Europa's Cry: An angel's Story

Overview

Europa... her name means "Heaven's Smile and Earth's Cry". She was one of His favorite angels, and she's been sent to us. Her mission is to "minister to the sick", to help those of us who truly need it. Those of us who are beyond human help.

But her mission will not be easy.

The First of the Fallen is at her side, has taken the form of a woman and the taunting name of "Patience". And she wants Europa to see us...

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Overview

Europa... her name means "Heaven's Smile and Earth's Cry". She was one of His favorite angels, and she's been sent to us. Her mission is to "minister to the sick", to help those of us who truly need it. Those of us who are beyond human help.

But her mission will not be easy.

The First of the Fallen is at her side, has taken the form of a woman and the taunting name of "Patience". And she wants Europa to see us as she does: a mistake.

From award-winning artist Michael Apice and writer Mike Watt comes the first in a series of tales dealing with redemption, damnation and eternal salvation.

What does it mean to be human?

What does it mean to be an angel?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449915827
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 11/20/2009
  • Pages: 42
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.09 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Apice has been an illustrator, art director and graphic designer for the last 15 years creating images for clients including AT&T, US NAVY, Scholastic, Modern Curriculum, Pearson Learning and Paramount Pictures. He was awarded best body of work at the Lunar Con Art show 2000. Recently, Michael was the Artist Guest of Honor at ICON 24, the largest Sci-Fi and Fantasy convention in the North East (http://www.iconsf.org) He also held the position of president for the New York chapter of the Graphic Artists Guild, 1996-97. Currently, he is the creative director for web and print dept for the Parent Media Group home of www.thecutekid.com. His official website is www.michaelapice.com

Mike Watt is a screenwriter, journalist and independent film director. He wrote the screenplays for the feature films Dead Men Walking and G. Cameron Romero's The Screening. Through Happy Cloud Pictures, the company he started with his wife, actress/producer Amy Lynn Best, he wrote and co-produced the films The Resurrection Game, A Feast of Flesh, Severe Injuries, Splatter Movie: The Director's Cut and Demon Divas and the Lanes of Damnation. His is the author of the short fiction collection Phobophobia and served as the editor of Sirens of Cinema Magazine from 2005 to 2009. He can be found at www.happycloudpictures.com

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