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Reviewed by Peggy Jo Wipf for Readers' Favorite
It thrilled me to continue the Blake Duology with Fallen Angel after reading December Knight’s Devil of Gilding. Fallen Angel picks up with the teenagers whom they kidnapped for a greater purpose, but were only subjected to beatings, starvation, and loneliness. Devil, their captor, takes them on a trip to hide them as Toby Blake’s father and uncle close in on their location. Uncle Clemit spends five years scouring among island chains, through disappointments and doubt, when he receives a mysterious letter from a man named Angel. The children were expected to return to Gilding. Meanwhile, Toby’s father remarries during a weak moment in his life. His marriage could be considered a mistake, but it could also give him the closure he was seeking.
Fallen Angel by December Knight concludes her Blake Duology, but I could easily see her building on one or two of her main characters. The storyline is intriguing as we view the lives of many of the individuals during the same timeline. They each face their own demons, on a physical or mental level. The reader will notice that December Knight keeps the characters focused though they live in a complex web of uncertainty. Her writing style and the intense drive to find the missing children will draw you into the lives of her characters. I love how this thriller shows the faithfulness and the struggles these Christians face through the darkest days of their lives. You will find this novel mesmerizing. Knight’s focus on quality in her work makes her stand out. I hope to see more books from Knight.