Angel of Ruin

Angel of Ruin➽ [Download] ✤ Angel of Ruin By Kim Wilkins ➲ – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Sophie needs to pay the rent and a story on the occult would sell around Hallowe en time The Lodge of the Seven Stars is good for research but Sophie s a sceptic and doesn t believe in any of the ritu Sophie needs to pay the rent and a story on the occult would sell around Hallowe en time The Lodge of the Seven Stars is good for research but Sophie s a sceptic and doesn t believe in any of the rituals Until she meets The Wanderer who has a story to tell her. Without a doubt my favourite book to date I couldn t put it down and the way I was so passionate about telling everybody about it, I started to wonder if maybe the wanderer had gotten to me too I have been a fan of Kim Wilkins since I read the Infernal many years ago which I loved also , but this book, I couldn t put down at all And it haunted me for a long time after reading This book goes between current time and previous happenings And as always with Kims writing, she manages to make yo Without a doubt my favourite book to date I couldn t put it down and the way I was so passionate about telling everybody about it, I started to wonder if maybe the wanderer had gotten to me too I have been a fan of Kim Wilkins since I read the Infernal many years ago which I loved also , but this book, I couldn t put down at all And it haunted me for a long time after reading This book goes between current time and previous happenings And as always with Kims writing, she manages to make you feel as if you really are there, watching the events unfold Anybody who s interested in Paranormal fiction, anything to do with angels and or fallen angels and just anybody who would like to read one of the best books ever written, would really enjoy this book One that I was devastated to finish as there was noleft to read Kim Wilkins is a brilliant author and this book in particular touched my soul Its moody and sensual and harsh and also vulnerable, as are the three young women who step into a world of angels and demons with the naivety of children The story weaves around a contemporary journalist with not enough luck and a bit too much curiosity As stories are told withing stories, the origins of one of the most famous poems ever written, John Milton s Paradise Lost, is re visioned What a fabulous book Kim Kim Wilkins is a brilliant author and this book in particular touched my soul Its moody and sensual and harsh and also vulnerable, as are the three young women who step into a world of angels and demons with the naivety of children The story weaves around a contemporary journalist with not enough luck and a bit too much curiosity As stories are told withing stories, the origins of one of the most famous poems ever written, John Milton s Paradise Lost, is re visioned What a fabulous book Kim Wilkins has contrasted a 17th Century paranormal coming of age journey with modern day notions of right and wrong, good and bad, love and loss and finally, compassion She paints vividly across a landscape that reaches from heaven to hell and back It s wonderful, and horrible, a gripping tale beautifully told Bravo Title Angel of Ruin Fallen Angel Author Kim WilkinsPublisher Harper CollinsThis is a dark tale skillfully woven by this master of Gothic Horror It starts with a simple premise Sophie Black is a journalist looking for something to write about on her return to London to get in some quick cash She is broke and needs to pay the rent, recently broke up with her boyfriend, and feeling fragile Sophie decides to write a piece on the Occult cults in London She manages to get herself invited to a Title Angel of Ruin Fallen Angel Author Kim WilkinsPublisher Harper CollinsThis is a dark tale skillfully woven by this master of Gothic Horror It starts with a simple premise Sophie Black is a journalist looking for something to write about on her return to London to get in some quick cash She is broke and needs to pay the rent, recently broke up with her boyfriend, and feeling fragile Sophie decides to write a piece on the Occult cults in London She manages to get herself invited to a meeting with a group called the Lodge Thoroughly skeptical she partakes in her first ritual and sees it as a sham The only thing interesting about the meeting was when one of the members describes fleeing from an old woman they called the Wanderer, who wanted to tell her a tale Now, Sophie was intrigued, how could an old woman s story be harmful She was about to find out.This is where Kim skillfully weaves in a tale of three sisters in seventeenth century London, daughters of the blind poet John Milton using the two of the girls as his scribes Paradise Lost the poem Milton is working on, takes on immense meaning to the girls when an Angel called Lazodeus they summon creates mistrust and jealously between the three formerly close sisters The youngest Deborah becomes concerned for the family and sets out to save her sisters, her father and herself Through the plague, and the Great Fire of London she learns the powerful magic needed to protect them and ends up making a pact with the mesmerising beautiful angel Only then does she discover the enormous sacrifice she has made Sophie listens to the tale that becomes her obsession and her life over several visits to the old woman in a derelict building The group members of the Lodge try to save her from the spell being cast but it is too powerful She too could become a shadow of her former self, living a long and unfulfilling life, trapped in the spell, desperately trying to tell a tale no one wants to hear I found this book irresistible and disturbing The sibling rivalry and the consequences of simply being too curious were delightful and thought provoking A great read and another treasured addition to the bookshelf I Loved this book It is creepy, atmospheric and truly original The story is a story within a story a young woman is being compelled by a sinister story teller to hear the story of the daughters of John Milton who were enthralled by a fallen angel The angel was a present from their dead mother who at first seems like a wonderful gift for the girls but soon tears them apart.The characters are flawed and selfish, while also understable and sympathetic which of course makes them farinteres I Loved this book It is creepy, atmospheric and truly original The story is a story within a story a young woman is being compelled by a sinister story teller to hear the story of the daughters of John Milton who were enthralled by a fallen angel The angel was a present from their dead mother who at first seems like a wonderful gift for the girls but soon tears them apart.The characters are flawed and selfish, while also understable and sympathetic which of course makes them farinteresting The story is set mainly in Restoration London with all its smelly streets and bustling life and colour The story itself is full of brooding menance and sexual tension that KW keeps up until the end The angel is sexy and not terribly angelic towards the girls I have to admit I sort of wanted one of my own.I m willing to take the bad with the good I lent this book out to lots of people and its still out there somewhere circulating, which means that I shall probably have to purchase another copy as it s a great winter read and a real keeper The Australian title title of the copy I read is Angel of Ruin , note the author also appears to be Australian.This kind of fantasy horror is not really my cup of tea but it was an okay read, a little predictable. Brilliant Needless to say it was extremely engaging Could not and did not want to put it down If I could have eaten this book I would have Absolutely love this author, in fact she is my favourite, writing as both Kim Wilkins and Kimberly Freeman. Another brilliant book by the wonderful Kim Wilkins, whilst straying from horror into fantasy, the twist on the writing of Paradise Lost is amazing The final twist at the end is awesome. A book I would like to be buried with The perfect marriage of history and fantasy, and a shining example of its author s many talents. Perfect like always I really loved the sisters What the author is trying to learn us with this story Bitches, TALK with eachoter and Never let a man come between your sisters and you, and above all no angel Title Angel of Ruin Fallen Angel Author Kim WilkinsPublisher Harper CollinsThis is a dark tale skillfully woven by this master of Gothic Horror It starts with a simple premise Sophie Black is a journalist looking for something to write about on her return to London to get in some quick cash She is broke and needs to pay the rent, recently broke up with her boyfriend, and feeling fragile Sophie decides to write a piece on the Occult cults in London She manages to get herself invited to a Title Angel of Ruin Fallen Angel Author Kim WilkinsPublisher Harper CollinsThis is a dark tale skillfully woven by this master of Gothic Horror It starts with a simple premise Sophie Black is a journalist looking for something to write about on her return to London to get in some quick cash She is broke and needs to pay the rent, recently broke up with her boyfriend, and feeling fragile Sophie decides to write a piece on the Occult cults in London She manages to get herself invited to a meeting with a group called the Lodge Thoroughly skeptical she partakes in her first ritual and sees it as a sham The only thing interesting about the meeting was when one of the members describes fleeing from an old woman they called the Wanderer, who wanted to tell her a tale Now, Sophie was intrigued, how could an old woman s story be harmful She was about to find out.This is where Kim skillfully weaves in a tale of three sisters in seventeenth century London, daughters of the blind poet John Milton using the two of the girls as his scribes Paradise Lost the poem Milton is working on, takes on immense meaning to the girls when an Angel called Lazodeus they summon creates mistrust and jealously between the three formerly close sisters The youngest Deborah becomes concerned for the family and sets out to save her sisters, her father and herself Through the plague, and the Great Fire of London she learns the powerful magic needed to protect them and ends up making a pact with the mesmerising beautiful angel Only then does she discover the enormous sacrifice she has made Sophie listens to the tale that becomes her obsession and her life over several visits to the old woman in a derelict building The group members of the Lodge try to save her from the spell being cast but it is too powerful She too could become a shadow of her former self, living a long and unfulfilling life, trapped in the spell, desperately trying to tell a tale no one wants to hear I found this book irresistible and disturbing The sibling rivalry and the consequences of simply being too curious were delightful and thought provoking A great read and another treasured addition to the bookshelf

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  • Paperback
  • 544 pages
  • Angel of Ruin
  • Kim Wilkins
  • English
  • 06 January 2018
  • 0732267897