"Rebekah" by April Reyna - A Personal Review

Updated on January 27, 2019
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A compelling story of Heaven and Hell, and how one angel can change everything.
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Book Title : Rebekah

Author: April Reyna

Publisher : Black Rose Writing

Publication Date : November 4, 2017

Page Length : 119 pages

Rabekah is God's daughter who loves her brother Lucifer dearly. When he was cast out of Heaven, she became rebellious and caused trouble, so when she was sent to Earth to hunt demon's, it came as no surprise when she stopped doing her Father's bidding and went on to live her own life with a little help. When trouble begins to threaten her peaceful life, it will take more than herself to fight. She will have to rely on both Angels and Demons to help her protect the world she feels the best in and maybe learn a secret her Father is keeping.

Review Time (Contains Spoilers—Read at Your Own Risk)

First, let me say that I loved this book and have just one major issue with it—there is no second book! Even though the book was very good (although short) it left me with questions unanswered and wanting more. This is good considering not all books do so. Even though the book has been out for a little over a year, I was very sad to see there wasn't another one, and have even contemplated writing to the author to tell her how much I love her book and desire a second one. I have never felt so passionate about a novel as I do now.

The characters were lively and easy to understand for the most part. To be able to give Angels and Demons such different personalities that made you love, hate, or respect them in different ways was truly appreciated. I especially enjoyed how the story was told in Rebekah's point of view, so it was easy to understand how something could look and feel from an Angel's perspective. Especially with how much an Angel could see where are human's would not be able to see. I felt that having it from Rebekah's view allowed Reyna to be able to reflect more on how Rebakah and felt and why she felt so strongly one way or another. This was smart and allowed the reader to really understand her and the actions she took.

There was romance involved in the story, and I found it to be the perfect amount among all the mystery shrouding Miss Rebekah. With so many love interests, it made you wonder why she was so special and what could be the reason behind how she acted when it came to choosing a lover or sticking with one over another. However, the romance scenes were brief and only added to the story about Rebekah and Lucifer. It definitely allowed Lucifer's possessive side show and how if something would get in his way how he would react which were very nice touches.

I would have to say my favorite part of the story was seeing how someone who is so different from those around them and appears to be useless in planning things could come up with the best ideas for a battle. I also enjoyed how when someone cares deeply about another, they are willing to make sacrifices. I definitely think this book deserves 5 stars out of 5 stars and should have a follow-up book. Although it was very short, it was interesting and kept me wanting more and turning pages. I would recommend this book who is into the Angel, Demon, Heaven and Hell kind of books. It will definitely make allow you to see different views of the same kind of battle while keeping you highly entertained.

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