McKaylin Felton's love for the written word started with her joy of reading the creativity of those accomplished authors whom she greatly admires, however reading soon wasn't enough for her. As she began working toward a Bachelors Degree in Creative Writing, she began taking those ideas and characters that once only were in her mind, out on paper for all enjoy.
She currently lives in a small town, bordering Alabama and Georgia, with her husband, two beautiful children, and their two dogs. Aside from reading and writing, she enjoys long bike rides, tending to her yard, and enjoying the moments that come with being a wife and mother.
When Angels Fall
on Dec. 12, 2013
When Angels Fall is a book that I wasn’t quite prepared for, but kept me flipping pages until I was finished. Filled with demonic possessions, murder, scandals, and hard sex, it’s a book not for the faint hearted. Redd’s use of detail makes the particular scenes just as gruesome as you can imagine.
First, we’re introduced to David Thornbrook, the CEO and rich playboy, who’s faced with an embezzlement scandal that destroys his family name and the three generation-ran company of Thornebrook, Hall & Caine.
Next, we meet the fallen one, Margonne, a demonic angel forced with guarding hell’s gates as his punishment. After years of torturing those that enter hell’s domain, the ripple of a potential suicide is comes to him—David’s suicide—and Margonne uses it to his advantage. When the suicide doesn’t go through, Margonne shoots a bullet into David’s head and takes possession over his body. With the thoughts and memories of David, combined with his demonic angel powers, Margonne takes over David’s life and brings the company back around with harsh threats and brutality to all that stand in his way.
From there, the story is ripe with twists and turns, murder, sex, and occult rituals. In all, it’s a short novel (70 pages) that will have you cringing and your eyes bugging out in just the right places. Again, this is not for the readers who are faint of heart or tend to shy away from gruesome and sexually charged literature.