Friday, July 19, 2019

Random Review: Death's Angel by Michael Mandrake #Review #Giveaway

Title: Death's Angel
Author: Michael Mandrake
Publisher: Triad Literary 
Cover Artist: Natasha Snow
Publication Date: July 5, 2019
Length: 159 pages

Reviewed by Truus


Death’s plan for revenge is derailed by his lust for one of the Creator’s angels.

Being second to Michael has never sat well with Allerio. Feeling slighted, he travels beyond the heavens, meeting a creature who informs him of his Father’s secrets. With curiosities niggling him, he challenges his god, seeking freedom from stringent rules. Though the prize might look wonderful on the surface, it comes with a heavy price the angel will bear for eternity.

Death’s banishment was only the beginning of his descent. Since then, he’s concocted a scheme to overthrow the highest being, proving him to be a liar. Although confident his plot will succeed, he convinces one of High’s top helpers to assist him. However, Death never intended for feelings of affection to consume him. Suddenly wrecking God’s perfection isn’t as important anymore.

Two gods join forces and become bonded in more ways than one. Can they overcome their emotions to achieve their ultimate goal?

Death’s Angel is the prequel story to Immortals, chronicling the very beginning of Lucifer’s ascent as the god of the third and fourth planes. This story involves male pregnancy and mating.

Warning: On page violence, extreme torture, and death. Look inside for further triggers.


Maybe take note of the warnings, this isn’t a story for the faint of heart!
Personally, I love dark, ravaging stories. The darker the better. This one didn’t disappoint!!

Allerio is a beautiful Angel with high self-esteem. He is convinced about the fact he is the equivalent to High.
High is the creator of goodness, light, and nature. Allerio knows there is more behind the horizon, and hates that High keeps it secret.

After Allerio meets Death, who tells him he should be his own God with worshipers and all the secrets should be revealed, Allerio openly revolts against High. High throws him out of his heaven.

Death and Allerio will create an army of followers, to stand up against High.
It looks like Death is the ideal ruler and both of them together means intimate dark power.
Allerio’s mate Caprios who followed him into the dark side, wants his mate to be the god of the underworld and not one with a shared title with Death.
Allerio has one longing, a family, a child of his own. Caprios refuses to give him this.
When Death feels the hurt of Allerio, his black ‘heart’ does strange things.
With Caprios mocking Death, Allerio is conflicted.

This story is told from Death and Allerio’s point of view. Through their eyes, we meet the dark side. We see how they feed, how they can destroy and have great power. Death can materialize into something tangible and that is stunning!
The contrast of High and Death is visual and palpable from every angle.
The line between good and evil is thin.

A fabulously written fantasy, with the most extraordinary creatures. The way everything was described gave an excellent view of every aspect. I loved the vulnerability of both dark and light characters.
Death’s Angel was one of a kind. Together they were almost invincible. The sexuality was extreme, reaching both the dark hardcore and sweet endearing levels. It had a strong sharpness and passion, very enjoyable to watch!
The many opposites were tremendously written, we meet the creative and destructive side of the powerful creatures. We meet the intriguing, the manipulator, the pacificator, hate and love, chaos and order, the dark and blue skies.
A reassurance:  you can find love and compassion on both sides.
This was quite a challenge for me. To read and try to get rid of all biased ideas and knowledge.

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