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Saturday, April 07, 2007

WHEN AN ANGEL FALLS by Stephanie L. Jarrett

2021 Pine Lake Rd, Lincoln, NE
Genre: Spiritual Fiction
Rating: Very Good
ISBN: 0595428703, $19.95, 325 pp.

Are you interested in angels, spirits, energy forces and wars between good and evil? If so, you might consider this novel. The protagonist, Laura is a fallen angel struggling in a warn-torn world as she seeks forgiveness. She encounters friends who help, others who shun her, and some who just want to destroy her. Are you interested in forgiving and seeking forgiveness? . . . then here’s a book for you.

As to whether you’ll enjoy Stephanie’s writing style, allow me to share an excerpt with you from page 318:

"A soul only had a fraction of a moment to experience Infinity. Primal matter hung indifferently within a state of suspended animation, yet it took only the tiniest increment of time for it to realize that it had been violated. The matter and energy that Laura shed after she penetrated Infinity sowed the seeds of order from which, all forces in the active Universe rose. The seemingly insignificant amount of energy that she carried with her was enough to awaken the possibilities of the unresponsive matter. It took little more than an instant for the infinitesimal primal strands to form a ray, and then a triangle. When the strongest, most basic structure of matter was in place, it heralded the birth of an electron. The chain reaction that followed the breach of Infinity was swift and explosive."

Stephanie Jarrett is a good writer with an captivating style. Her novel is well-written and well-edited. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

Reviewed by Kaye Trout - April 6, 2007


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