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The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy Wins 5 Stars with Red Adept Reviews!

The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy

The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy

Red Adept Reviews gave The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy an Overall 5 STARS!

Red Adept reviewer Jim Chambers read The Angel and said, “I have to say that The Angel & the Brown-eyed Boy is probably the most original story that I’ve read in quite some time. . . . The story was ultimately a fascinating and gripping tale about survival and the desperate measures that some—on earth and elsewhere—would take to ensure their survival.” I invite you to read the entire review.

The Angel is available on Amazon as a trade paperback and Kindle. It’s also available as a Nook, Sony book and iBook. The ebooks are only 99 cents each! Buy here.
In addition to its terrific Red Adept review, THE ANGEL & THE BROWN-EYED BOY HAS WON TWO NATIONAL AWARDS:

2011 IPPY (Independent Press) AWARDS, Gold Medal Winner in Visionary Fiction. More than 3,900 books were entered in this contest.

2011 Indie Excellence Awards, Winner (1st place) of the Visionary Fiction Category.

And it has an average review of almost 5 stars on Amazon!

WHAT IS THE ANGEL ABOUT?

Tomorrow morning, a nuclear holocaust will destroy the planet. Two people carry the keys to survival: A teenage boy and an an intergalactic traveler. 

A FUTURE WORLD ONLY HEARTBEATS FROM OUR OWN:

By the late 22nd century, the Great Recession of the early 2000s has lead to a worldwide police state. A ruined United States barely functions. Government control masks chaos, dissenters are sent to camps, and technology is outlawed. War rages while the authorities proclaim the Great Peace.

IT’S NEW YORK CITY ON THE EVE OF NUCLEAR ARMAGEDDON.

Tomorrow morning at 7:35 AM, a nuclear holocaust will destroy the planet. Two people carry the keys to survival: Jeremy Edgarton, a 16 year old, tech genius and revolutionary; and Eliana, the angelic, off-world traveler sent to Earth on a mission to prevent her planet’s death.

Join Eliana and Jeremy as they begin a quest to save two doomed planets … and find each other.

ISN’T IT TIME YOU HAD A DATE WITH AN ANGEL?
The Angel’s sequels, Lady Grace and Sam & Emily are in  production. All the books in Tales from Earth’s End are free-standing––you don’t have to read the whole series to get a complete story. But, if you fall in love with the Angel and her friends, you won’t have to wait long for the next book.

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