Cinders of Angels

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Author House, Jun 12, 2008 - Fiction - 160 pages
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Arrested for the attempted murder of her father, convicted as an accessory to the crime, broken out of prison, having been struck by lightening and falling into a coma for ten years while trying to escape is just the beginning of Messenger Devreaux’s odyssey.


Ten long years have elapsed and Messenger has awakened to find she is not quite the same.  During her ten-year coma, Messenger enters the world between life and death and learns necessary skills that move her forward in her ultimate quest.  When she awakens her spirit is able to travel outside of her body, she can speak with the dead and she becomes as fast as lightning.

Befriended by a brilliant former prosecutor, named Sam Cass, who was convicted because of a lifelong drug-addiction, Messenger is on a mission to find her long lost little sister who’s become a cold calculating professional killer who works for a fallen angel named Shio who’s own agenda is to become a god.


Along the way she becomes an ally to Sam who is on a mission from God to try to save an agnostic lost soul named Dustin Clay; whom Shio believes holds the key to the Garden of Eden.


But all she wants is to be reunited with the person she loves most, her sister Caedes.





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About the author (2008)

Before I could read and write I could tell a story. As there’s a minimum of seven years difference between myself and my siblings, I spent a lot of time with my toys.

While I could keep myself occupied for hours with endless scenarios of adventures, I hadn’t fully stretched my imagination. This was evident when every doll and teddy bear that I owned was named “Sue”. The Sue’s and I would spend hours doing everything from tea parties to saving the world.

Disney movies, The Brother’s Grim, Doctor Sues and Mother Goose greatly influenced my adventures.

As I got older, life’s realities; like the politics of the time, the raw new trend of divorce, the emergence of black pride and the technology boom; coupled with the sonic boom of the comic book explosion and big adventure movies became huge influences over my imagination.

In my late teens and early adulthood, I started channeling my passions and frustrations into my writing; but I still felt like I wasn’t tapping into my full story telling potential.

It wasn’t until one midnight that a friend introduced me to an animated series that awakened the part of my imagination that had been slumbering. I felt like my eyes had been opened and my mind was aerated!

Now I can share with you the growth of my imagination- Enjoy!

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