Teen Review: Strange Angels
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Strange Angels by Lili St. Crow
Teen Reviewer: Khamedriah Grimes
"Normal" is not a word to describe this new paranormal fiction by Lili St. Crow. Dru Anderson is not the average girl getting ready for graduation and proms. She is too busy delving into the Real World, where werewolfs, zombies, and powerful immortals live. Dru has been in training with her dad since she was young. To be prepared for the Real World is not easy. One night she comes home and she fights a zombie who has broken into her house. When she figures out who it is, it turns her world upside down.
I found out about Strange Angels by looking at the last page of one of the Vampire Academy series books. I am not disappointed in how the book turns out. There are so many twists, surprises, and shockers. They will sneak behind you in every corner. Dru's life is always on the run, and throughout this book you will figure out why everyone wants her, either dead or alive.
Of all the characters in this book, I like Dru as a main character because she is risky and dangerous.
Strange Angels is the first book in the series. It is only the beginning.