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Dies Irae by Christine Fonseca
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Jul 03, 2012

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Read from July 02 to 03, 2012

This book gave you valuable insight into Mikayel and why he was so hard with Nesy when he had lived the experience himself. To be an angel beyond reproach and then to feel all the human emotions and feel overwhelmed would be difficult. How do you choose between the good of Celestium, saving mankind, your best friend who has been like a brother to you or do you choose love. Sometimes it is not even a choice as your emotions and feelings control your thoughts and desires. Who doesn't want to live happily ever after? Not every story has a happy ending and I was genuinely sad that Mikayel never got to experience the joys of being in love. Azza on the other hand is a mischief maker and all too happy with feeling emotion and like a selfish child, he was spoiling for war. It was inevitable that he would influence Mikayel's decision and his selfish choices cost Mikayel, his love and his chance at a real life. Some things are unforgivable and the repercussions endless regardless of the reasons why it was done.
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