In the devastated remains of the world, millions of people live in “refugee” camps provided by the angels who have all but enslaved humanity. As this angelic stranglehold tightens, Willow and Alex are recruiting and training new Angel Killers while struggling to hold ground on the celestial battlefield. But Willow continues to have feelings for Seb, and her love and resolve are tested as a shattering revelation sends Alex on a separate journey. Now that the final battle versus the angels is about to begin-and the fate of the world hangs in the balance-each of them must face the consequences of their own choices. Will love endure? Will the human race survive?
Once you get past the people on the front of this book, lets face it not many people are picturing any of the characters like that, this book does get your emotions reeling like the previous two. Despite everything in Angel Fire Willow and Alex’s relationship is stronger than ever and they are finding and training new killers to take down the Angels. Raziel has different plans though and they will literally rock the angels and the angel killers world. If this wasn’t bad enough Alex also takes off on a journey on his own and Willow is left to deal with the consequences. It’s these actions that get the emotions rolling. Panic and anger definitely went on and although its good to have an emotional response I didn’t find it quite at satisfying as the last book. There wasn’t enough interaction between the Angels and humans as I would have liked to build up to the end it was more about the resistance and particularly about relationships. Of course these are important and were nice to read about but as a book I wanted more plot than character. I think the final result of this story was a good ending for the series and of course it is worth read but the book itself didn’t quite live up to my expectations.