Angeions, by Inspirus Mwanake


A blend of “Maximum Ride” and “Percy Jackson,” I think young adult fans would find their favorite aspects of both those series in “Angeions.”

It also draws heavily on several mythos, most notably Greek and Christian as the basis for a unique, character driven plot. Angeions also flips the standard norm of gender roles, which was a very nice change.
Well-paced, nicely stylized, and a wonderful attention to continuity, I would recommend Angeions to young adults everywhere.

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