Fire of God: The Dark Angel Tales

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iUniverse, Jan 8, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
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It began long before man ever took his first breath. Somewhere beyond the Great Barrier of our own existence, an uprising broke out in Heaven as Immortals fought for the very Kingdom of God. In the end the rebellion was quelled. The traitors were tried and sentenced. But though the battle had been won, the war had just begun.

Now that same war that started so long ago could threaten the delicate balance between good and evil. A storm is coming and the planet Augusta will soon be put to the fire.

Unable to stop the coming battle, the KaRel family is swept right into the thick of it as one of them is given the greatest weapon imaginable the Fire of God. But can a mere mortal be trusted with such power? And what of the mysterious Dark Angel? Could he hold the key to the galaxy's salvation or its utter demise? In the distant future the battle will be decided, as a long forgotten faith is born again.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
8
CHAPTER 3
13
CHAPTER 4
20
CHAPTER 5
24
CHAPTER 6
29
CHAPTER 7
34
CHAPTER 8
43
CHAPTER 19
142
CHAPTER 20
146
CHAPTER 21
155
CHAPTER 22
167
CHAPTER 23
176
CHAPTER 24
187
CHAPTER 25
195
CHAPTER 26
203

CHAPTER 9
47
CHAPTER 10
51
CHAPTER 11
65
CHAPTER 12
74
CHAPTER 13
82
CHAPTER 14
87
CHAPTER 15
97
CHAPTER 16
108
CHAPTER 17
120
CHAPTER 18
127
CHAPTER 27
212
CHAPTER 28
220
CHAPTER 29
230
CHAPTER 30
240
CHAPTER 31
256
CHAPTER 32
265
CHAPTER 33
270
CHAPTER 34
288
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About the author (2004)

J. M. Kelly is a devoted uncle and collector of comic books. Having published several poems, this is his first novel. He currently works in telecommunications, but hopes someday to make writing his career. His next project is to continue the Dark Angel saga. He lives in Sterling, Virginia.

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