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Angel Priestess: A Review of Komali da Silva’s “Light of Dawn”

Cover of Light of Dawn Description: “When Dawn’s soul mate, Angelo, leaves town with another girl, he steals all hope of mending their relationship. However, this allows the bond with her guardian angel, Gabe, to grow. But their love can’t save them from what is to come.
When their greatest fear becomes a terrifying reality, their limits will be pushed and tested. Dawn’s strange abilities are finally revealed, and she begins to realize her full potential. Now she must decide if she will run or fight.”

About the Author

Komali da Silva was born and raised in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
She started writing as a teenager but never took it seriously because her love for basketball and track and field sports was much stronger.
At the age of seventeen she moved to Switzerland. Komali has a degree in Insurance but is dreaming of one day owning her own book cafe.

She adores reading and some of her favorite authors include Lauren Kate, Cassandra Clare, Becca Fitzpatrick, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Cecelia Ahern, J.K. Rowling and Richelle Mead.

She started immortalizing her own words on paper in June 2012.
Komali, her husband and their daughter Amalia now live in Switzerland, where they eat a lot of chocolate and freeze during the winter.

Komali could live on love and happiness if life lets her do so. She laughs a lot and has different smiles for all her moods.

Find Komali online at…




Twitter: @KomiDaSilva



My Review

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

I needed a box of tissue to read the first half of Fight for Dawn. Hate to inform you. Keep the box handy for this final book in the Dawn trilogy.

With this book I now love Dawn! The girl is now strong and ready to fight for her loved ones and humanity. She has spirit and strength. She isn’t backing down from the challenge no matter how many demons get in the way. Dawn is now a super hero.

My heart broke a little more with Angelo. I’ve read about fallen angels, but never burnt angels with dark magic clutching their soul. Fortunately, he gets his redemption.

Gabe made me smile. The angel must have been made of stone (you have to read ALL THREE books to understand). He definitely deserved this book’s ending.

I wasn’t a hundred percent thrilled with this story’s end. But, villains got their reward and there’s an HEA (happily ever after). Can’t go wrong with that!

Komali, my friend, please delight us with more wonderful words!


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(5 Hands=Excellent; 4 Hands=Pretty Good; 3 Hands=Good)

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