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The Hunted One (End of Days Series Book 1) by [Collett, Meg]
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The fallen have trespassed into Heaven for the first time in eternity. Prepared for battle, Michaela and her Archangels open Heaven’s gates to confront the fallen. Only, Michaela’s Archangels—her brothers and sisters in Heaven—betray her. And when the fallen attack the sanctuary in the skies through the gates Michaela inadvertently left open, the holy angels accuse Michaela of planning the invasion.

One simple mistake with a thousand consequences.

Dragged to Earth by an Archangel turned fallen, Michaela will do anything to return to Heaven and save it. In her fervor, she kills the Archangel—something no angel has ever done before. Wingless, without any hope, Michaela welcomes death when an unlikely human ally, Clark, finds her. With the help of Clark and Gabriel, an innocent Archangel whose friendship deepens into something far more torrid and unexpected on Earth, Michaela must prove the holy angels have their own plan for Heaven, and it is one that may prove to be the End of the Days.

It may be too late to save herself, but Michaela is the only one who knows the truth about the holy angels. If she fails, she may never be able to return to Heaven. But even that may be a hopeless dream.

End of Days Series
The Hunted One
The Lost One
The Only One

Wanting more End of Days? Don't miss the spin-off series DAYS OF NEW. Available now!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 708 KB
  • Print Length: 303 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Meg Collett; 1 edition (16 January 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HWFLY9C
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #365,939 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars very awesome 17 July 2014
By Neddie - Published on Amazon.com
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Why the four stars then, because being the General of Heaven, I can't understand why Michaela kept blaming herself, "it's my fault", blah, blah. Give me a break, the General of heaven wouldn't say that, they would say, "I take responsibility with what happened, and I will fight to correct it, let's roll Clark!" Too much crying and being depressed. It made Michaela look weak, who shouldn't be potrayed that way since she happens to be the Archangel General of Heaven's military! Also, I was kind of annoyed by the way that Michaela would just stand there taking punches, getting her ass kicked and being blamed for everything that went wrong by the other Angels, descendants, and Archangels. After getting beat on, she would just merely walk away to a corner to feel sorry for herself (what an archangel general would not do) when she could have gotten back up defended herself and told them what was really happening (what an archangel general would do). However, I must say, that besides those few trangressions in the book, the story, the relationship between, Michaela, Clark, and Gabriel was fantastic. I really can't wait to read the next books. The book is exciting, entertaining, and keeps you turning thoses pages!
4.0 out of 5 stars What a great book! 4 February 2014
By Lil - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this book after reading a review about it on the Literary Connoisseur blog. Between her recommendation and "meeting" the author on her Facebook page, I knew I needed to give it a try. And for 99 cents how could i not!

I've never read any of the fallen angel genre, this was my first. I really didn't know what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised by a well thought out storyline and some wonderful characters. Some of the previous reviewers said this book had a slow start, however I never felt that. The beginning developed the characters and provided us for motivation and background - they ways authors get us hooked on their characters and invested in what happens to them next. I found myself thinking about the book as soon as I woke up and wondering about how they were going to get over this obstacle or defeat that evil character.

Overall, I really enjoyed Michaela, the main character, and her struggles. She's complex, but likeable. Even though you can understand the POV of those who fight against her. She's not a perfect angel. But she is good and that keeps the reader rooting for her.

I look forward to the next book in this series and can't wait to see what is in store for these angels and their human helpers.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply stunning-5 stars and a top recommendation! 26 April 2015
By Carra at Making it Happen blog - Published on Amazon.com
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When you get ready to start this book, be sure you have cleared your schedule. That’s because once you start reading, you’re not going to want to put it down. Right from the beginning, I was completely captivated and pulled in to this intricately detailed world that the author has created-and every turn of a page drew me in deeper.

The characters are extremely well developed with every single one of them contributing something to the story, and all of them-including the fallen-raptly held my attention. You really feel for the characters, especially the Archangel (and Heaven’s General) Michaela who fights to do what is right, no matter what has happened to her, and no matter the consequences to herself. She is good through and through, even if at times she might seem to do things that contradict that.

The character of Clark, a human, is an interesting one and it’s quite satisfying watching his journey from being a virtual outcast in the Descendants to best friend of a supposedly disgraced Archangel. He becomes a strong character, dependable and loyal.

And then there’s Gabriel. Sigh- and swoon-worthy, this powerful and devoted Archangel will capture your heart with his complete commitment to Michaela, consistently displaying strength of character and his love.

A roller coaster ride the whole way through, The Hunted One has action, romance, an amazing world, an astounding cast of characters and a storyline that will keep you engaged the whole way through—and begging for more once you’re done. 5 simply stunning stars for a book that has easily earned its way onto my top recommendations list!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars intense and then some 27 February 2015
By mike - Published on Amazon.com
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The Hunted One is the beginning to what promises to be an amazing series. Michaela is the leader of the archangels - the highest choir of angels in heaven. Along with the other archangels, she is trusted with protecting Heaven from the fallen along with watching out for humans on earth. For the first time in forever the fallen appear in purgatory just outside of heaven. Michaela and her archangels go to confront them, when Michaela makes two horrible mistakes. One leaving the gates of heaven open while she goes to drive the fallen back. And more damaging, trusting her fellow archangels. Betrayed by her friends Michaela is overpowered and dragged to earth while the fallen have free reign to attack heaven. To make matters worse the other choirs of angels believe that Michaela actually was in on the plan and betrayed heaven. Now broken and wingless, Michaela is in deep trouble. She must clear her name, safe the other archangels who did not fall but who are now on the run (including Gabriel who is imprisoned in Hell!) and prevent the end of days. All this with only the human Clark, one of the Descendants of Enoch. She is running out of time and obstacles just continue to build.

First off let me just say this is not your typical angels and demons story. Good is not always good and bad is well lets just say it is complicated. The world that Meg Collett creates is so involved and so intense, it just gets more and more intriguing with each page that you turn. I was utterly captivated by this, often unwilling to put it down. I know that some other reviewers have mentioned that this might start off a little slowly but I disagree. So much happens in the first chapter, that a big initial chunk of the book is spent dealing with the ramifications of those first few pages. And a lot of the that has to do with the emotional landscape of the characters first and foremost. We really get a chance to see the devastation that Michaela’s psyche experiences and I think that makes us more anxious for the events that happen later in the book.

Collett does a wonderful job drawing us into her characters - particularly Michaela and Clark. Michaela’s hurt is so visceral, so poignant that you ache for her. You want to see her strong again, need for her to find a way to overcome everything. I was really intrigued by her relationship with Gabriel and I cannot wait to see where that will go. I was often shocked by Gabriel’s constant mood changes, which often seemed more dramatic when compared to the really introspective nature that is Michaela. Gabriel is so -- passionate and every time we see him we see a completely different aspect of his character. But it works - it makes sense, and it surprisingly really pushes the story forward. And Clark….oh my goodness Clark is such a brilliant character. He is absolutely hysterical and adorable. At the same time I think that there are so many layers to him which we are just starting to see and I for one cannot wait to what becomes of him.

Just when you think that you have a handle on where the story is going something else is thrown in, another part of the mystery rears its head and you see just how complex this will become. I cannot wait to read the next chapter in this story.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I like it 7 July 2015
By Ju - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow, this story is so fast-paced it is hard to put it down. Yet it took me a while because I was reading 2 other books, same genre, not a good idea btw, I didn't know which one to concentrate first.
I liked almost everything about this story... the plot, the characters, the writing, the emotions it brought up on me. But, how come those freaking holy angels had so much hatred in them? Aren't they supposed to be pure, immune to those negative emotions?! Aren't they supposed to be all love and understanding, and non-judgemental?! Well, apparently they are not, there is a version of Hitler amongst them who seeks Purification.
I liked that Michael is Michaela and I'm still hoping there is a chance to work it out with Gabriel #sigh.
I must say that Michaela's actions were sometimes quite naive for a being who is supposed to be gazillion years old and the General of the Archangels... seriously that you would not go back to close The Gates?! That tiny little detail!
On to the next one.

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