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Angels at the Eastport Bridge

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  • Posted May 20, 2012

    I was enchanted from the beginning to the end. It never stopped

    I was enchanted from the beginning to the end. It never stopped swinging my emotions and moods on every page, and it made me wonder what it took to write such a unique,very uniquely written book. I enjoyed it, and started to re-read it the moment I stopped, as I was never bored at anytime. I found myself grinning even after I would put it down. which I didn't do much of.

    I couldn't keep up with the angels and crazy people, the bad guys or the good guys, the politicains and religious zealots,and the outrageous picture that was painted.....a very visually and beautiful book. I loved the idea that evil is, as notes will say, boring weak and dangerous, and that the smallest of creatures are capable of withstanding it.

    The only retracting element was that the charcters names would run together on me as some of them had two or three. ....but once I got my bearings on them, I understood why they were portrayed this way. Just read it. I will recommend it over all the "pop" stuff I have been ingesting.

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  • Posted March 8, 2012

    Laugh Out Loud fun following wacky angels plow through the politics and love!

    When I first started into this hilarious but meaningful story, my first thought was "One (or twelve) Flew Over the Cookoo's Nest" but then the laughter changed to intrique following a bunch of angels try to outdo the politicians.... and isn't that what we all want to do?
    A moral to this story goes back to the basics of life... again, something, in this day and time, we all want to do.
    Loved it... and especially Zaz (who reminds us that sometimes when we hear "thumps" for no reason, it could be just Zaz hitting our window (by accident, of course)

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