A Year and a Day

A Year and a Day

by Sara M. Harvey

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A Year and a Day by Sara M. Harvey

When the Angel of Joy and the Angel of Vengeance take up residence in New York City's East Village, they are in for more than they bargained for. He thinks he's there to babysit his charming but irritating companion while she goes about her earthly mission. While that is mostly true, what he doesn't realize is that the mission is him and the fate of his soul and that of the entire world hinges on her ability to teach him what he needs to discover about himself.

A Year and a Day is part urban fantasy, part romance, and all a love letter to New York City.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940148421726
Publisher: Baen Books
Publication date: 09/15/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 292
File size: 1 MB

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A Year and a Day 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the story was truly a beautiful read,i found myself looking at the world in a new light...i highly recommand this book,i was so sad to see the book end......i wish julian and eponine a lovely life
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you believe a novel cannot move you to tears, I recommend you read this one! The Angel of Vengeance and the Angel of Joy are sent on an enlightening task of living among mortals in New York City for 'A Year and a Day. Unbeknownst the Angel of Vengeance, the Angel of Joy has been set to task to rescuing his sanity. Since he has spent eternity dealing with the evil and wicked, he is about to fall. The Angel of Joy's task is to save the Angel of Vengeance. During this task, there are many interactions and other character developments that showcase Harvey's ability to create believable and realistic characters. Though this novel is often classified as Romance, it clearly falls into an 'Urban Fantasy' Category and is one that I strongly recommend, regardless of your preferred genre. Harvey weaves a fantastic tale that touches on some often unsought truths of many mainstream religions. I felt a profound sadness at the story's end from knowing that there was nothing left to read.