If you had the choice, would you give up being able to see the good in the world if it meant that you no longer had to see the bad?
Brielle has been gifted with celestial sight, the ability to see beyond the current circumstances in life and into the realm that includes both angels and demons and the fight for people’s souls. Through circumstances beyond her control, she comes to a crossroad and must make a decision. Both choices will affect her life with her boyfriend Jake, another gifted individual with the ability to heal, her father, struggling to come to grips with a secret that he has held onto for years, and the city of Stratus that is currently under attack.
Dark Halo by Shannon Dittenmore is more than just a book. To me, it was a challenge to realize that things are not always as they seem. In moments that we feel most alone, we aren’t. In times when it feels like life is a struggle, there really are two sides that battle it out. This book, much like one of my favorites, This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti gives the reader a glimpse into the celestial and the things that our human eyes and sometimes out human hearts cannot truly comprehend.
After agreeing to read Dark Halo and complete the review, I realized that this is book 3 in the Angel Eyes series. While the author says that it is possible to read this one without having read the others (it is) I would suggest going back and reading the first two, Angel Eyes and Broken Wings. Both were well worth the time and ensured that Dark Halo completed the circle.
Thomas Nelson Publishing provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.