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Angelfall by Susan Ee

  review No matter how many times I read it, it never gets old. It's one of those books that have a permanent place in my heart there is just something magical about Raffe and Penryn, and I love going back to that world. The world has ended a few weeks ago when angels descendent on Earth. But there are not the nice ones. The Earth was ruined, people hiding in old buildings, scavenging for food, and trying to stay alive. Gangs are forming all over the place, using angel parts as a currency makes living all that more challenging.  Penryn is down earth, no-nonsense kind of a girl. She has to be. Her mother suffers from a mental illness, and she can't count on her, her little sister is in a wheelchair and need her, so it's up to her to find a place and food for them all. And she is far from helpless, she can fight, thanks to all the classes mother signed her up after her sister "accident", but it's still a big burden on a 17-year-old. There are in the process of r

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