Sunday, September 11, 2016

Black Angel

Black Angel

Author: Kyell Gold

Genre: LGBTQIA, Sci Fi & Fantasy

Rating: 5 out of 5 fairies

Where to buy: Amazon

Synopsis: Meg's always thought that love and ghosts are fantasies for gullible people, but her skepticism is about to be tested. As her roommates Sol and Alexei move on with their lives, the otter remains stuck in her rut, unsure what to do about her future or about her best friend Athos. He wants more than friendship from her, but she isn't sure whether she's straight or gay, let alone in love with him. Not helping are the strange trances that show her the lives of two other young girls, one who wants to be a voodoo priestess and the other who wants to to escape a Christian cult. Athos sticks by her as the trances take over her life, and Meg will have to figure out her true feelings or lose him along with everything else. 

About the Author: Hi there! I am a writer of gay furry fiction--but you probably know that if you've seen my book listing here. I live in California with my husband Kit, and when I'm not writing, we like to go out to eat and watch movies. We travel a lot, too, mostly around the West Coast, but occasionally to the midwest and east. 
I blog at about upcoming travel plans, upcoming books and news, general writing principles, gay rights, and whatever else seems interesting. And I co-host a podcast, called "Unsheathed," where we talk about the craft of writing and the furry fandom, sometimes at the same time.
If you have a question about any of the books, check the FAQ on my website and then ask away! :)

Review: Having not read any of the other books in the series, I went into this totally blind. I don't read reviews until after I'm done, and the biggest thing I've seen is that people who had read the other books in the series gave it mixed reviews. That being said, I really enjoyed this book. It stands on its own just fine. A very enjoyable read that has me intrigued about the author's other work. I look forward to someday reading the earlier books in the series and learning more about Meg and her friends and the past events that are alluded to in this book. There's plenty to draw you in and keep you reading, and a really fresh set of storylines. Overall, I'm impressed and would definitely recommend this.