[Review] No Rest for the Wicked by Dane Cobain


When the Angels attack, there’s NO REST FOR THE WICKED.
Father Montgomery, an elderly priest with a secret past, begins to investigate after his parishioners come under attack, and with the help of Jones, a young businessman with an estranged child, Montgomery begins to track down the origin of the Angels.
The Angels are naked and androgynous. They speak in a dreadful harmony with no clear leader. These aren’t biblical cherubs tasked with the protection of the righteous – these are deadly creatures of light that have the power to completely eradicate.
When Jones himself is attacked, Father Montgomery knows he has to act fast. He speaks to the Angels and organises a final showdown where he’s asked to make the ultimate sacrifice.


** Copy of book was provided by author in exchange for an honest review **
Iiintersting synopsis. Not something I'd pick up and read in a normal circumstance because it isn't my usual genre but it still sounds intriguing.
Sounds very supernaturally though, (as in the TV series) which get's my attention a lot - obviously for the story and not Sam and Dean - so I think I'm going to enjoy it.
Not something I'd normally read but it has kept me intrigued from the start which a lot of romance novels have struggled to do recently.
The chapters flit from different people and a different parts in the MC's lives.
Essentially the plot revolves around two main characters. Farther Montgomery and Robert Jones, but we visit different people in order to see how the Angels are destroying humanity. The Angels come to earth hunting out everyone that has sinned, making them beg for their lives before burning them into ash.
When the Angels visit both Jones and Montgomery, they decided to do something to stop them, but how do you stop something that essentially isn't real?
But there is a twist in this book that made me, 'oh oh oh,' while I was reading it and I realized how the two characters were linked! it's just a shame that it's only at the end Jones finds out!
It's a great book that shouldn't be overlooked and definitely worth a read, even if it's not your normal genre.