Spirit Fighter by Jerel Law


Spirit Fighter
 

                     Spirit Fighter

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Seventh-grader Jonah Stone discovers that he is one-quarter angel--his mother is the daughter of a human and a fallen angel--and after she is kidnapped, Jonah and his sister, Eliza, must try to rescue her, with the help of prayers and a guardian angel.
 
Paperback, 243 pages
Published April 3rd 2012 by Thomas Nelson Publishers 
 
 
MY THOUGHTS
  Spirit Fighter is a fantastic, action-packed adventure of good versus evil—angel and demon. I'm not one who reads too many Middle Grade novels, but Jerel Law has created an excellent story. Jonah, who's thirteen and his eleven year old sister, Eliza, are to be a part of God's plan in the battle against the fallen angel who kidnapped Jonah's mother. She’s a Nephilim, and an evil twist to this is the kidnapper is Jonah's fallen angel grandfather.

Jonah wants one thing in his life, and that’s to make the basketball try outs. But when the coach tells him it’s a no go—that he just doesn't have what it takes to be a basketball player—Jonah asks God why and what's His plan for him. Well, Jonah doesn't have to wait long to get God's answer, and he definitely receive more than he ask for. Jonah finds out God has a huge plan for his life, and with the help of his guardian angel, Henry, who looks like he's a teenager but is older than the plant earth, and his sister Eliza, they’re going to fight the bad guys. And these are the real bad guys…the fallen angels. Jonah also discovers he's one quarter angel and has special angel powers to fight evil. Now it’s up to Jonah, his sister and a teenage guardian angel to be God's plan to go to New York to rescue his mom.

Jerel Law is an inspiring Christian author who puts rip-roaring fun and mind-blowing action into a Christian book for an awesome, thrill ride of an adventure with God's word. I recommend Spirit Fighter as a super, action-packed read.
 

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