Of Love and Evil (Songs of the Seraphim Series #2)

Of Love and Evil (Songs of the Seraphim Series #2)

by Anne Rice
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Of Love and Evil (Songs of the Seraphim Series #2) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 103 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Malchiah the angel takes former government assassin Toby O'Dare with him on the latter's second case to right historical wrongs (see Angel Time). This time he is sent back to the era of Pope Leo X in the Holy City of Rome. There he is find out what led to an angry dybbuk spirit haunting modern day Manhattan. Apparently in the realm of the Medici, a Jew has been accused of devilish witchcraft and murder by poison. He investigates the homicide and the accusations, which to a killing peer like Toby smells so Medici. At the same his mind wanders back to the recent revelation that he sired a son whom he just met in New York. The simple case turns darker and uglier as Toby finds himself in danger from diabolical adversaries back in fifteenth century Rome and twenty-first century Manhattan. The second Songs of Seraphim is a terrific Christian historical metaphysical thriller. Toby is a stronger protagonist than when he worked the Angel Time case as the audience learns somewhat of his mortal past. Fast-paced in both eras, Of Love and Evil shows Anne Rice at her best as she effortlessly guides readers back and forth between the six-centuries ago past, Roby's human period, and modern day New York in an entertaining tale. Harriet Klausner
Savina Pernisco More than 1 year ago
Was so disappointed! Paid 9.99 for 178 pages. I felt they took one book and split it in two to get more money from us Anne Rice fans. What a waist of money! The story was good it was a classic anne rice book. just disappointed that you had to pay double to read the rest of the book.
DouglasMA More than 1 year ago
I loved the read but what a Short book. Its' only 139 pages! That's less than a dime store novel.
VoraciousReaderTX More than 1 year ago
The previous book, Angel Time, was a fun read and set things up. This one could well have been just another chapter on the last one. It's just one more small, short adventure. The love story takes a tiny step forward. The next assignment is completed. Anne phones in another novel. This reminds me of The Green Mile, when it came out in chapters. Except these chapters cost the price of a book. I've bought every Anne Rice novel. Even Violin. But I'm afraid I'm going to have to stop after this one. If she's not willing to write a real book, then I'm not willing to pay her for one. RECOMMENDATION: Don't bother.
HenryMiami More than 1 year ago
IF I had to describe this book in just one word it wouldnt be hard at all, that word would be(WOW). Im not surprised at all, Anne Rice does it again, another fantastic book in the Songs Of The Seraphim series. To me Anne Rice is the best Author of this generation, Rich details, fantastic characters,Exellent story,incredible plot,and one hell of an ending.If you read her exellent Christ the Lord Series Out Of Egypt, And The road to Cana,you will see that these books Keep up in the Anne Rice tradition of quality. I highly recommend this and all of her work to everyone. Enjoy them. Peace.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As an Anne Rice fan, I'd say this book was a fun, juicy romp through Time, with an altogether unexpected ending. I enjoy her writing, so its hard for me to give critical statements. I will say, however, that a longer tale may have been more enjoyable. Regardless, it was a good read.
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Beautiful but too short. I will always love Anne for descriptive and emotional reads.
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