Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. The lack of music as well as emotional depth mars Angel-Seeker – Kindle edition by Sharon Shinn. Download it. Angel-Seeker is a science fantasy novel by American writer Sharon Shinn, published in It is the fifth novel in the Samaria series. It is set shortly after. Angel-Seeker is the sequel to Sharon Shinn’s wonderful novel, Archangel. Shinn’s subsequent books in this series, Jovah’s Angel, The Alleluia.
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Secondly, because of all that was riding on it. Jansai women are like the Taliban’s women, completely covered up and kept inside windowless rooms where they sew and gossip and treat each other badly. Obadiah is impossible not to love; he’s a kind hearted angel who has lost his heart to the wife of his friend and leader, the archangel Gabriel.
I was expecting this one to be more about the women obsessed with angels and bearing angel children; part of the book was about that, but the other story overshadowed it it should have been two separate books. Please email webmaster fantasticfiction.
Not to mention that if you’re going to really hammer on one of your parallel culture’s treatment of women, you really can’t more or less entirely ignore the sins of your other parallel cultures as far as that goes Third, learn the market.
My favorite has always been the first one, so I was very happy to return to the time period in which Archangel is set and reunite with a few familiar characters. She’s not at all sure she wants to be Angelica. Then the fourth book jumped to a time long before the first, and then this one was just after the first. Jul 07, Drduby rated it liked it. But I still loved it. Meanwhile, the title character, Elizabeth, becomes an angel-seeker – a woman who desires more than anything, to bear an angel child, and will do pretty much anything to further that goal.
She is determined to marry an angel and give birth to an angel child. No matter the circumstances or the events, this is simply impossible.
Angel-Seeker — All About Romance
This is the 5th book in the Samria series, but the story actually takes places just after the 1st book Archangel. Again we spent time seeekr the Edori, who are by far my favorite group of people within this series.
They remain the bad guys in this sequel also but in an offensive not intriguiging way. The wandering Edori are friendly, warm, family-oriented, and generous, but they are also disorganized and unambitious.
Views Read Edit View history. The two women’s stories bring them inexorably to a meeting. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. But her story sweker primarily about personal growth and self-empowerment. Obviously, to a certain degree, Shinn found a formula and stuck with it. I did read all five books back-to-back, which meant that some of the elements did get a little repetiti Samaria Series If all romance books were like these, I might consider myself to be a fan of romance novels in general.
This was her usual love story it was more satisfying the first one or two times and this time it had more than ever of oh, the Jansai aka the sweker
I love this series, I’ve tried other books by Shinn and have not been able to appreciate them. Consequently, Rebekah and her rebellious cousin Martha have a great deal of time to worry about their futures, commit small rebellions, and complain about Jansai rules. Feb 16, Joy Weese Moll rated it really liked it. And, sharoh people of Samaria, all of them, including the angels, just seem so innocent and naive, while we are already seeler outside the land to what is really going on, and what the god really is.
A new hold for the southern province of Jordana must be built to take its place.
What bugged me was where it fell in the Samarian timeline. Each has interesting moments, but they’re barely connected.
I admired her and how delicately and complexly her conflicted character was handled. What constantly amazes me about Sharon Shinn is that she consistently crafts equally strong female and male characters. A graduate of Northwestern University, she has lived in the Midwest most of her life. I love the world that Sharon Shinn created with her Samaria books. I loved Rebekah, mainly. Life is hard and mostly pastoral, and young women with no family or ties dream of producing snaron ‘Angel Baby’ to insure they will have a place to live and be taken care of for the remainder of their lives.
In stories with multiple points of view, my favorite character usually ends up being the one the book starts off with. I am a little sad to see this series come to an end as the world is a fun place to spend time.