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Let No False Angels

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While Drifters cause destruction to endless versions of Earth, the Magian are the only protection. But when one magus hesitates at a crucial moment, his inaction causes the death of another, and his banishment. Seventeen years later, he becomes the crucial player in an epic battle between Drifters and Magian.
Kindle Edition, 313 pages
Published December 1st 2012
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Ross Palmer-willmott
Sep 01, 2014 Ross Palmer-willmott rated it it was amazing
Let No False Angels is a thrilling and captivating story pulling me in from page one.

There are many parallel Earths which are under the protection of the Magian's fighting horrible and nightmarish creatures called Drifters.

I could not put this book down as there was not a single dull moment within it, the pages are action packed full of loss despair and courage. You really become invested with the characters and cant help but read on wondering what will be their outcome.

This book has some serio
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Note - I was given a copy of Let No False Angels in return for an honest review.

Let No False Angels by Wesley Morrison is a compelling read that those who enjoy a singular story complete with great writing would truly appreciate.

This is a world where the Magians, a rare breed with the unique power of light use their gift to protect the inhabitants of the many Earths and fight the dark Drifters.

Heinrich Aguirre is one such Magus. However, Aguirre’s story is not one of a great crusader fighting p
Laura Montgomery
Sep 03, 2014 Laura Montgomery rated it it was amazing
This is a harrowing but strangely hopeful book. The two main characters are desolate souls, and their worlds give them no reason to expect things to get better. Heinrich Aguirre is an exile from his own kind, the magical people with Light who fight the monster drifters. Julia is also lost, orphaned and abandoned by the one person who might have helped her. She greets Aguirre's return with longing and hope, but has no idea what waits for them both in the battle with the drifters. The author pulls ...more
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Wesley Morrison has been writing fiction since he could hold a pencil. Before that, he told lies, which his mother eventually convinced him were not the same thing. A writer, editor, and publisher in varying combinations for most of his life, he currently lives in Southern California with his wife and dog.
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