Broken Angel: A Novel

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WaterBrook Press, 2008 - Fiction - 243 pages
62 Reviews
Her birth was shrouded in mystery and tragedy.
Her destiny is beyond comprehension.
Her pursuers long to see her broken.
She fights to soar.

In the rough, shadowy hills of Appalachia, a nation carved from the United States following years of government infighting, Caitlyn and her companions are the prey in a terrifying hunt. They must outwit the relentless bounty hunters, skirt an oppressive, ever-watchful society, and find passage over the walls of Appalachia to reveal the dark secrets behind Caitlynís existenceĖand understand her fatherís betrayal.

In this engrossing, lightning-paced story with a post-apocalyptic edge, best-selling author Sigmund Brouwer weaves a heroic, harrowing journey through the path of a treacherous culture only one or two steps removed from our own.

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He is a good writer. - Goodreads
And the ending was...interesting. - Christianbook.com
The ending of the story will blow your mind. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Radiolady - Christianbook.com

Written with a post-apocalyptic edge, the story line moves at a great pace, with all kinds of twists and turns. However, with that being said, some of the turns left me wondering where the person or ... Read full review

Review: Broken Angel (Caitlyn Brown #1)

User Review  - Jock - Goodreads

I listened to this fast-paced tale on my iPod Touch. Sigmund Brouwer (whose last name the narrator mispronounced) always weaves an intricate story line that shows considerable thought; I like that ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Sigmund Brouwer is the author of eighteen best-selling novels for children and adults. His novel The Last Disciple was featured in Time magazine and on ABCís Good Morning America and his newest book is Fuse of Armageddon. A champion of literacy, he teaches writing workshops for students in schools from the Arctic Circle to inner city Los Angeles. Sigmund is married to Christian recording artist Cindy Morgan, and they and their two daughters divide their time between homes in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada and Nashville, Tennessee.

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