Available from Amazon Angelology: A Novel
A thrilling epic about an ancient clash reignited in our time- between a hidden society and heaven’s darkest creatures
I love an epic read. I live for thrillers. Any story that can keep up at night I would rate as a smashing success.
A nun working in the drafty library of her convent. A dashing reporter trying to finish a thesis no one believes in and a swarm of fallen angels that remind me, well, literally of the tv show Angel.
The fallen angels are living amongst us and have been since the earliest of biblical times. To counter the dark angels a secret society was formed to keep the dark angels in check. I know this sounds like it has the potential of a “dan brown thriller” but it’s not. There’s something infinitely darker and much more sinister at work in this book.
The fallen angels are catching a virus that is killing off their elite. These angels take pride, an unholy amount of pride, in their wings ~ wing span, wing color…..and this virus attacks the very essence of their beings ~ their wings.
When it is discovered that a cure may be known, heaven and hell are hard-pressed to stop these angels from finding the documents they need to save their race.
At the center of this race against time and germ is the young nun living in a convent north of New York City. She’s been there since she was a young child, taken there by her father not too long after her mother was killed. The life she’s known in the convent has been peaceful, structured. But all is not as it seems for the young nun.