Falling Angel

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Fledgling colonies burn. Orbital stations are reduced to debris. Expansion into the solar system has been completely halted by a force against which humanity is powerless: the Angel. In a final desperate ploy, the best a dying race has to offer must make unimaginable sacrifices reaching for a faint spark of hope: that angels have fallen before.
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About Jesse Jones

A Texas native, Jesse was born in Corpus Christi and lived there until moving to Denton in 1999 to attend the University of North Texas. Thirteen years and four degrees later, he's still in Denton and writing science fiction and fantasy. Though a perennial bachelor, he lives with his five roommates: a programmer, a voice actress, an engineer, a costume designer, and a Japanese teacher. Needless to say, life is never dull.

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Damon L. Wakes reviewed on Sep. 7, 2012

Falling Angel is, in many ways, a very enjoyable book. With space combat and an apocalyptic threat reminiscent of Orson Scott Card's "Ender's Game" or Poul Anderson's "Twilight World," there's a lot to like. However, the many questions raised at the start of the book are largely left unanswered at the end, making the plot as a whole somewhat unsatisfying.

The quality of writing--often impressive, occasionally flawed--seems representative of the book as a whole. Though not brilliant, it's certainly competent and I would be interested to see more from this author.
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