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The Angel of Evil

by Kenneth B Andersen

'new gen' - Great Books for Young Adults

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The Angel of Evil is the fourth book in The Great Devil War series and yet again I raced through it. It’s filled with the same tongue-in-cheek humour as the previous books, but feels much darker.

Before I go on, I must stress that it’s essential that you read books one to three in this series first, to understand the concept of Lucifer’s Kingdom, immerse yourself in the cleverly-constructed setting and to follow Philip’s journey into Hell.

It feels like there’s less new world building in The Angel of Evil than in the previous books, and Hell and its surroundings felt more familiar and more ‘natural’ - the devils, the condemned, punishment and death. Though this time, Philip travels to the far reaches of Hell to save his friend Satina who has been kidnapped, which means there are some new characters to meet while Hell is under attack from rogue devils.

This series is about good versus evil, though not in a conventional way, as devils take the centre stage. As with humans, some are good, some are not so good and some are evil. The narrative is littered with biblical and historical characters that brings a sense of familiarity. There are also a few poignant moments as Philip finally meets someone from his past and decides on his future.


This is an ‘alternative’ Harry Potter series. It grows as the series progresses, with twists and turns and an action-packed plot. It’s very easy to read. But some of the descriptions can be quite graphic so it’s not for younger children or the faint-hearted.

Victoria Goldman

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Nothing will ever be the same. Satina is gone, kidnapped by the enemy. Disobeying Lucifer, Philip heads out to find her, journeying into the deep darkness of Outer Reach.

But nothing can prepare Philip for the horror that awaits--or the demons he will face.

Meanwhile, Lucifer's kingdom is threatened as the Great Devil War draws closer. All Hell is about to break loose...

THE GREAT DEVIL WAR is a gripping, humorous and dark tale about good and evil seen from a different perspective, set in a world beyond your wildest dreams.

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The Angel of Evil Press Reviews

Praise for The Angel of Evil

"Kenneth B. Andersen has a way of taking everything you think you know and turning it upside down in the most intriging and funny way ... Filled with humor, death and romance - a mix that is absolutely captivating." *****

"I loved every bit of it. A masterpiece." *****

"Truly an amazing book." *****

Over 2000 worldwide 5 star reviews of the series!

If you're a Harry Potter or Percy Jackson fan, you don't want to miss this ride!

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Publication date: 20/10/2019
Publisher: Kenneth B Andersen
Format: Ebook

Book Information

Publication date: 20th October 2019
Author: Kenneth B Andersen
Publisher: Kenneth B Andersen
Format: Ebook
Genres: NewGen - YA Fiction,

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