Where Angels Fall

Where Angels Fall

Chris Stewart / Aug 18, 2019

Where Angels Fall The war that began before we entered mortality is escalating into the final battle for freedom liberty and the hearts and souls of all men Into this world filled with turmoil our Father will send s

  • Title: Where Angels Fall
  • Author: Chris Stewart
  • ISBN: 9781590382899
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The war that began before we entered mortality is escalating into the final battle for freedom, liberty, and the hearts and souls of all men Into this world filled with turmoil, our Father will send some of his most valiant servants A child is born who may have the power to change the course of history But will Elizabeth remember the covenants she made in the premortalThe war that began before we entered mortality is escalating into the final battle for freedom, liberty, and the hearts and souls of all men Into this world filled with turmoil, our Father will send some of his most valiant servants A child is born who may have the power to change the course of history But will Elizabeth remember the covenants she made in the premortal world Will she and her brothers have the strength to withstand the terrible forces of evil that reign in the Last Days Against the backdrop of Middle Eastern conflict, this story of war and intrigue will have you riveted

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      • Chris Stewart

        Chris Stewart is a bestselling author and world record setting Air Force pilot whose previous military techno thrillers have been selected by the Book of the Month Club and published in six different countries He is the author of the highly acclaimed series The Great and Terrible, as well as A Christmas Bell for Anya, which was performed with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir during their 2005 Christmas concert He has also been a guest editorialist for the Detroit News, commenting on matters of military readiness and national security He is president of The Shipley Group, a nationally recognized consulting and training company and founder of the Utah Renaissance and Leadership Center.


    368 Comments

    1. Better than the first book, this one has more action, less cheez whiz. I like the premise of the great war in heaven carrying on in the last days, and the juxtaposition of spiritual war against physical war. We're getting warmer.


    2. I really enjoyed this book. The first half more than the second half because the second half was so sad. I really like that these books cause me to think and realize how much Satan is trying to influence me everyday. He really does want us to be as miserable as him. I also love how the book helps us to see the Lord's hand protecting us in our lives just as he did for some characters in the book. Can't wait to read the next book.


    3. After reading this thriller, I was left wondering if I am living up to the promises that I made before coming to mortality. You never know who is watching out for you and who is looking to drag you down.


    4. This book was written extremely well. It brought in new asspects to the story, but still rang true to the old. It is a different scene, but the same conflict, the battle between good and evil. Samuel, Ammon, Elizabeth, and Luke are now all on earth, the Father has sent them, his most valiant servants, in the last days to fight againt the adversary. They struggle with the every day temptation man has to go through. They are challenged to remember what they stood for, and what their values were in [...]


    5. After so enjoying the first book I found this one to be a bit more difficult to get through. I was especially distracted by unpleasent parts of the book that involved evil people killing and causing wars out of greed and a desire for power. It's not that I don't believe these things are happening, I know they do. They have for so long. It's just that I had a hard time pulling inspiration to do better and be better from the pages of this book. It was more about continuing the stories of the chara [...]


    6. I just finished this book and I really don't know if I liked it. After the first book, I thought I really didn't like it so well, but I wanted to read the second to see where it went. This book was hard for me because of all the violence, I think. I know the world is bad and hard and ugly even, but I guess I would just choose not to dwell on it and read about it and think about it. This book did make me cry and it wasn't because it was happy or good. I'm not sure if I want to read the next one o [...]


    7. I really am liking this series. I feel like the characters have enough interest to make me want to be friends, there is enough spirituality, but without being completely overwhelming. I really loved when Elizabeth was born and her father saw her spirit her mother feeling like she disappointed him, but then he says, "No I wanted THIS child". Loved Sam "recognizing" Elizabeth and wanting to help her, and the Spirit whispering to Neil saying this would be his only chance to hear the gospel. I also [...]


    8. Chris Stewart is an LDS author who has written these books (there are three of them) about the premortal life and then those same people on earth during armageddon. They're crazy-realistic and terrifying and make me want to get my food storage RIGHT NOW.


    9. While a little slow in parts at the beginning, this story of suspense and intrigue was easy to follow and interesting!


    10. Book 2 moved more quickly. Really interesting being able to read a story that shows both sides of the veil at work. I am excited for the next book.


    11. This one was better than the prologue. It catches my attention but I'm still unsure if I really like this series or not. I've already started the 3rd book and it's getting more interesting


    12. This book was super intense and really made me think. I'm looking forward to seeing how the characters and story progress through the series.



    13. The writing was very good - engaging and descriptive. Incidents carried me along. But the plot was insignificant. I expect a book to stand on its own: that is, a problem arises then is resolved. Or maybe a heroine is captured then freed. But this book merely set the stage for the next "chapters" in the series. I was willing to pass it off to character development, but what appears to be two primary characters, if counted in terms of pages and order of appearance, are killed (tragically). I began [...]


    14. This is one of the hardest ones to read in the series. Where you get a lot of the back stories with corruption and pride and greed. Plus the internal struggles the charters are discovering in themselves.





    15. the book was very interesting but, not a book for me i liked it but not as much as the first one this book was had action every page i turn it got more interesting. The ending was truly shocking


    16. Super good story--plenty of action (perhaps a bit too much at times). Gotta suffer through book one, but worth it.


    17. Okay, this series deserves a review. Hmmm. Where to start?Writing Style and Story: two stars. It is painful in parts. Especially in the first book, "Prologue: The Brothers." The series is many parts boring, and several parts cheesy. I skimmed a lot of this series. It seemed that over half of the entire series was devoted to everything and everyone but our main characters. Everyone that was in the story seemed to have a chance to tell the story from the good to the bad to the insignificant. There [...]


    18. The war continues on….I loved that about this book. It’s so fun to see the war that started in heaven resume in earth life; same battle, but different setting. But not just any setting: the world during the last days is cruel, brutal and heartless, filled with hard-hearted, merciless and even vicious people. People have forgotten who they are in God’s kingdom and have given up searching for truth. They seek only power and worldly honor. The fight is intensifying, increasing, and growing as [...]


    19. This book, written from a Latter Day Saint point of view, focuses on the impact our choices have. It is one of the few books I have read that takes on the point of views of those on the other side of the vale and what that could have been like. The book switches between a few characters which helps foreshadow what happens at the end. This book could easily have another sequel that could follow what happens after Saud Bin-Faysul dies and general Brighton is asked for help. This is a very good boo [...]


    20. I LOVED this book!!! It carried over all the relationships, drama, and conflict from the first book which took place in a pre-earth life. SOOOoooooo goood!!! The ending was so sad and a horrible cliff-hanger!! But I can't wait to gobble up the next book!!Even though this book was written in 2003, the following passage in the book gave me chills. It was almost as if the author had a crystal ball and was looking into all the political unrest in our day - 2016."I believe we are approaching the cros [...]


    21. I finished Vol. 1 and just sent for this by "inter-library" loan. Hopefully they will: A. be able to find it, and B. it won't take too long.Just got this from inter-library loan, so since you can't renew books so obtained it moves, along with a couple of others, to the top of my currently reading pile.Okay.I considered one star here but the reason I don't care for the book isn't really the writing. As a matter of fact some of the prose (as Wesley said about the trees in the Fire Swamp) is "quite [...]


    22. This second book of a many book series (but I thought it was the second of a trilogy when I read it) is considerably different from the first. We continue to see the lives of the four spirits we got to know well in the first book, as well as the adversary and Baalam, one of Lucifer's followers, but now they are living their lives on this earth. The author does an amazing job of describing technical details about aircraft and explosives, as well as complex political situations all over the world, [...]


    23. The saga continues. The war that began before we entered mortality is escalating into the final battle for freedom, liberty, and the hearts and souls of all people. Into this world filled with turmoil, our Father will send some of his most valiant servants.General Neil Brighton is proud of all three of his sons. Ammon and Luke are proving themselves to be men of good worth and intelligence, and Sam, Neil's adopted son, has already achieved honors and recognition in the demanding ranks of the mil [...]


    24. Even though I didn't really like the first volume, I stuck with the series. I had heard from other people that it was good. Sure enough, I did like the second volume much better. Right from the start there was no question as to who the bad guy was. I liked the story line of the Muslim family. The father, Rassa and his daughter, Azadeh. They often had spiritual promptings and obeyed them. This shows that God is no respecter of persons. Those who listen and follow, he leads. The thing I like most [...]


    25. Not as strong and intriguing as Book #1 but still powerful.The characters have now moved from the pre-existance to their mortal lives. Evil is lurking and calamity is brewing. The stage is being set for the final showdown. Luke and Ammon are twin brothers, raised by LDS parents. Their father is the top war administrator for the President. Sam is their foster brother. Raised in an ugly and abusive environment and taken in by the Brightons. He becomes a skilled warrior for the U.S. Army.Elizbeth i [...]


    26. This book was written extremely well. It brought in new aspects to the story, but still rang true to the old. It is a different scene, but the same conflict, the battle between good and evil. Samuel, Ammon, Elizabeth, and Luke are now all on earth, the Father has sent them, his most valiant servants, in the last days to fight against the adversary. They struggle with the every day temptation man has to go through. They are challenged to remember what they stood for, and what their values were in [...]


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