Abaddon: a novel

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T. Nelson Publishers, 1993 - Fiction - 312 pages
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Larson's compelling novel about the dangers of occult activity and its influences on today's teens is the sequel to Dead Air. Wes Bender finds himself in a race against time to save his stepdaughter from destruction at the hands of a death metal band, whose singer has brainwashed the minds of helpless teens.

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I'm not much of a reading person but I enormously enjoyed this book. I didn't even get to read the whole thing. I got half way through and lost it on a road trip. Havn't been able to find the book since. I'm wating for that day I do find it to finish it.


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Neil Hayes is a sports columnist for the "Contra Costa Times" newspapers, a 195,000-circulation chain of daily newspapers based in Walnut Creek, California. He is a frequent guest on Bay Area radio stations, and his column is distributed nationally by Knight-Ridder wire services. He has twice been honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors for his enterprise reporting and has won numerous writing awards from the Pro Football Writer's Association of America.
Bob Larson, the award-winning photographer, has been allowed behind the scenes access to De La Salle's program for more than ten years. He documented the team's national record setting 73rd consecutive victory as well as the school's 100th straight win. Larson also created a photo documentary of the 2002 season. His black and white photos evoke both the public spectacle and personal faces of De La Salle's intriguing 'Streak.'
John Madden, the legendary NFL broadcaster synonymous with football for millions of fans nationwide, has an ability to explain the game's finer points with an idiosyncratic sense of humor. After 21 seasons as a game analyst for CBS and Fox, he is in his third season as the expert analyst for "Monday Night Football."
Tony La Russa, the St. Louis Cardinals manager, is a former Bay Area resident who zealously follows De La Salle and considers Bob Ladouceur a true authority and coaching guru, as well as a personal friend. He has used Ladouceur quotes to inspire and motivate his own St. Louis Cardinals players.

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