Reading this book has been like watching a movie. You know, one of those movies not horror enough to scare you but thrilling enough to make you jump off your seat.
To be honest I wasn't particularly interested in the book (I don't like angels almost as much as I dislike fairies), although I thought the cover was really cool. Then my sweet friend Ann gifted it to me and let me tell you, I couldn't have been more wrong!
New thing to learn: angels can be evil, especially the fallen kind. This book was kinda tricky, you couldn't guess who the bad guy was until almost the end of it, which is good, you know. I don't like when you already know who's good and who's bad right from the start.
Nora & Patch's relationship was kinda weird, but probably because I couldn't figure him out until the second half of the book.
One character I didn't like at all is Vee. I don't know if it's just me, but lately all the female main characters' best friends are always half-bitches: they get the heroine into trouble all the time, they say things to put her in an uncomfortable situation... I don't know, it's kinda boring.
I really, really, REALLY loved this book and I can't wait to read Crescendo!