The Revelation of Gabriel Adam review by McTower
The Revelation of Gabriel Adam (The Revelation Saga)
by S.L. Duncan
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fantasy

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Age at time of review - 12
Reviewer's Location - Sykesville, Maryland, United States
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Gabriel Adam is like any normal teen who moves around frequently. One day, he finds out he is being stalked and learns that he is an angel who must protect & save the world with another teen angel. There's just a few problems: She's a girl. He has a crush on her. When there is a break-in at their school, they have to go to war early, for the world is in terrible danger.

Opinion: 

This book honestly wasn't one of my favorites. The author did make me feel like I was part of the setting; it just wasn't what I expected. The vocabulary was perfect for the recommended age. The book has many strengths, including a very large but age appropriate vocabulary & an interesting ending. However, it did have many weaknesses, including dead moments where you just want to put it down because there is much less action. Overall, it was an acceptable book.

Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - religious perspective

Explain your content rating: 

I rated the book religious perspective because it involved a lot of speaking about God and had other religious moments throughout the book.
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