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In the summer of , the Payson Church of Tomorrow joins the ranks of those infamous cult suicides when thirty-four members burn to death on a small island off the coast of Maine. At ten years old, Payson member Erin Solomon watches helplessly as the church and its congregation are reduced to ash and embers. More than twenty years later, Erin is an accomplished investigative journalist when she receives word that she has inherited Payson Isle She returns to Maine to learn the truth behind the tragedy that has haunted her since childhood, aided by the rakish mentor who's stood by her side since she was a teenager, her trusty mutt Einstein, and a mysterious stranger with his own dark past.

Soon, Erin is enmeshed in violence, conspiracy, and scandal, as she fights to unearth the secrets of the Payson Church of Tomorrow -- secrets someone will kill to keep buried. Meer lezen Minder lezen. Adian Press 16 november Verkocht door: Amazon Media EU S. Deel je gedachten met andere klanten. Nuttigste klantenrecensies op Amazon. Don't read this if you expect this to be a stand alone book. It's really just part of a book, and you have to buy the next one to continue. I really liked the plot and the character development, but I hate reading to the end only to be left hanging. Return to Book Page.

In the summer of , the Payson Church of Tomorrow joins the ranks of those infamous cult suicides when thirty-four members burn to death on a small island off the coast of Maine. At ten years old, Payson member Erin Solomon watches helplessly as the church and its congregation are reduced to ash and embers. More than twenty years later, Erin is an accomplished investigative journalist when she receives word that she has inherited Payson Isle She returns to Maine to learn the truth behind the tragedy that has haunted her since childhood, aided by the rakish mentor who's stood by her side since she was a teenager, her trusty mutt Einstein, and a mysterious stranger with his own dark past.

Soon, Erin is enmeshed in violence, conspiracy, and scandal, as she fights to unearth the secrets of the Payson Church of Tomorrow -- secrets someone will kill to keep buried. Kindle Edition , pages. Published November 16th by Adian Press first published February 1st Erin Solomon Pentalogy 1. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about All the Blue-Eyed Angels , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about All the Blue-Eyed Angels.

Lists with This Book. Oct 10, Stephen Clynes rated it really liked it. Were their deaths an act of mass suicide or murder? Erin saw those flames and 23 years later she decides to uncover the mystery. Okay, the police did their investigation and ruled it a mass suicide. We all know about religious nutters and how cults work.


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But the purpose of this novel was to create doubt that it may have been murder. Normally people move on after the event and the police investigation, let 34 people, members of the Payson Church of Tomorrow, died during a fire on 22nd August Normally people move on after the event and the police investigation, letting sleeping dogs lay.

Erin however, will not move on and so plunges the reader into this mystery. So I needed to forget about Erin raking up old ground after 23 years and enjoy this novel for what it is.

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I found Jen Blood very good at planting the seeds of doubt in the reader's mind. The pace was okay and the characters motives were skillfully developed. One of my pet hates is novels that flash back and forth in time. This book keeps flashing back to , which is awkward as the reader is getting information that Erin is blind to. This makes the story a little clumsy but does make you second guess where the plot is going. I did enjoy the twist and turns along the way with the constant finger pointing.

Character development is good and nothing in this story would offend your grandmother. Erin does have the odd kiss but there is no steamy sex. I found this to be a good mystery and although it had it's faults, was still a GOOD read that I will vote 4 stars. View all 5 comments. It started off a little slow and the narration was a bit monotone.

However, as I continued reading, I found I enjoyed the author's pace of delivering information and kept needing to know what was going to happen next. Although the rest of the series is not yet available on audio, I'm keeping my fingers Rating: Although the rest of the series is not yet available on audio, I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they will be as I'd like to continue on with the next book.

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Thanks to Audiobook Blast, Audiobook received free in exchange for an honest review. Jul 19, Diane rated it did not like it.


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Most of the reason for my low rating for this book has to do with the end. Because there IS no end. I guess this author wanted to set up a long involved mystery series, but I can't even say how frustrating it was to get through the elaborate setting up of the complex mystery and have it end without resolving the biggest questions.

I can't understand how this book got so many high ratings, I really can't.

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Maybe those people like mysteries that aren't resolved at the end? All of that said, the characters were interesting and original, if at times oddly overlapping. She also set off to interview people quite a few times and then didn't ask key questions which was highly irritating. But what a let-down. They say you can't go home again. In my case, it seems more apt to ask why the hell you'd ever want to. This seemed like an interesting mystery, but unfortunately, it was never actually solved.

Although I really want to know what happened, I highly doubt I'm going to read three or four more books just to get the answers to Book 1's questions. Three stars, rounded down to 2. Aug 06, Patty rated it it was ok Shelves: Books With No Endings! What is it with books that have no ending? It is so annoying! Truly I invest my time into a story and then at the end of the book it tells me to buy the next book, of which there are three next books?

Yes, I did know there were other books based on this first book, but usually a book wraps up one story fairly well with a hook that will go into the next book. Here's the thing, overall I liked this book and the characters. I would have read another book by this author, but n Books With No Endings! I would have read another book by this author, but now I am not interested, I feel like I have been had, and maybe I have and maybe I haven't, but nevertheless that is how I feel. Sep 27, J. Penn rated it it was amazing Shelves: Erin Solomon returns to her home town to investigate the fire that killed a community of religious believers on Payson Island.

As the body count rises, Erin is increasingly desperate to uncover the part her parents played that night, aided by childhood friend Diggs and FBI agent Jack Juarez. I had such high hopes for this book. I've never read a book by this author, but considering it has received almost 4 stars here on Goodreads, I assumed it was definitely a great read.

Oh, how Goodreads has let me down this time.

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I realize that part of my issue with this book could be me. It's taken me a week to get through this book, which is so not normal for me, but I started it just before I returned home from an amazing vacation. My goal was to read something spooky and heart-pounding, howeve I had such high hopes for this book. My goal was to read something spooky and heart-pounding, however, and this book seemed like it would fit the bill. Unfortunately, it was not to be. For one thing, I had a really hard time with the main character. Erin Solomon just seemed so whiny at times though I do agree she had had a really awful life , and she made epically bad decisions.

Plus I didn't care for the way Blood would always have some guy bailing Erin out of various situations, or trying to protect her. I'm more a fan of a strong woman that can take care of herself. The love triangle also didn't work for me. And I guess that's one of my biggest peeves with this book. Is it a mystery? Is it a romance? Is it all three? I was really looking for a heavy thriller, and instead got a love triangle romance with a mystery thrown in.

And then we come to the end of the novel. I realize that Blood intends to continue the mystery in the next book, but this is not how you do it. Alan Bradley manages this well in his Flavia de Luce series; he ends most of the novels on a cliffhanger, but at least he has Flavia solve the main mystery for each novel first.

That way, the reader is left wanting more, yet feels mostly satisfied as well. This abrupt end does nothing but anger the reader. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this book, unless you enjoy feeling frustrated because the mystery was never solved. Mar 14, V Nerd rated it really liked it Shelves: All the Blue Eyed Angels Genre: Narration of the audiobook was good after she got "into the swing" of it, as at the beginning it was very monotone, and I was dreading listening Book: Narration of the audiobook was good after she got "into the swing" of it, as at the beginning it was very monotone, and I was dreading listening to the rest.

The story follows Erin Solomon as she tries to find out what really happened to 34 people who died on a small island that she has recently inherited. The story jumps between past and present to keep us in the loop and also throw in a few clues, but this was not confusing at all and I was able to keep up with the story.

I will certainly be reading book 2 in the series but I will wait for the audio to be released first.


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