E. Genelle Edwards has put an interesting spin on religion with The Guardian Chronicles. It’s clear she put an amazing amount of time and research into the background of the book.
However I found it really slow, usually I can get into a book and start enjoying it and fly through it so fast, but this just didn't happen with The Guardian.
Kendi i found the least angelic being ever, overly whiney and constantly goes on about his raw end of the deal, he seems to have several melt downs. i also found it hard to know what was going on, like one minute kendi is on earth because he broke the law up there in Empyrean and being sentence, to spend time on earth with his angelic powers stripped, to endure what a human being endures, but then on the next hand he is there as a guardian on a mission...??? an assignment with his 'Brothers'
For me this was a really slow page turner, and it didn't keep my mind entertained. I may come back to this one again in the future and read for a second time, incase I'm not in the right frame of mind for this kind of read at the moment, obviously if I feel differently second time around I will update my review.
I did have a favourite character though I like Malachi, I didn't understand him at the beginning of the book, but I liked him right from the start.