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With the first two releases in the Renegade Guardians series still a few months out, what better time to find something new to read while you wait? Here are 6 dark fantasy books about angels you can check out today! The world-building is immersive and engaging. The plot is full of intricate twists and turns. It has love, magic, suspense, and vivid descriptions that put you right next to Akiva and Karou. I flew through this book in a weekend. My favorite new adult urban fantasy pick on the list.
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It boasted a fascinating protagonist, a Harvard professor of religious iconography named Robert Langdon, and compelling conspiracy theories. Brown, it seemed, had come out of nowhere. It's major themes are religion versus science, skepticism versus faith, and the hold that powerful people and institutions have over the people they supposedly serve. It introduced the general public to an ages-old secret society, and was a unique entry into the world of conspiracy theory mysteries. Packing the novel with sinister figures worthy of a Medici, Brown sets an explosive pace through a Michelin-perfect Rome. The book received its share of criticism, mainly for its historical inaccuracies presented as fact, a criticism that would carry over into "The Da Vinci Code," which played even more fast and loose with history and religion.