Dancing on the Head of a Pin (Remy Chandler Series #2) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Meet Remy Chandler...

He's one of the good guys...

But he's in bad trouble...


Having lost the love of his life, Remy finds himself turning away from the world. He seeks out dangerous jobs that involve the supernatural and bring him ...
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Dancing on the Head of a Pin (Remy Chandler Series #2)

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Overview

Meet Remy Chandler...

He's one of the good guys...

But he's in bad trouble...


Having lost the love of his life, Remy finds himself turning away from the world. He seeks out dangerous jobs that involve the supernatural and bring him into contact with his past. In his latest case, a cache of ancient weaponry is stolen from a collector who deals in antiques of a dark and dubious nature.

The weapons were forged eons ago and imbued with unimaginable power. In the wrong hands they can destroy Heaven and Earth. To prevent that, Remy Chandler must decide if he is willing to lose the last of his own humanity...


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101028872
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 4/7/2009
  • Series: Remy Chandler Series , #2
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 120,791
  • File size: 288 KB

Meet the Author

Thomas E, Sniegoski was born and raised in Massachusetts, where he still lives with his wife LeeAnne and their Labrador Retriever, Mulder.
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  • Posted February 9, 2009

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    a powerful urban fantasy

    It was Paradise until the Morningstar let pride and jealousy turned him away from the Creator. He and his allies went to war against those loyal to the Lord. Angel fought angel until Heaven was filled with the dead. Although Archangel Remiel of the host of the Seraphim fought on the winning side against Lucifer and his rebels, he witnessed the atrocities that his squad of angels committed in the name of the Father. He left Heaven in disgust and came to earth where he hid his angelic side to live amidst humans and even loved a human. It has been a few months since his beloved wife died and the grieving Remy Chandler, as he calls himself, finally returns to the life of a twenty-first century Boston private investigator.<BR/><BR/>Alfred Karnighan hires Remy to find some ancient weapons; artifacts stolen from his collection, which is secured by a thick steal door in his basement. The Fallen want the weapons as does the Nomads, angels allegedly inspired by Remy who left Paradise after he did. They are neutrals who come and go between heaven, hell and earth have a grand plan to use these weapons. To prevent a second tragic war, Remy casts off his human cloak returning to the warrior archangel Remiel goes along with a Fallen and a Repentant angel hoping to go home one day if forgiven, into hell.<BR/><BR/>The allegorical title referring to medieval philosophy aside, DANCING ON THE HEAD OF A PIN is a powerful urban fantasy starring a hero who knows heaven¿s occupants were changed by the war; so he wants no part of the new heaven (see A KISS BEFORE THE APOCALYPSE). Still when it matters, Remiel¿s gut loyalty to the Creator leads him to defend heaven as he loathes the Fallen especially Lucifer whom he holds culpable for Paradise Lost. Readers will feel for Remy and pray he finds redemption and happiness amidst the humans he admires.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 30, 2012

    Rey Chandler #2

    I really like the books in this series and I'll continue reading and enjoying them. Not too much heavy drama and not too much corny fluff, I felt "Dancing" was a well written and fun book. I do highly recommend and urge you to read it. Actually, I urge you to read the whole series! I started the series out of order (#3) and it was not really a problem. Have fun.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2010

    Fun take on Angels

    Nice characters, with an interesting twist on Angels, Heaven, and Hell.

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  • Posted June 22, 2009

    Excellent book

    Classic detective novel with a twist. I coundn't put it down. I would buy more books from this author and would recomend it to my friends.

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  • Posted April 26, 2009

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    Exciting and Original

    Dancing on the Head of a Pin is thrilling, suspenseful, funny and exciting. It keeps a fast pace that made me want to shut myself in so that I could finish the story. It has many twists and turns and is unpredictable. Remy is a character that I just adore, he is strong, funny, sensitive and powerful. I love the variety of characters and the setting. This story takes place in Boston and the surrounding cities. I really enjoy picturing those places while submerging myself into the story.
    Another must read by Sniegoski.

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