Book II: The Archangel Jarahmael: In Rebellion, Reviewed

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I have been patiently waiting for “The Archangel Jarahmael In Rebellion,” to be released since reading “The Archangel Jarahmael and The War To Conquer Heaven In The Beginning,” in December. Finally the day comes I have the book, savor it, pace yourself…sorry I have been waiting impatiently and I am not a disciplined girl.

The first chapter sets the pace of events unfolding. Every word intended to engage the readers. The rhetoric good verses evil lines are clearly defined, or are they? Author John J. Higgins methodically refuses to adhere to conventional story lines not allowing you as the reader to unwind and speculate what is going to happen. You become absorbed and vulnerable as you assess each characters execution, ability, and loyalty. I was unable to determine the boundaries between good and bad, love and hate, right or wrong at times. Is it misguided to dedicate yourself to an ideal you inherently believe in?

I felt each repugnant betrayal, I rejoiced with every conquest, restless in light of the uncertainty. Again, the writing, the narrative, makes you inhale every word contemplating and agonizing over each decision made. My emotions went from outrage to near tears on many occasions only to be deceived or elated by the brilliant, ingenious, and talented author.

I do have a major “concern,” it happened when I saw “THE END of BOOK II”. Wait what about….when will……why is…… I am not a patient or disciplined girl, please I have unresolved issues. I NEED Book 3.

To purchase your own copy of In Rebellion (Book II The Archangel Jarahmael and the War to Conquer Heaven) click this link!

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Cyndi Porter Price is a mom of 2 grown boys.  She works doing organ donation, finding and placing is the simplest way to put it.  Music is her love and she still does the concert scene! She volunteers constantly for anything worthwhile.  She writes constantly, some for people and some for herself.  We at friendlysuggestions.com are delighted that she has reviewed Mr. Higgins’ book for us here!

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