Cover Reveal for Warring Angel by S.L. Saboviec
Welcome to the cover reveal for S. L. Saboviec’s Warring Angel, the third and final book of her Fallen Redemption series. Warring Angel’s cover is by Regina Wamba of Mae I Design, and it just might be the most gorgeous of all three.
Publisher’s Description: Enael, a cobalt-winged, demon-fighting Nephil, struggles to establish her place in the ranks of Heaven’s army. Because of a mistake in London in 1888, fellow soldiers refuse to partner with her, and she just can’t stop screwing up her missions.
When the demon Asorat aligns with Adolf Hitler and openly declares his intentions to invade Heaven, the Council of Seraphim needs all the fighters it can get. They assign Enael to raise a generation of human-angel hybrids, one of which will embody on Earth and attempt to halt the Nazi party’s growing power.
As Enael raises the warrior humans, she grapples with the information imparted to her decades ago: she is, indeed, a Cornerstone, created by the Source to defeat an ancient evil. However, no one–not even the Council–knows her ultimate purpose. As the threat grows, Enael must embrace the destiny the Source created for her, or her failure will bring about the end of Heaven itself.
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Other reviews in this series…
Ivana adores the Fallen Redemption series, awarding the first book, Guarding Angel, a 2015 Standout Award.
- Guarding Angel, Book 01
- Reaping Angel, Book 02
- The Impending Possession of Scarlet Wakebridge-Rosé, companion novel
About the Author
Samantha grew up in a small town in Iowa but became an expat for her Canadian husband, whom she met in the Massive Multi-player Online Role-Playing Game Star Wars: Galaxies (before the NGE, of course). She holds a B.S. in Physics, which qualifies her to B.S. about physics and occasionally do some math for the sci-fi stories she concocts. Her dark, thought-provoking science fiction & fantasy contains flawed, relatable characters and themes that challenge the status quo.
Her short fiction has appeared in AE and Grievous Angel, and her debut novel received an honorable mention in the 23rd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards.