Book Review: Heaven’s Ghost (Heaven Sent #3-4)

Hello Demon Slayers,

Sundays are great, aren’t they? I’ve had a nice relaxing weekend and managed to finish another book!

As you know, I’ve been continuing Montre Bible’s Heaven Sent series, and I just finished the fourth installment called Heaven’s Power.


This is the actual version of Montre’s book that I have been reading, and it’s a two-in-one although there are two separate books present.

Seeing as I’ve already reviewed book three, I will review book four primarily in this review with a nod to the third book when needed. The overall rating will reflect both books together.

Alright, let’s get this thing going!


Heaven’s Ghost is a special edition of Books 3 and 4 of the Heaven Sent Series. After discovering he is the grandson of a fallen angel, Andrew Turner finds his college life disrupted once again. An evil Jinn (genie) that can possess anyone attempts to take revenge on Andrew and his family because of their bloodline. Andrew will have to learn how to use his new supernatural powers if he is going to protect his family. Maybe contacting his angelic grandfather is the key? Or maybe it’s a slippery slope into a darker evil.

The Review:



I gave books three and four of this series three and a half stars!

After the events of the third book, I was ready for a concluding end to the current journey happening, and that is exactly what I got this time around!

Andrew and Antonio’s family and friends are forced to continue to fight when an ancient evil surfaces, taking over one of their dear friend’s bodies. With time frighteningly short to save their friend’s life, can they banish the demon before it’s too late, or will more evil unravel in the process?

I have to say, I really favored this book over book three. There was a real sense of conclusion that the other didn’t give us, and I’m grateful for that.

The personal struggles that our main characters have been going through in the third book are tied up nicely, and it was nice to see everyone come to terms with their own growing pains.

The plot was a lot stronger this time around. The sense of urgency is really there, and there were some nice plot twists in here that I honestly didn’t see coming. It kept me on my feet, and I enjoyed that.

While this book did suffer from the same general formatting oddness like missing words and misplaced words/typos, this was still a very enjoyable read in the long run, and I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series!

That’s a Wrap!

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