Myla Lewis once fought gladiator-style in Purgatory’s Arena. Now, she’s fighting again, only this time in Hell. And the stakes have never been higher. The King of Hell, Armageddon, has kidnapped Myla and Lincoln’s young son, Maxon.
In the wake of Maxon’s abduction, all the after-realms calling for war, and no one shouts louder than Lincoln. Myla knows that a war against Hell will cost millions of lives, so she devises her own plan, involving a small attack team and a secret entrance to Hell. Will Myla save Maxon, or will her child and all the after-realms fall to Armageddon?
Don’t miss this exciting conclusion to Myla’s adventures in the Angelbound Origins series! The story continues with Angelbound Offspring and Maxon.
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Best book yet! I love this series! Bauer is so creative. Her world building is some of the best I’ve ever read. And what she did with this story was nothing less than compelling. I had to read it in one sitting. I loved Maxon and can’t wait to read the next book. The release date is already on my calendar. Now I just hope NetGalley gets it a couple of months ahead of the release date so I don’t have to wait as long. Seriously though, Angelbound gets better and better. Bauer has very quickly become one of my favorite authors.
Pam S, NetGalley
Wow! What a rush! I couldn’t put this one down for even a second. It was one of those stay up all night and read `one more chapter’ until there are none left.
There’s an intensity to this book that you feel throughout the novel. Christina Bauer story is well laid out and intricately put together making everything completely and vividly real.
Yvonne Daniels, Goodreads
The book is well written and the story takes you on a ride that is truly awesome. Christina Bauer tells the story so well I just couldn’t stop reading. I finished this book in just 2 days and the only reason that happened was because i needed to sleep. The action and characters were amazing, its a book that made we smile, laughing at Lincoln’s humour and loving Myla’s crazy plans.