Angels and Avalon

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Fed up with the antics of gods and their wars, the Archangel Gabriel takes refuge in a secret paradise. The only condition, he must protect Goddess’ treasure. Elizabeth McAllistar wants a new life free of Angels and Avalon. Will she be able to overcome the tragedy and the past that haunts her? More
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About Catherine Milos

Catherine Milos is a Canadian author who has been writing stories since she could hold a crayon. She has published numerous creative non-fiction articles in journals, essays, poetry and occasionally the odd business writing piece. She finds the most enjoyment in writing novel-length fiction.

Aside from writing, Catherine’s passions include rescuing strays, creating and appreciating art, connecting with nature, and being amazed by the magic of life.

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About the Series: Angels and Avalon
No matter how many times they die, they cannot escape. And it all started on Avalon. Life after life Elizabeth McAllistar, Tyrel Hanson, Morgana Lockwood, Kamiel, and their friends and family are reborn again and again, pawns of the gods and each others' schemes. Maybe, just maybe, this life on the Canadian prairies will be different. Together, they'll move beyond their pasts and use their supernatural magic to overcome the schemes organized by powers greater than themselves. Or they'll die trying.

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Reviews

Clinton A. Seeber reviewed on May 14, 2020

This is a good fantasy story with interesting characters. It has some very good plot twists. However - it just seems unpolished or unrefined, or however you would want to put it. This book just does not quite meet professional standards. It sure could use another round of editing from a good editor. The typos, errors, omissions and grammatical inconsistencies are a bit too numerous to be tolerable at a professional level. The author, one Mrs. Catherine Milos, could also greatly benefit from employing a style coach of some sort. Something is just off about the flow of her wordsmithing. The words do not just flow off the page and easily into the reader's mind as they should. There were far too many instances of me re-reading a particular sentence or paragraph multiple times in an attempt to figure out what exactly the author was trying to get across to me. Nevertheless, this story was worth the time put into reading it.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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