Angelguard

Angelguard Within a period of weeks three horrific bomb blasts devastate areas of London Los Angeles and Sydney No explanation is offered no victory claimed for these acts of terror Yet behind the scenes a M

  • Title: Angelguard
  • Author: Ian Acheson
  • ISBN: 9780857212030
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • Within a period of weeks, three horrific bomb blasts devastate areas of London, Los Angeles, and Sydney No explanation is offered, no victory claimed for these acts of terror Yet behind the scenes a Machiavellian European businessman, aided by the dark forces to whom he has sold his soul, is planning to bring the richest nations to their knees for his own evil purposes.Within a period of weeks, three horrific bomb blasts devastate areas of London, Los Angeles, and Sydney No explanation is offered, no victory claimed for these acts of terror Yet behind the scenes a Machiavellian European businessman, aided by the dark forces to whom he has sold his soul, is planning to bring the richest nations to their knees for his own evil purposes Jack Haines, an Australian academic, is grieving the loss of wife and children in the Sydney blast Against his will, he finds himself thrown into a war that transcends the physical world, a conflict in which angelic guards have a special mission for him But how will Jack respond when angels turn out to be than precious porcelain statues And will he accept that he has been chosen to fight for the future of mankind This fast paced supernatural thriller by debut novelist Ian Acheson mixes faith and nonstop action to spin an unforgettable tale.

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    1. Angelguard starts off with a bang. Three separate terrorist attacks in different parts of the world throw people into chaos. A group of very ordinary characters become unlikely heroes as they stumble onto a path of secrets that lead them not only to the identify of those responsible, but a plan for a fourth deadly crime.This in itself would have made for a great thriller, but below the surface of all of this we get a glimpse into the spiritual realm, where angels and demons are actively involved [...]


    2. A very good debut novel by Ian Acheson. The pace is more than enough to keep you wanting more and coming back for same. The plot is well constructed and flows well. Characters you can relate to and are believable.I feel it is inevitable that any novel that concerns angels versus demons, both interacting with humans, the former to strengthen the Christian's relationship with God or to bring an unbeliever to God, and the latter to destroy a Christian's relationship with God and keep the unbeliever [...]


    3. Let me begin by admitting I’m not a huge fan of supernatural thrillers in the Frank Peretti mode. To me, the ‘world–building’ which is a necessary part of a fantasy or science fiction novel invariably seems to be lacking and, instead, the ‘spirit world’ is simply an unseen parallel to our own. The rich and eerie strangeness of the ‘otherworld’ which characterises good speculative fiction simply isn’t there. Angels who experience pumping adrenaline, who bleed profusely and who s [...]


    4. I enjoyed reading Ian Acheson's supernatural thriller. It was fast-paced with lots of action, some twists and turns and a touch of romance. I particularly liked the way Jack Haines was portrayed as a caring family man and the impact tragedy has on ordinary people. Ian uses an omniscient pov to present the interaction between the unseen spiritual combatants (the angelguard and the opposing demons) with the human drama that unfolds following three horrific terrorist attacks in London, New York and [...]


    5. I really enjoyed reading Angelguard, the debut novel by Australian author Ian Acheson. The cover looks scary, but I was quickly drawn into the physical and spiritual story worlds. The book starts in the middle of the action, with the main characters caught up in horrific terrorist attacks. We live through their pain and angst over losing loved ones, and journey with them as they rebuild their lives and face even greater challenges.I loved the way the plot intertwined, and all the story threads c [...]


    6. This reminds me of Frank Peretti’s This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness, although on a more global scale as this encompasses events in the US, Australia, England, France and Germany.It is a story told on 2 levels - the story of the people trying to cause chaos and anarchy, murder and mayhem around the world, and even just in itself this was an intriguing story. However, the second level involves happenings in the spirit world, with the supernatural battle being waged between good an [...]


    7. Debut novelist Ian Acheson storms into the publishing world with Angelguard, the first in a supernatural trilogy that pits angels against demons, terrorists against civilians and a University professor against a Machiavellian businessman. With shades of Peretti’s early novels, Acheson delves into the heavenly realm with both angelic and demonic characters taking centre stage in battles unseen by the humans they both pursue. The demons are grotesque, spiteful and exude evil in contrast to membe [...]


    8. “Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand. Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buc [...]


    9. I stumbled upon Angelguard through reading a blog written by its author, Ian Archeson. I accessed the author's webpage and took him up on the site's offer to read chapter one at no cost. It drew me in enough to want to read more, so I bought the book.I was a fan of Frank Peretti's in my teen years, so figured I was in with a chance of enjoying Angelguard. I wasn't disappointed. The novel gave enough of the human element to draw me into the action, and enough of the spiritual to challenge me. I h [...]


    10. This was a great story of good versus evil. I believe in guardian angels, and I liked the idea of them fighting for me. I liked the idea of bad demons versus angels fighting every day to stop catastrophic events that kill a lot of people. I also really liked that the angels needed the help of humans to stop the demons.The author wrote a great story, and the names he created were enjoyable. I could definitely pictures some of the scenes in my head, and was worried for the characters. I also liked [...]


    11. I'm a long-time Ted Dekker fan, so as soon as I saw Angelguard compared to some of Dekker's earlier works, I knew I had to check it out. What I didn't know is that I'd be holding my breath through most of the book. I loved the fast-paced plot, for one thing--it definitely kept me turning pages. But, too, the spiritual resonance stuck with me long after reaching the end. Packed with action, wit and depth, Angelguard was an awesome read. I can't wait to see what Ian Acheson offers next!


    12. Adventure and the supernatural collide for an intriguing read in Ian Acheson’s ANGELGUARD! Witty angels, foul demons, and compelling humans all make for a read that is enjoyable and exciting. With Acheson’s unique writing style and a compelling plot, ANGELGUARD is not to be missed! I really liked this story!


    13. I fell in love with this book, It had a very beliveable story, makes you feel it's so true, and thats great for me. I hang tight on book's like this, and have nothing but full praise for them thank you very much Ian Acheson, you gave me something to belive in, I love it.


    14. A book that highlights the fact we are in a spiritual warfare and should drive every Christian to be more aware and take prayer VERY seriously against the forces of darkness in the spiritual realm.


    15. Title: AngelguardAuthor: Ian Acheson Pages: 384Year: 2013Publisher: Lion Hudson Those who have read Frank Peretti’s This Present Darkness will enjoy Ian Acheson’s Angelguard, which follows the interaction of human events with the unseen supernatural world. A powerful European businessman, influenced by demonic forces with a sinister plan to create global chaos and destruction, secretly engineers attacks in major cities on three continents as the story opens. Professor Jack Haines, who lost [...]


    16. My thoughts: Angelguard is a work of fiction and the reader must on every page realize that as pertaining to Scriptural beings the author has created angels and demons with personalities and traits rather human in nature.Ian Acheson has written a very well developed and exciting story about an evil, Satanic plot involving depraved humans to create havoc, terrorism, and utter ruin of the political entities and systems of the World. Acheson also uses a brilliant university professor, Jack Haines, [...]


    17. Okay, I admit, when I first saw the book trailer I was both intrigued and a little nervous. Here was a book about the supernatural. I'll be honest and just say I grew up reading Frank Peretti's Darkness novels, some of my favorite books when I was younger, and I was excited to read something about the supernatural and also somewhat hesitant because I wasn't sure what to expect.But I'm glad to say that I was not disappointed. On the contrary, for whatever reason my expectations weren't that high, [...]


    18. I won this in a giveaway.This is a very fast-paced multi-national (and realm) novel that intertwines angels and demons with our lives. There is some weird wording, abnormal sentence structure, and emphasis (via exclamation points) in places that don't feel entirely appropriate for it. That, along with some confusion because of how much goes on in just a 380-page book, brings my rating from a 4-star to a 3-star review. I absolutely love the message of prayer, love, redemption, forgiveness, and h [...]


    19. Several years ago, I read a couple of books that did an awesome job of showing spiritual warfare between angels and evil. Those books were This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness by a new author, Frank Peretti. In my opinion, those were his best books. I really enjoy that type of book, and have read some similar, so when I was offered this book to review by the author, I jumped at the chance. Angelguard is very reminiscent of Peretti's earlier books, but better. This book has a lot of an [...]


    20. The world watches, devestated, as bombs wreak havoc over areas of London, Los Angelas, and Syndey. Three survivors struggle to understand why they survived the attacks when others did not not. Unknown to them, they are destined to play a key role in the ongoing war, one that transcends the physical realm as angels and demons battle around them. A European businessman who has sold his soul to the dark forces is determined to bring the wealthy nations to their knees. As God's faithful followers un [...]


    21. Three bombs go off, in London, Los Angeles and Sydney. Thousands die, and no one claims responsibility. The forces of evil are working behinds the scenes, with a master plan to destroy the governments of the world and it’s up to the angelguard to protect those who are vital to preventing the plan’s success. Angelguard follows Jack Haines, an Australian who lost a wife and two children in the Sydney bomb, and Loren Summers, an executive who was caught in the LA bombing. They meet at INSEAD in [...]


    22. Summary:At three separate times bombs have gone off in London, Los Angeles, and Sydney. Many people were injured and killed. The world is in turmoil and fear because of these blasts. In each of these cities the reader is introduced to people who either survived the bombings, or were apart of the network of terror. There are also unseen forces at work, those who are messengers and defenders from God, and those who are apart of Satan's brute and evil army.There is a large cast of characters and fr [...]


    23. Angelguard is a fast-paced, beautifully written story that showcases the complex struggles, intimate interactions, and perfect balance between the seen and unseen world around us. Ian Acheson’s storytelling is amazing. We see an extremely well-written and well-balanced story that reveals how both the seen and unseen world are integral in working together in order to accomplish small and large goals. Ian shows off his incredible literary skill through the richness and complexity of the converge [...]


    24. The world watches in horror as bombs explode in Sydney, London, and Los Angeles. Countless lives are lost, and no one knows why. Jack Haines and Thierry Le Bon were both victims of the blasts; both were injured and both lost family members. They join forces to uncover the masterminds of this terrible plot and bring their reign of terror to an end. Meanwhile, this is more than physical warfare, as angels and demons wage a spiritual battle unseen by the humans.Fantasy novels are hot right now. The [...]


    25. My husband, who is very sensitive to the spiritual world around us was disturbed by the cover of this book. The story itself did delve deeply into the topic of spiritual warfare. The role of angels and demons in the lives of human individuals was a large part of this book. This topic can be disturbing to some readers. I actually liked the focus of the book.The main characters of the story were interesting. I enjoyed hearing their stories and reading along as their angelguard guided them through [...]


    26. In the war of good vs evil what is the true worth of one soul?Danger and chaos taken the lives of many, and others are left to piece together the reasoning behind the bizarre attacks. Working behind the scenes lie the efforts of those from the spirit world. The unseen battle between the fallen and unfallen has begun and the fate of the world is uncertain. Jack widower who lost his wife and two eldest children during a terrorist attack is carried into a dangerous and important vision to stop anot [...]


    27. Ian Acheson tells a good v. evil story in “Angelguard” that will awaken your imagination. Supernatural battles, human accomplices and evil madmen come together to create a nerve-wracking story that will keep you turning the pages. Unknown to humans, an unseen battle is being fought all around them as their angelguards are protecting them from the demons lying in wait. London, Los Angeles, and Sydney experience bomb blasts within weeks of each other. No explanation. No motive. No one to take [...]


    28. I would recommend Angel Guard to anyone who enjoys reading spiritual fiction. Men and women would both enjoy this novel. The book covered a wide range of action occurring between the demons and angels fighting over the humans. I immensely loved how Ian Acheson described the battle scenes in vast details. I felt like I was living the scenes along with the characters. The book was written to where people could connect to the storyline and plot. It touched on the raw emotions of losing a spouse and [...]


    29. Normally when a book is compared to Peretti's "This Present Darkness" i'm skeptical. Until now i've not read any books that actually live up to that promise. In this case, however, i'd say Mr. Acheson does a very good job of writing a compelling story within the genre without turning out a story that's just a pale shadow of the books that set the standard.Angelguard is complex, intriguing, and well-executed adventure that spans both the world we see and the one of which we only experience the ef [...]


    30. All four men hugged each other enthusiastically. It had been over six months since they last met. They always gathered here before a job. The three others were an odd mix of nationalities: a Russian, a Saudi, and an American. All had been schooled in Switzerland, where their friendship began over forty years ago. From those early days, the foursome learned the power of money, fueling insatiable greed that had driven their future education and employment decisions. Four powerful and wealthy men. [...]


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