Sage Alexander and the Hall of Nightmares

Sage Alexander and the Hall of Nightmares We are fighting a global war He must get ready Demons vicious half humans and evil creatures of myth and legend prowl the earth unseen to human eyes but not to the eyes of fourteen year old Sage Al

  • Title: Sage Alexander and the Hall of Nightmares
  • Author: Steve Copling
  • ISBN: 9781612549422
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Hardcover
  • We are fighting a global war He must get ready Demons, vicious half humans, and evil creatures of myth and legend prowl the earth, unseen to human eyes but not to the eyes of fourteen year old Sage Alexander Descended from humans and angels, Sage has the power to see and fight all these creatures, and in fact he must The human race is in danger, controlled unknowingly We are fighting a global war He must get ready Demons, vicious half humans, and evil creatures of myth and legend prowl the earth, unseen to human eyes but not to the eyes of fourteen year old Sage Alexander Descended from humans and angels, Sage has the power to see and fight all these creatures, and in fact he must The human race is in danger, controlled unknowingly by the Seven Princes of Hell, the seven deadly sins Greed, Sloth, Envy, Gluttony, Lust, Wrath and Pride all breathe their sin into weaker human ears and take those souls for their own, as they have for centuries And now Mammon, Greed incarnate, has possessed Sage s father and threatens to keep him forever The Angelic Response Council, a committee of angels, archangels, guardians and half angelic humans, has fought the forces of blackest evil for centuries, but their numbers are dwindling There is prophecy of a gifted warrior, who will come in the Council s darkest hour to bring about the demise of the fallen angels cast out from heaven and all of their nefarious descendants His name will be Sage Alexander.Sage must face danger and death as he assembles a supernatural team and battles his way through time and Godspace in order to save his family from the grips of Greed But he has an even bigger quest ahead of him This is only the beginning.

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    1. **DISCLAIMER: I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review.This is probably closer to a 3.5 star read for me. This story is super fast paced! I felt engaged the entire time reading it because it was very action packed! It felt a lot like Percy Jackson in certain aspects with the characters being involved in the fighting of monsters, having to go into something similar to Hell, etc. I did find some things felt a little unrealistic for me, and I don't mean the fact that there are half ang [...]

    2. It's a great read. My 10 year old and 13 year old both loved it. I read it and loved it just as much. Can't wait for the second book!

    3. This book was a surprisingly good read. I did not know what to expect and I'm glad I went into this book blind. This book was very fast paced and kept me interested the whole time. I would continue on with this series.

    4. There were some inconsistencies in the text, but overall I was enthralled. I fangirled over this one so hard. I cannot WAIT until the next in the series comes out.

    5. 3.5 I had a very mixed experience of this book. My interest in it really seemed to fluctuate, perhaps just because of the length and my shitty attention span. I liked Sage as a main character as well as the characters he knows and meets along the way. I also like when characters already know they have powers and stuff before the action starts (like in this book) rather than the "Oh! I didn't even realize I could make a class wall disappear and release a snake with my mind!" approach. So, maybe i [...]

    6. Sage is a VERY impressive first effort in this genre for author Steve Copling. The world he constructs is fascinating and the mythological, biblical and historic references he brings together integrate well and provide a complex mirror of ourselves that young readers will enjoy and mature readers will appreciate. Just plain cool.

    7. An excellent, captivating read. I love this book and I am eagerly awaiting the next one. I highly recommend this intriguingly, entertaining novel.

    8. DNF at page 205.I tried to finish this book because I wanted to have a clear sense of why I didn't like it. But I couldn't make it to the end.

    9. Alrightwhere should I start.So after reading the author's bio I could where he was coming from in terms of writing.To make matters short, writing books for adults is a different beast than writing YA. Also, there's the magic thing.It's kind of funny how obvious it is to tell who has not written fantasy before.But I am getting a little ahead of myself.Let's get started with the YA vs Adult story style. There were way too many insignificant details. I don't care about copious amounts of details on [...]

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