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Traitor Angel

(The Angelkiller Triad #2)

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In the second book of the Angelkiller Triad, Traitor Angel, the war between The Army of Light and The Enemy continues behind the scenes. Unknown to the general population, the battle for control of humanity is heating up.

Jonah Mason, called Angelkiller, faces more than one decision. His Army resistance cell is wounded physically and emotionally, on the brink of falling apa
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Kindle Edition, 228 pages
Published October 21st 2012
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Sheila
Following on immediately from Angelkiller, Traitor Angel ups the momentum, adds intense action and intriguing backstory, and creates a satisfying sense of character, depth and danger, even for readers who didn't start with book one. The slightly futuristic world introduced in Angelkiller hurtles now toward Evil domination, forcing the good guys, the Army, to face increasingly tortuous choices in its defense. Jonah Mason has already broken the rules and isn't sure what to make of the forgiveness ...more
Anika Claire
Review originally posted on The Oaken Bookcase on November 12, 2012.

In this second book in the Angelkiller Triad, Mason and his cell must try to decipher the files recovered from Azazel, work out who the mysterious Andrael is and try to take down the corporation headed by Azrael.

I felt this instalment suffered from being the middle part in this larger story – there was quite a lot more talking and plotting and nowhere near as much action as there was in Angelkiller, but it does feel like it’s al
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Kim (Bookishly Me)
What if in the war between good and evil, good had to retreat and evil won. And what if the world did not know evil won but was convinced good had won. Well that is the world created by Blalock.

I always like find a new author who has created a new world for me to discover. Eventhough the fight between good and evil isn’t quite new, the world created by Blalock is. Not only does evil rule without people knowing it, the story is partly set in an advance virtual reality.

I really enjoyed Traitor An
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Cassandra
Oct 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, fantasy
When we previously had left off in Angelkiller, Mason managed to defeat the evil angel Azazel with the help of some human long-lived knights: Jaelon, Malthusan, and Populus. In Angelkiller, they weren't exactly warm to Mason's cell but eventually as in this book they aren't stony. As with Mason's cell, we get to see their pasts. Jaelon who was once a slave is later taken into the angelic conflict of The Army and The Enemy. Malthusan a knight that seems to hold feelings for the knight's leaders J ...more
William Bentrim
Nov 06, 2012 rated it really liked it
Traitor Angel by H. David Blalock

This is a continuation of story of good versus evil started in Angelkiller. Angels and Demons so to speak are the main characters in this story. However they aren't the traditional Angels and Demons. It is the Army versus the Enemy with the Army being the good guys and the Enemy being the bad guys. The world is being manipulated by the Enemy and it is up to the Army to stop them.

In some ways it would be nice to ascribe the troubles of the world to a mythical ban
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Herika Raymer
Feb 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
And the battle rages on.

The Army still battles the Dark, and with one good victory they are encouraged to continue. The problem is that with every victory there is always loss, and this one hit a bit hard. The exploration of doing battle in cyberspace gets even more involved as The Army finds a new ally - or is he? He can provide insider information, but what will be the price.

Traitor Angel picks up where Angelkiller leaves off, answering questions and provoking more. The imagery is wonderful an
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Herika Raymer
Feb 15, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
And the battle rages on.

The Army still battles the Dark, and with one good victory they are encouraged to continue. The problem is that with every victory there is always loss, and this one hit a bit hard. The exploration of doing battle in cyberspace gets even more involved as The Army finds a new ally - or is he? He can provide insider information, but what will be the price.

Traitor Angel picks up where Angelkiller leaves off, answering questions and provoking more. The imagery is wonderful an
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Robin Blankenship
Nov 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is the sequel to Angelkiller and while I fully enjoyed the first book this book was so much more. This one is built up from the first book and everything was more exciting and detailed and more enthralling. It is fantasy but also very much a thriller in that I become captivated by the story. Something I always love about Blalock books is the characters. He writes beautiful, engaging characters. The type character you almost feel you could have a conversation with. One of my favorite things ...more
Kathryn
Dec 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I really liked Traitor Angel, it built up on the suspense of the first book Angelkiller and was written very well. The Angelkiller Triad works really well as a supernatural spy novel, the problem that this novel has is that it leaves questions unanswered. I hope those questions get answered in the next book. H. David Blalock is able to create characters that I care about, even the ones that are considered on the dark side. I look forward to the next chapter of Mason and his cell against Azrael a ...more
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H. David Blalock has been writing speculative fiction for nearly 50 years. His work has appeared in novels, novellas, stories, articles, reviews, and commentary both in print and online. Since 1996, his fiction has appeared in over two dozen magazines including Pro Se Presents, Aphelion Webzine, Quantum Muse, Shelter of Daylight Magazine, The Harrow, The Three-Lobed Burning Eye, The Martian Wave ...more

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