Since my copy was an ARC, I will speak nothing of the errors I may have or may not have found within this work.
Angelsong picks up exactly where Angelstone left off, Israel is very close to death due to the demon poisoned blade he took to the back for Adere. Alyx has so many conflicting emotions, but she is still the same Saraphelle, who thinks she has to do everything by herself without any help from those who would do anything to have the chance to prove themselves to her.
Michael plays a small role in this book, the demons barely have any role. The book mainly focuses on Alyx and Jordan and trying to get the things needed to cure Israel before he dies. Of course Alyx has yet to tell anyone that Israel being kept alive has to do with much more than her love for him, since well, if Israel dies, Alyx dies. Mayrekk plays a good role in this book and it was nice to see him again, the silly old man is always a pleasure.
As per Angelfire and Angelstone, Angelsong leaves the reader wanting more and the story comes to an abrupt end. Unfortunately, Angelblood doesn't release until next year so we're all pretty much screwed until then!
As with the others, I recommend this book to anyone who loves Urban Fantasy and the ultimate battle between good and evil. There are some interesting things to be learned in this book though that will have the reader slack jawed for a minute or two.
I give this book 5 of 5 paws