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Posted by The Halloween Attraction - Hidden Angels on September 30, 2014 at 13:06:44:

Take this book as a great gift for you and your loved ones, especially discounted, for the upcoming holiday season. A gift for all the fans of the words: mystery, thriller, suspense, murder, occult, sprinkled with romance.

“I’ve constantly imagined a box office movie, while shaping and drawing my characters and the storyline. I felt for Jennifer by seeing the world through her eyes, as well as I wondered about what will happen next from the “watcher” (reader) point of view. This is how I created this series,” states the author about her first fiction novel from Jennifer series.

Starting with intriguing but mild scenes, the plot develops into a highly sophisticated mystery case about power, influence and knowledge, with deep routes inside religion, myth, occult and bloody conducts. All for one cause …

Everything about the Fallen Angels gives you shivers on your spine, a secret group with so much power that you cannot imagine.

The book meets your “clever and catchy” expectations. Great plot with well-shaped characters, a lot of suspense and excitement about what’s next. You can emphasise with one or more characters from the books, since the palette is wild. The skeletons from the closet are deep and with a long-range. Cristina connects the dots carefully, revealing her story in a uniquely formed design. At the end, she lets some answers on the readers hands, letting their imagination grow. Until … next time, when the storyline and all its details will be unveiled in the coming books from the series, without compromising the integrity of each book apart. But the mystery and thrill is all over.

I will appreciate any comment or review about the book. Same, I will answer gladly to your questions.

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