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In the second book of the Angelkiller Triad, Traitor Angel, the war between The Army of Light and The Enemy continues behind the scenes. Unknown to the general population, the battle for control of humanity is heating up.Jonah Mason, called Angelkiller, faces more than one decision. His Army resistance cell is wounded physically and emotionally, on the brink of falling apaIn the second book of the Angelkiller Triad, Traitor Angel, the war between The Army of Light and The Enemy continues behind the scenes. Unknown to the general population, the battle for control of humanity is heating up.Jonah Mason, called Angelkiller, faces more than one decision. His Army resistance cell is wounded physically and emotionally, on the brink of falling apart. The mysterious allies calling themselves Knights are pressuring him to abandon his people. Meanwhile, the world outside draws closer to Armageddon.As Mason and his friends pursue their campaign against Dorian Azrael's global megacorporation, Andlat Enterprises, the stakes get higher with each desperate foray into the enemy's computers. They are fated to lose one of their number and gain an unlikely ally, but any advantage they gain could be fleeting at best.If they fail, it could mean the end of The Army and all resistance to the forces of Darkness....

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Number of Pages : 228 Pages
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  • Sheila
    2018-12-10 03:56

    Following on immediately from Angelkiller, Traitor Angel ups the momentum, adds intense action and intriguing backstory, and creates a satisfying sense of character, depth and danger, even for readers who didn't start with book one. The slightly futuristic world introduced in Angelkiller hurtles now toward Evil domination, forcing the good guys, the Army, to face increasingly tortuous choices in its defense. Jonah Mason has already broken the rules and isn't sure what to make of the forgiveness he's offered. Meanwhile his colleagues reveal new depths and dangers, and the mysterious Knights prove not quite as helpful as their promise. The difference between good and evil, perhaps, is that good really cares about people. But evil does an excellent job of pretending to care, while the good of the greater number might even seem uncaring to the one who pays.After reading Angelkiller I really appreciated learning more about the Conflict's place in history. Meanwhile virtual reality's intriguing backdrops, with convincing technology and imagination, keep a sense of future danger firmly in the foreground. The action's fast and furious, in real and virtual worlds, while the musings on modern life are filled with contemporary thought-provoking details. And the touch of angels and demons is both scary and enthralling.The fate of one and the fate of the world entwine in the pages of this book, and the cruelty of angels just might be the mercy of God. Traitor Angel tells a complete story, satisfyingly built on that sense of awe glimpsed behind the veil at the end of Angelkiller. And now I'm eagerly waiting to learn how it all plays out in book threeDisclosure: I received a free ecopy of this novel during the author’s virtual book tour.

  • Anni (Tea in the Treetops)
    2018-11-25 06:40

    Review originally posted on The Oaken Bookcase on November 12, 2012.In this second book in the Angelkiller Triad, Mason and his cell must try to decipher the files recovered from Azazel, work out who the mysterious Andrael is and try to take down the corporation headed by Azrael.I felt this instalment suffered from being the middle part in this larger story – there was quite a lot more talking and plotting and nowhere near as much action as there was in Angelkiller, but it does feel like it’s all building up to something amazing in the final part.The events of Traitor Angel opened up quite a few new questions – who captured Martin and what has happened to him? We only get hints of what is happening in the rest of the world – there’s something brewing in the Middle East, but what? Also, there were tantalising glimpses of what cities are like in this time (in the USA, at least). We are only told that travel is restricted and most people don’t need to commute, but that’s about all. Perhaps it’s not relavent to the story, but I hope part of the third book is set in a city so we can see the society at work!Even though I didn’t enjoy Traitor Angel as much as Angelkiller, I will be very interested in reading the third part of this Triad. I love a Good versus Evil battle, especially when the combatants are as bad-arse as the Army and the Knights!

  • Kim (Bookishly Me)
    2018-11-18 06:42

    What if in the war between good and evil, good had to retreat and evil won. And what if the world did not know evil won but was convinced good had won. Well that is the world created by Blalock. I always like find a new author who has created a new world for me to discover. Eventhough the fight between good and evil isn’t quite new, the world created by Blalock is. Not only does evil rule without people knowing it, the story is partly set in an advance virtual reality.I really enjoyed Traitor Angel. It is a fast read, with lots of plotting, action and leaves a lot of questions unanswered. It felt like this was a build up to a great finale with the third installment. I do recommend to read the first book in this series, AngelKiller, first. I haven’t read AngelKiller yet and at times I really felt I missed something. So I will be reading AngelKiller real soon.

  • Cassandra (The book & movie dimension blogger)
    2018-11-15 02:54

    When we previously had left off in Angelkiller, Mason managed to defeat the evil angel Azazel with the help of some human long-lived knights: Jaelon, Malthusan, and Populus. In Angelkiller, they weren't exactly warm to Mason's cell but eventually as in this book they aren't stony. As with Mason's cell, we get to see their pasts. Jaelon who was once a slave is later taken into the angelic conflict of The Army and The Enemy. Malthusan a knight that seems to hold feelings for the knight's leaders Jaelon. Finally, Populus who is the voice of reason of the knights and just as intrigued with technology as Martin. Traitor Angel still continues to switch between different character perspectives to better push the story. H. David Blalock so far has done a fabulous job.With his second novel in the Angelkiller Triad, Traitor Angel, he has Mason and his cell still investigating who Andrael in the schemes of The Enemy. So, throughout Traitor Angel, we have a lot of building action where we are further introduced to even more characters. One thing is certain the conflict between The Enemy and The Army as it escalates is moving beyond Virtual Reality but into a place of higher stakes.One important new character is Andrew Nicholson who seems to catch the eye of Meeker. While having read Angelkiller know for a fact that Meeker and Overguard are involved, so it would be a very messy thing there. Even so, as a reader actually excited to read more concerning Meeker and Andrew Nicholson or at the very least more about Nicholson.Angelkiller introduced me to H. David Blaclock's writing and his Angelkiller Triad Trilogy, so now Traitor Angel has only increased my fanatic drive for The Angelkiller Triad Trilogy all the more! As a reader you'll want to make yourself familiar with this trilogy.Overall: Touching readGenre: Fantasy, Speculative Fiction--Review courtesy from Book & Movie Dimension a Blog--

  • William Bentrim
    2018-11-14 03:54

    Traitor Angel by H. David BlalockThis is a continuation of story of good versus evil started in Angelkiller. Angels and Demons so to speak are the main characters in this story. However they aren't the traditional Angels and Demons. It is the Army versus the Enemy with the Army being the good guys and the Enemy being the bad guys. The world is being manipulated by the Enemy and it is up to the Army to stop them. In some ways it would be nice to ascribe the troubles of the world to a mythical band of evil doers as the author does. It is kind of sad that the messes we see today are self created. However on to the story. The knights that appeared in the last story are still with us. They are helping Mason’s cell of the Army. Once again much of the action takes place in an advanced virtual reality. This VR is so advanced that injuries sustained in the digital world can be inflicted on the physical body. The crew of good guys co-opt a Enemy mid-level manager and manage to inflict some damage on the Enemy. One of their own is trapped in VR. The black hats versus the white hats is a common theme, less common is the reversal of roles. Blalock does a nice job portraying a pantheon for both sides. When you come right down to it, the series is a portrayal of the good guys against the bad. I guess the third book will let us know who wins. I recommend the book.

  • Herika Raymer
    2018-11-27 08:47

    And the battle rages on.The Army still battles the Dark, and with one good victory they are encouraged to continue. The problem is that with every victory there is always loss, and this one hit a bit hard. The exploration of doing battle in cyberspace gets even more involved as The Army finds a new ally - or is he? He can provide insider information, but what will be the price.Traitor Angel picks up where Angelkiller leaves off, answering questions and provoking more. The imagery is wonderful and the character interaction is realistic. Once again, put aside personal beliefs and enter a frighteningly possible future which explains most of the ills of our present day. Yet can The Army attain another victory? You will have to read Traitor Angel to see.Personal opinion: The fact that I can actually envision a lot of this probably gives away my opinion of how the world is going currently. However, the digital aspect of it is pretty awesome! The decay of landmarks I am familiar with still haunts me when I drive down them about once a month. I see the roads, but in my mind I recall the writing of those areas and how decayed they become. Altogether an awesome tale!

  • Herika Raymer
    2018-11-24 03:50

    And the battle rages on.The Army still battles the Dark, and with one good victory they are encouraged to continue. The problem is that with every victory there is always loss, and this one hit a bit hard. The exploration of doing battle in cyberspace gets even more involved as The Army finds a new ally - or is he? He can provide insider information, but what will be the price.Traitor Angel picks up where Angelkiller leaves off, answering questions and provoking more. The imagery is wonderful and the character interaction is realistic. Once again, put aside personal beliefs and enter a frighteningly possible future which explains most of the ills of our present day. Yet can The Army attain another victory? You will have to read Traitor Angel to see.Personal opinion: The fact that I can actually envision a lot of this probably gives away my opinion of how the world is going currently. However, the digital aspect of it is pretty awesome! The decay of landmarks I am familiar with still haunts me when I drive down them about once a month. I see the roads, but in my mind I recall the writing of those areas and how decayed they become. Altogether an awesome tale!

  • Robin Blankenship
    2018-11-21 08:30

    This is the sequel to Angelkiller and while I fully enjoyed the first book this book was so much more. This one is built up from the first book and everything was more exciting and detailed and more enthralling. It is fantasy but also very much a thriller in that I become captivated by the story. Something I always love about Blalock books is the characters. He writes beautiful, engaging characters. The type character you almost feel you could have a conversation with. One of my favorite things about this series is it is a gaming book as well. You can tell Blalock is a very intelligent well read person who has really put heart and soul into his writing. I would recommend this book to any one that likes a great series with intriguing characters. I look forward to more books in this series. Blalock has been on my must read author list for quite awhile. Thoroughly enjoyed, Highly recommended.*I received a copy of this book for free to review, this in no way influenced my review, all opinions are 100% honest and my own."

  • Kathryn
    2018-11-15 06:44

    I really liked Traitor Angel, it built up on the suspense of the first book Angelkiller and was written very well. The Angelkiller Triad works really well as a supernatural spy novel, the problem that this novel has is that it leaves questions unanswered. I hope those questions get answered in the next book. H. David Blalock is able to create characters that I care about, even the ones that are considered on the dark side. I look forward to the next chapter of Mason and his cell against Azrael and those he works for.

  • H. Blalock
    2018-11-13 06:39