My review: 5 out of 5 stars
Plague of Angels is a book so well written and engaging that I found myself completely engrossed from the beginning to the end. Each chapter is full of intrigue and imagery. I enjoyed the tale of Nyx, a fallen angel, that calls herself the Queen of Hell. In this story, she hopes that Lucifer, whom she describes as inferior to her, will return Hell back to her. For now though, she will haunt the human race in her many forms. The author crafts this story so skillfully and full of biblical mythology that you find yourself wanting to reference the bible for some of the fascinating tales spun in this novel. Nyx is a dynamic character. You want to find her evil, and yet you relate to her when she feels pity for the suffering of innocent children. There are so many levels in this story, that you will dwell on the words for long after you've completed the final chapter. Highly recommended. This book is intelligently written, and a true treasure.