Children of Angels Book Review

Children of Angels

About the Book – Children of Angels
Jeremy Lapoint’s dad is in prison, and his mom struggles financially. When Jeremy discovers he can fly, pass through walls, and see spirits, his guardian angel, Asiel, explains that he is a Nephilim, a human-angel hybrid. Jeremy discovers other Nephilim young people. They’re enrolled in a school for teens with special powers and are told they’ve reached humanity’s next level. When Jeremy counters that they are half angel, he must battle human and superhuman forces who oppose the truth.

About the Author
When Kathryn Dahlstrom’s husband was transferred to Los Angeles, she traded Minnesota’s black-bear country for the inner-city and taught children at a Child Evangelism Fellowship Good News Club in Watts. She also began her writing career. In addition to writing six titles in the Good News Club children’s fiction series published by Child Evangelism Fellowship Press, the author is also a screenwriter and film producer.

Read the First Chapter here.

My opinion
This book is action packed from the very beginning. You see a teen ager who is the target of bullying discover that he can fly. The main character realizes he has wings, can see demons and can soar to heights he has never imagined. If you are looking for a book that tackles the paranormal world but you’re not into vampires or zombies, this could be just what you are looking for.

I received a copy of this book for the purpose of the review.


  1. says

    Sharon, thank you for your excellent and upbeat review of CHILDREN OF ANGELS! One of my main reasons for writing the book was to give kids, teens, and fantasy fans something different. Thanks for pointing that out!

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