The continuing social experiment of a Fallen Archangel enrolled under Miryam bat-Michael’s supervision at Celestial Academy continues, and an epic battle between a boyfriend and a bestie begins. I’m Team Zuri all the way because Saint Boy? Eff that guy. What a douchecanoe.
I don’t know if this book was short or just incredibly easy to read, but I devoured it in one bite. Miryam had me hooting and rooting for her all the way, and Zuri had me damn-righting and you-know-it-girlfriend-saying. I want this unlikely friendship to blossom into a bi-curious moment more than I can say, even though I don’t think it needs to happen. I love what these two have just fine as it is.
Ali: Please introduce yourself. Sarah & Molly: We’re Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk. Together we write Urban Fantasy, Dystopian, and Academy books. We have a Fairy Tale Retelling coming soon too. Individually, we write all those genres plus Sarah writes Cozy Mysteries and Molly writes Historical Fiction. Sarah lives in Boston and Molly lives in Denver. Our writing process involves each working in the same Google Doc or passing a Word file back and forth.
This book is excellent for fans of Cassie Clare, and that is saying a ton.
Zuri bat-Lucifer is as content hanging out with her friend Damien in Hell as she is shopping in NYC. Her doting dad has had a bad wrap; he’s made sure she is well rounded, capable, and happy–and he knows that giving her a touch of the human life her mother once had is essential. Still, it has also fostered the natural mischief in Zuri’s soul, and now she is on a quest to recover a priceless angelic relic to her father’s collection before he notices it’s gone, and all Hell breaks loose. LITERALLY.