The Prophetess

The Prophetess High up in the heavens righteousness faces off against the greatest dissenter of all time and in the crossfire an angel loses his wings Fallen from Heaven and forced to live amongst the humans in e

  • Title: The Prophetess
  • Author: Desy Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 402
  • Format: None
  • High up in the heavens, righteousness faces off against the greatest dissenter of all time, and in the crossfire, an angel loses his wings Fallen from Heaven and forced to live amongst the humans in exile, angel Ezekiel bares the tragic fate of a disgraced angel Having overheard the rebellious Lucifer s plans to rise up against the sanctuary of Heaven, Ezekiel remains silHigh up in the heavens, righteousness faces off against the greatest dissenter of all time, and in the crossfire, an angel loses his wings Fallen from Heaven and forced to live amongst the humans in exile, angel Ezekiel bares the tragic fate of a disgraced angel Having overheard the rebellious Lucifer s plans to rise up against the sanctuary of Heaven, Ezekiel remains silent, and for his inaction, he is cast from the pearly gates and onto the unforgiving lands of the mortals Two thousand years pass with a cold and hollow wind at his back, and for a moment, Ezekiel resigns to his fate.However, in the year 2016, the winds of fate begin to change, and redemption comes in the form of his brother, Gabriel, who bares great news Ezekiel is given a chance to return to Heaven, but only once he has taken down Molach, an evil demon on the rise If Ezekiel can stop Molach from helping Lucifer return, he will be welcomed back into Heaven However, there is than just a demon in his path, Ezekiel must uncover what else fate has in store for him, including a lovely solitary Prophetess named Isabelle and the endless possibility for joy and whimsy she offers Can Ezekiel rise once to the great destiny that awaits him Or has he been amongst the fickle mortals for far too long
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    • Esther says:

      Thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.This book was a very enjoyable Fantasy book full of action with some pretty cool characters in it. I absolutely LOVE the cover! I've seen a review for this book on with 1-star and I do NOT agree with that. The writing is good, the characters are good and the storyline is pretty good as well. So I'm going to give this book 4 stars, also to tell people; this is not a bad book! I do believe the story ca [...]

    • Greyson (Grey) Edwards says:

      Thank you to Netgalley for providing me an advanced reader copy in exchange for my honest review.DNF @ 15%The Prophetess has a promising premise but failed in executing it. I don't like reading Fuckt*** at least once ever page. In my eyes it's a slur just as bad as r*****. I'm all for a potty mouthed Main Character but that's step in the wrong direction for me, I couldn't get past it.

    • Helen says:

      I'm struggling to give a rating for this one. I enjoyed the story but there are a lot of issues with it.It's massively in need of a good editing. There's a lot of spelling mistakes, and some layout issues that make it difficult to tell which character is speaking. A lot of the action doesn't flow, it jumps between scenes and things don't logically follow on from each other. I think it's self published though so I can forgive things like this, a good editor will sort things like this.I had major [...]

    • Avery ☆ bforbookslut says:

      This review and others like it can be found at bforbookslut@tumblrThis book was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This review edition is an ARC and may differ from the final edition.Verdict: If I could sum The Prophetess up in one word: Awful. Full disclosure, I did not finish the book at Chapter 5, 28% in. I am incredibly upset with this book, the author and the publishing company. I got this on Netgalley and it was categorised Teens and YA. THIS IS [...]

    • Charity Rowell at On My Kindle says:

      I received an ARC of this book with the option of leaving an honest review.4.5 stars rounded up to 5.At first, I wasn't too sure about Isabelle as a protagonist because she came across as a spoiled brat; however, as I learned more about her, she grew on me. Ezekiel did have a tendency to come across as a self-righteous and arrogant ass, and Isabelle made it her mission to knock him down a few pegs. However, beneath the surface, she and Ezekiel do have similar philosophies and perspectives; they [...]

    • Anne Monteith says:

      Let me start by saying that this is definitely not a YA novel, it is NA or adult and I thinks that it's misclassified on several sites.  Also, this is not a polished, perfected novel, it has not been edited by professionals and there are some mistakes and at times it makes it rough to read and seem somewhat silly.  However, I don't read books looking for perfection, especially books by new authors; if the book holds my attention and entertains me without me having to stop and reread and or rew [...]

    • Ana says:

      I was torn by this one. It definitely wasn't YA as I had thought, but that really doesn't bother me. It was an ARC, so it definitely wasn't perfect, which again, isn't too much of a problem for me. The synopsis got me, a book about a fallen angel? I rarely see books about that and I was excited. However there was a little disconnect for me. I couldn't really find a main character, it was a little scattered. However, I did like the plot and story. My rating is 2.5 rounded up to 3. Thank you to Ne [...]

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