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Reviewed by Francine Zane for Readers' Favorite
Artificial Light (Evolution of Angels Book 3) by Nathan Wall is an action-packed mixture of science fiction and Old World mythology. The main character is Jarrod. He has undeveloped powers. He has no idea how he came to have powers, but he does know that the people he cares about are getting hurt around him. Jarrod is in a battle between good and evil, within himself and with the dark angels who have come to destroy him.
Nathan Wall’s Artificial Light (Evolution of Angels Book 3) is a dynamic read. While it is the third part of the series, readers are immediately drawn in from page one, whether they have read the previous books or not. Wall does a professional job of creating a world that transcends reality in both the science fiction and fantasy genres; although, I believe his writing leans more toward science fiction than fantasy. Artificial Light is loaded with breathtaking action scenes and imaginative plotting. While I had problems keeping some of the characters straight and felt some of the point of view changes and time shifts were a bit jarring, the overall pacing and cohesive composition more than made up for my brief periods of confusion.
Filled with memorable scenes and engaging characters, this is the type of story you will read and then complain about, not because the book is bad but because there isn’t more of the story readily available to enjoy. I look forward to going back and reading the two previous books in the Evolution of Angels series.