Guardian Angel Files Book 1: Spirit’s Bane

(2 customer reviews)


The Kindred Spirit Bond makes them powerful….

Lucifer has noticed. As with all young angels on the Guardian path, Allister and Mina undertake a wide variety of missions to discover their Gifts. Meanwhile, Satan and his top lieutenants have a new secret weapon to test, so they set a trap for the pair.  

Now, the Guardian Angel candidates need protection. If Spirit’s Bane successfully destroys the angels of light, the last line of defense between humans and demons will disappear.


If you enjoy the book, you should check out Guardian Angel Files Book 2: Kindred Spirits.


2 reviews for Guardian Angel Files Book 1: Spirit’s Bane

  1. Julie Howard

    This is a different book for me but I enjoyed it. I normally choose cozy mysteries but I like the author so thought I would give it a listen. Glad I did and I have downloaded the next next book to see what happens next. I liked the characters and the different situations that they found themselves facing.
    The story sees two young guardians under going training to find out what best suits them in order to help humans, so the story starts with little tasks such as stopping a knife fight at a school. That is until the Demons ramp up there attack plan because they have worked out the two new recruits are no ordinary guardians. This ensures that a battle between good and evils starts that could change the word forever but the one thing with demons is they don’t fight fair.
    I liked the narrator and thought he did some very good voices for the characters.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Rosemary HUGHES

    This is a story of Angels: The training they do, the jobs they can select from and other items that ensure we mortals hear the word of our Father, and vice versa.
    It also shows the demons and Dark Lord’s attempts to overcome heaven and earth.
    Although not religious, even though it deals with topics that are of a religious nature, it is more a following of two trainees, and their options and trials in securing their final graduation.
    Although a different type of book, to the norm, I found, through the audiobook version, an interest in the drama and intrigue on the backstory, similar to any government agency, with spies and superior personnel issuing orders to subordinates, which they demand total adherence to their cause.

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