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Halo Trilogy

Three angels are called down to Earth to keep simmering dark forces at bay: the archangel warrior, Gabriel; Ivy, a healer, and Bethany, a teenager, and the least experienced of the trio. When Bethany falls in love with a mortal boy named Xavier Woods, all her powers are put to the test as the Dark Forces close in on her. In this riveting series by the talented Australian author Alexandra Adornetto, Bethany’s challenged by forbidden love, a motorcycle ride to hell, and an ever-darkening angelic power in the heavens. Nobody knows the hearts of teenagers quite like Adornetto, who wrote the first book in the trilogy, Halo, when she was only 16. “If it were not for young adult readers like her,” according to The New York Times Book Review, “the Y.A. boom never would have happened and publishing would be much gloomier.”

  • Heaven
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    • Heaven

    • Halo Trilogy (Volume 3)
      Alexandra Adornetto
      Square Fish

    • Only sixteen when she started the series, Ally Adornetto knows how teen hearts beat, and this long-awaited conclusion is certain to be her most popular book yet.

      Bethany, an angel sent...

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      • Physical Book
  • Hades
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    • Hades

    • Halo Trilogy (Volume 2)
      Alexandra Adornetto
      Square Fish

    • Heaven Help Her.

      Bethany Church is an angel sent to Earth to keep dark forces at bay. Falling in love was never part of her mission, but the bond between Beth and her mortal boyfriend,...

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      • Physical Book
      • eBook
  • Halo
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    • Halo

    • Halo Trilogy (Volume 1)
      Alexandra Adornetto
      Square Fish

    • An angel is sent to Earth on a mission.
      But falling in love is not part of the plan.

      • Available in:

      • Physical Book
      • eBook

Alexandra Adornetto

Alexandra Adornetto was only fourteen when she published her first book, The Shadow Thief, in Australia. Her U.S. debut, Halo, debuted in Fall 2010 on the New York Times bestseller list a week after it was published and has been published in over twenty countries. The daughter of two English teachers, she admits to being a compulsive book buyer who has run out of shelf space, and now stacks her reading “in wobbly piles on my bedroom floor.” Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Ally is now a college student in the U.S.

Bill Backman