Sometimes, the best thing a girl has to look forward to is killing someone.
When she learned the truth behind her father’s death, Risa Black thought she’d given up on revenge. After an unknown enemy takes the life of someone dear to her, revenge is all that keeps her going. While hunting for the assassins, she uncovers a web of espionage and deceit that destroys her sense of
everything she knew.
It soon becomes clear she’s in over her head. Consumed by the sorrow of loss, she accepts a mission from the Martian Liberation Front, not caring it’s a one-way ticket. Desperate to uncover the truth hidden behind all the lies, she hopes to find answers in a place that should not exist:
The home of the angel Raziel.
Reviews for Araphel
Received an arc of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Where the last book left us in a crumpled heap, this one begins with a new day. Risa is still feeling completely shattered after a certain event that took place at the end of the last book, and escapes to her sanctuary, an abandoned vent. Soon after, her tech starts showing errors and shuts down. She’s helpless and alone. I was excited to start this book after the last one, and was really glad I could just pick this one up. I really like the cover, keeping [...]