Divinity by Michelle L. Johnson #Review

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Title: Divinity
Author: Michelle L. Johnson
Genre: Literature/Fiction (Adult), Sci Fi & Fantasy
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Publication Date: September 23, 2014
Received: Netgallery.com

Overview
When Julia climbs into a flaming car to save a trapped child, she’s left wondering why either of them survived. Then she learns that her father is the Archangel Gabriel, and that she is half human, half Archangel. With guidance from Michael, the most powerful Archangel, Julia sets out to discover her own history and explore her angelic powers. But her journey is cut short when an evil force, invisible to human and angel alike, tears her world apart. Now Julia must fight through her despair, harness her newfound gifts, and risk her very soul to stop the A’nwel and protect the family she never knew she had. What she doesn’t know is that Archangels have secrets too.

Review
I was interested with Divinity because it dealt with angels and half-angels. I stated to enjoy the book more when Michael came into the picture. It was a slow process but I understood that we need the black story so that we knew who Julia is as a person.

Julia is a person you would want to meet and be friends with. She had a hard life but didn’t know it was about to get even harder. There wasn’t always people she could count on but she had started to turn it around this last year. Then she finds out she is half-angel and things get worse in her life. Michael comes into the picture and trains Julia in her powers. However, Julia learns quickly and far more then Michael teaches.

Divinity will keep you wanting to watch Julia grow into her powers and fight the A’nwel. But will that be all she has to fight or learn about, no. This was a quicker read for me even though at times hard to follow along. I did enjoy it in the end and can’t wait for the next book.

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