Halo by Alexandra Adornetto Book Review

Halo by Alexandra Adornetto

Last week I had a fun read-a-thon that I participated in where the theme was rereads. This means that your supposed to pick up a book you previously read. I was happy about the theme because I find it a great way to look over your bookcase and see what’s still good and what to give away so you can make more room for better books. Trust me you will feel a lot better getting rid of the unwanted. Anyway the book I decided to look back on is called Halo by Alexandra Adornetto.

One of the reasons what got me to check this book out is the fact that I love the cover. I know I shouldn’t use a cover to judge whether or not to read a book but it’s beautiful. The book’s cover was beautiful, eye-catching and the way it was presented. I also thought the book seemed interesting from reading the summary as well.

For those that never read it, Halo (Halo Trilogy) is the first book in the Halo Trilogy Series by Alexandra Adornetto. This book is about three angels who are part of the Agents of the Light in charge of fighting against the Agents of the Dark who evil and the fallen. The world is being threatened by evil forces.  The three angels in the story Ivy, Gabriel and Bethany the youngest get sent to a beach town called Venus Cove. Ivy, Gabriel and Bethany must investigate the town and live like regular humans.

The story is centered around the angel Bethany who has to pose as a student and go to a high school. There she meets a cute boy named Xaviar who also falls for her as well. Bethany and Xaviar find themselves falling in love but find out that Bethany’s love might threaten the world and break all the rules.

The book is magical and beautiful as the cover promises. I like the characters especially the interaction between Bethany and Xaviar. Despite being from different worlds they connect. I also like how Bethany learns how to be human and learns how to accept who she is. But in the story Bethany was a shy modest angel but after meeting Xavier she becomes daring and brave. Xaviar is also funny and very down to earth.

If I had to rate the book I give four stars for keeping my attention for three days(that’s how long it took to read) and taking me on a journey. If you are someone that wants to check out the book the link is below.  Until my next book review keep on reading.

Buy it on Amazon:Halo (Halo Trilogy)

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