September 17, 2013 by Jen Cudmore
Title & Author: An Angel’s Point of View by Mike Glenn
Short Summary: When Scott is a teenager, he sees a glimpse of Hell and realizes how low he’s gotten. Saquerel is tasked with being Scott’s guardian and joy fills him with the promotion. Little do either of them know, the Liar will do his best to kill them both.
What I liked about the story: I really liked that the whole story was written from Saquerel’s point of view.
What I liked about the writing: I thought it was cool that the story was more of a biography but it still captured you with how much God can work in a person’s life.
Review by Nate, 13 years old
Amazon summary: When demonic spirits jump the veil between the physical world and the spiritual world, attempting to destroy the soul of potential spiritual warrior Scott Green, God allows Scott’s guardian angel to step in and provide divine protection. As the oldest son of a young unwed mother who struggles to pay the bills and provide shelter in housing projects, Scott veers off his path into danger often. Now Saquerel must assist the fatherless teen through the gauntlet of demonic snares and at the same time reveal Scott’s identity as a son and Father’s inclusion of him.
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