The Girl in the Storm – A Review

(A Season of Angels)

by Christopher Stanfield

Rating: 5 out of 5.
The Girl in the Storm
(A Season of Angels)
by Christopher Stanfield

Could you bear the cost that it demands?
Seventeen-year-old Genevieve Reidell loves to paint, and values her closest friends above all, but when a gunman terrorizes her high school, her near-reckless bravery sets her on a path that will change the entire course of her life. Her best friend is shot and dying but when Genevieve holds her, the bleeding stops and the wounds close. But when she tries to save another friend, she can’t. Overcome with guilt Genevieve struggles to understand. But when a stranger arrives at her home with a mysterious book and an ominous warning, she learns about her destiny. Angels have protected her, but the time has come to unravel the mysteries that have haunted her for years. Genevieve must learn to harness and control her gifts and accept that whatever she does might not be enough. The Devil must be stopped, and Genevieve is ready to walk into the storm. She’s cheated death before, but can she save herself again without losing those she loves?

A very enticing, thorough story from beginning to end with a fascinating take on an age-old scenario of good versus evil. It was full of gripping page turning suspense. The story was so refreshing and descriptive, the characters were realistic and well thought out. What an exciting first book in the series. I really enjoy Stanfield’s writing and look forward to anything else he may write in future. I would recommend this series.

She Hunts in Shadow – A Season of Angels Novella

She Hunts in Shadow” takes places between Chapter 15 and Chapter 16 of “The Girl in the Storm”

The Woman in Darkness (A Season of Angels Book 2)

The Song of Shattered Grace – A Season of Angels Novella

Elegy (A Season of Angels Book 3)

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