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(Path of Angels #4)

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The end is in sight.

To stop Uriel from freeing Lucifer, Gabriel and his brothers must fall and go to Hell. It is a sacrifice Gabriel is not entirely ready to make. Will he fight alongside his brothers or forge his own path? There is only one choice.

Alexander doesn’t want to help Uriel nor does he trust him, but the angel has promised him a better life. He swore to protect
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Christine Rains
Jul 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The final book in the Path of Angels series.

Gabriel feels his life fighting fallen angels has been forced upon him. Much anger simmers under the surface. He wants his own life, a happy and simple one. All Alexander wants is to be respected and to keep Charlie safe. It seemed Uriel could offer him everything he wants, until he meets Gabriel and his brothers. Alexander and Charlie are part of the key to helping the archangels in their mission, but will Gabriel keep to the path?

This is the book I w
Chrys Fey
Jul 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing
In this last installment of the Path of Angels series we have Gabriel's story. In the previous stories, Michael, Zadekiel, and Jophiel found love and fell from grace. The last brother left to fall, so they can battle Uriel and stop him from setting Lucifer free, is Gabriel. Gabriel's anger over being chosen, over his set path, and even in God is refreshing. But it is his anger that could be his downfall.

One thing I found interesting about Gabe (other than his anger) was the secrecy behind his di
Cleo deLancey
Jul 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2015-books-read
Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal
Warning: some lgbt
This was an exciting ending to this series. Gabe was reluctant to begin this journey and carried his anger, fear and loneliness with him. I learned more about his character and source of his anger when he journeyed back to his hometown. How dreadful and heartbreaking that experience was for him. He desperately wants to just lead a normal life, love and be loved as his brothers have found mates. His rage at God for the path he must follow drives a wedge
Raymond Mathiesen
Jan 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
Gabriel (Path of Angels #4) by Patricia Josephine


An angry boy, two confused souls and a final battle.

Gabriel finds himself strangely attracted to Alexander and Charlie, male and female half-breeds. Michael, Zade, Joe and Gabriel must descend to hell to counter Uriel's plan to free Lucifer.

Gabe is an interesting character, different from the other brothers in that he carries a lot of anger in him at having his 'normal' life taken away from him. He uses his anger as a shield to protect himself from hurt. We have all acted like this at
Sarah Foster
Jul 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The final book in the Path of Angels series focuses on the final archangel, Gabriel, while also wrapping up the overall plot line that has run through all of the books. Gabriel and his brothers must fall and go to hell in order to stop Uriel from freeing Lucifer. Gabriel’s struggle was really interesting to see: his anger seems to be the thing that sets him apart from his brothers. He doesn’t want to fall and really doesn’t even want to follow the path at all. He just wants his normal life back, ...more
C. McKenzie
Aug 06, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I felt the most for Gabriel, the reluctant one of the brothers who wanted nothing more than to live a human life. His being denied the one thing he yearns for most is poignant. I liked the twists in this final story of the series and how Gabriel interacts with Alexander and Charlie. Charlie is mute, so this was a challenge for the writer to reveal who she was. I think Ms. Josephine did a credible job with physical description and captured this silent character very well.

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When Patricia Josephine was younger, she had dreams of becoming an artist like Picasso. Writing only came later as a creative passion. She wrote down a story on a whim and hasn't regretted a moment since. Now, she spends her days writing urban fantasy or science fiction romance books about paranormal creatures, aliens, or magic.

Patricia lives with her husband in Michigan, hopes one day to have wha

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Path of Angels (4 books)
  • Michael (Path of Angels Book 1)
  • Zadekiel (Path of Angels #2)
  • Jophiel (Path of Angels #3)

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