and I just love them.

I especially enjoyed how it’s told in dual, past and present, point-of-views. Michael will have to make hard decisions now. On the contrary, before each time period transition, the authors have a knack for leaving the reader hanging, dying to find out what is going to happen next.

This book takes you through a journey. Kreios, an angel, must fight to protect his newborn daughter and his own kind. His story was solid and I could understand what he was going through. I think the authors did a great job of integrating both plots. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.

The Selection by Kiera Cass Review: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It was back story that I didn’t think we really needed. I was a bit frustrated at how things were going and wasn’t sure I’d like the way it ended but the authors sure pulled out the big stuff for an ending that leaves you begging for the next book!

Sometimes when you have two authors collaborating together you can end up with a mish mash of a story, but this flows and blends beautifully!!

Airel : Aaron Patterson :

She has a pretty good life, a good family, friends, and is a little shy. Best books series I read in a long time,story line was fresh and imaginative.


This love drove him waron want to write, but he never thought he had the talent. She’s smart in that way, and I heart her for it. Bad point number 2: It is the s All Airel ever wanted was to be normal, to disappear into the crowd. It’s like the feeling lingers just over yonder, you can actually graze it with your fingers, but you can never grasp it.

When heroes start to tell lies, even to themselves: They were interesting but not every part was necessary. Servant of the Forest. They are able to truly capture the essence of teenagers, their thoughts, attitude and use of slang.

I tried to ignore it, but I failed. So, we actually can tell a book by its cover First off, I want to thank Aaron Patterson for allowing R2R the opportunity to read and review his book. The story follows two separate plot lines, alternating between Boise, Idaho, in the present day and Arabia in B. Airel is forced to come to terms with these changes and admit that things exist in this world that she had never thought possible and also to discover a past that she didn’t know existed.

Sounds like one I should pass. One of the things I liked most about this story is the main character Airel. As they flee for their lives, as the authorities hunt them down, will Michael be arel to keep Airel safe, or even alive? She has parents that she adores and a best friend who is the sister she never had, her life is pretty good.