The story itself is pretty much your typical half-demon , half-angel war story complete with the races having a world to share. The world in this one though seems to be a form a limbo a place where souls who haven't done enough good to go to heaven, or enough bad to go to hell end up until they decide their fates. IT has it's own creator as well, one of God's firsts. The second twist that separates this story for others of this type is Kara, a human that is still very much alive that finds herself in Crux with the purpose to save the inhabitants from themselves.
I will begin with the formalities so I can get down to the story itself. This book needs a LOT of work in the Editing department. It seems as though the author was confused on how the name for the human savior should be spelled. In the same dialogue more than once it was spelled Nilithar, and then Nillithar. While the author uses large words a lot in the book, the grammatical errors take away and make it seem as though the author simply had a thesaurus sitting there to pluck words from. I would suggest having this book re-editing as soon as humanly possible.
The story bounces around a LOT. I found myself confused as to how Kara was both on Crux, as well as in a hospital room on Earth. That bit of information is nowhere explained in the book.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes the whole good vs evil, angels versus demons, with tons of detailed action.
Over all I give this book 3 of 5 paws. If the author takes care of the grammatical issues I will be able to give it a better rating.