The Seventh Angel

The Seventh Angel

by Ande Edwards

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Overview

Aegeus, Meir, and Kfir join forces with a Sentinel on a race against time to find and protect eleven humans before Lucifer destroys them. It is a mission that may change the course of human history.

Each of the humans is facing their own trial. From cancer, adultery and alcoholism to human trafficking and dating the antichrist, they soon find their paths are converging as a series of seemingly unrelated events begins to bring them together. One of the humans has stumbled upon a file she should never have seen and unknowingly attracted the attention of Lucifer putting the entire group at risk. With his plans threatened, Lucifer seeks to destroy not only the humans but the angels as well.

Aegeus soon discovers that little is as it seems and sometimes the hardest thing to do is to do nothing at all. Every battle has a price, and this battle will cost one of them their life. Aegeus must make the hardest decision of his life because the price of losing is even higher.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781393201694
Publisher: Naked Moose Publishing
Publication date: 08/31/2018
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.78(d)

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The Seventh Angel 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was an exciting read
karly0 More than 1 year ago
This is another great read. I am waiting for the book called Sword of Shiva he has written
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A rare insight into World seldom ventured or understood, Americas surface Navy, tough, sophisticated and deadly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have read three Jeff excellent stories all are great! Takes me back to my AZ destroyer days during the 1962 missile crisis.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a longtime Clancy and Ludlum fan, any thrillers I read have to have multiple random elements to keep the pages turning. Action, smart tech, believeable characters, and one undeniably plausible premise....good stuff.
TheLoon More than 1 year ago
The technical information and explanations were very good, but I thought the strategic/political stuff was quite weak. For example, at what point was it shown that parking all subs was a good idea or that they "had no choice"? When did they prove that this was not a USSR plot to get them to do just that? I'm sorry, I know the author needed an excuse to have his adventure make sense, but that side just seemed very lame to me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Had a hard time putting this one down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good read, extremely well written, good plot, nice character development.
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Best book I have read in weeks - best techno-thriller I have read in years! Great book! I bought the next two in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful book. It was engaging and exciting. It is so refreshing that Mr. Edwards depicts the Captain and the other sailors as real people and puts them in a positive light. In a time when people want to put down our real heros, he puts them where they belong
VirginiaYank More than 1 year ago
This book and (series) should warm the heart of every Destroyer sailor. The Surface Warfare Navy finaly gets a piece of the "Techno Thriller" action. Edwards dispenses with the "filler" of personaliity conflicts,love interests, etc. and keeps to the theme of saving the world from nuclear war. Neat thing is he doesn't stop the nukes from flying in the nick of time like Clancy et al.
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Central Texas Texan A very interesting techno thriller. Bought this book on a whim a couple months ago. Just now got around to reading it. Sure am glad I did read this absorbing book. I spent 8 years in the Navy in the 70's. This book really represents how the Navy really does train and turn over responsibility of weapons and decision making to enlisted personel. It shows that most officers are really decent people too. Exciting almost to the point of foregoing sleep to continue reading every day. Enjoyed this book from cover to cover.
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