The Last Angel Warrior Review

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About the Book

“I’m not going to be the good guy in this story. You should know that before you get the wrong idea. You’re probably expecting that I’m some kind of hero, or warrior, or chosen one. Yeah, I’ve heard it all before. But I’m not. I’m just a normal kid. Some would even argue that I’m evil, and I guess… I am. It’s complicated; you’ll see.”

When Kalib Andrews imagined his sixteenth birthday, he never thought his adoptive parents would try to kill him. Or that he’d spend it running away from The Order – a secret society seeking the blood of the last Angel Warrior to raise a lost goddess. Then again, Kalib never suspected that Angels, Demons, Nephilim, and Magicborne even existed. And he never – even in his wildest dreams – thought he was one of them!

Packed full of exhilarating action, suspense, mystery, and magic, this is the first book in an exciting series that will keep you on the edge of your seat. The Last Angel Warrior is the perfect read for fans of the Percy Jackson series and those who love young adult fantasy novels.


What a fun book this one was! I mean, I am a sucker for anything Nephilim, sooooo, The Last Angel Warrior was right up my alley! Plus this book is WILD! I mean, you will not be bored with everything that happens in it! And also, I know the book isn’t out yet (SOON THOUGH, it releases October 5!), but I kind of want book two like…. Now.

I have to admit, I don’t often read books outside of the “female” perspective and it’s definitely something that I need to stop doing. I mean, this was meant to be the year of me diversifying my reading so I’m glad that this book pointed that out to me. Because I really enjoyed this one! It had a lot of adventure and a lot of fun within mixed in with some more difficult (not the right word, but what is a brain?) topics interwoven throughout.

The one thing that I really enjoyed about this book is that it didn’t fall into the trap of all action and no development. I really loved being introduced to all of the characters and the world/magic. And I really can’t wait to continue with this series and see what happens next!

About the Author

John W. Wells III was kicked out of the 3rd grade because he had an overactive imagination. Okay maybe not kicked out– but he was sent home for telling other students, that he had super powers. So what better profession could he have gone into other than story telling. John prides himself for being a novelist, playwright, and author of the debut novel The Last Angel Warrior.

*I received an arc in exchange for an honest review*

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