Last week I read The Sentinels, episode three of the Harbingers series, and fell in love with Angela’s writing style. This may sound weird but it’s like she is so gentle as she strings her sentences together that I forget I’m reading and the experience is more like I’m watching a movie. If you haven’t read one of her books I recommend you give her a try. I added a link to her website below the bio I added below.
About The Sentinels, episode three of the Harbingers series
Andi, the professor’s brilliant-but-geeky assistant, begins to have troubling dreams of thousands of animals around the world mysteriously dying. When her dreams become a reality, Andi discovers a pattern in the mass deaths. But her theory doesn’t bode well for humankind–and the team could soon face an even greater disaster.
I’m a fan of novellas and short stories so I love that aspect of this series. In book one, Brenda, the tattoo artist, is an interesting character. Here, in book three, we see her heart grow three sizes. Tank, in book one, has a supernatural mystery about him that becomes clearer in The Sentinels. So, the way the characters are growing and changing from one book to the next appeals to me. I’m looking forward to how the team continues to become more than they were in the beginning.
I definitely recommend giving the series a try.
Christy-Award winner Angela Hunt writes for readers who have learned to expect the unexpected in novels from this versatile author. With over five million copies of her books sold worldwide, she is the best-selling author of more than 150 works ranging from picture books (The Tale of Three Trees) to novels.
Now that her two children are grown, Angie and her youth-pastor husband live in Florida with Very Big Dogs (a direct result of watching Sandlot too many times). This affinity for mastiffs has not been without its rewards—one of their dogs was featured on Live with Regis and Kelly as the second-largest canine in America. Their dog received this dubious honor after an all-expenses-paid trip to Manhattan for the dog and the Hunts, complete with VIP air travel and a stretch limo in which they toured New York City. Afterward, the dog gave out paw-tographs at the airport.
When she’s not home writing, Angie often travels to teach writing workshops at schools and writers’ conferences. And to talk about her dogs, of course.
Readers may visit her website at www.angelahuntbooks.com.
What people are saying about Angela’s books…
“Riveting, had to find out the ending. Love the Biblical truths like gold nuggets throughout the book. Good reading. I commend the author!”
“Loved these books. It is amazing what people can do when they have to and this story is very interesting and enjoyable.”
“Another wonderful inspiring story.”
“For those who like Biblical fiction, this author is an expert in writing.”