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“A stunning follow-up to the best-seller Angelology Part historical novel, fantasy, love story, thriller, and mystery It’s a must-read.” —Booklist (starred. Angelopolis (Angel, book 2) by Danielle Trussoni – book cover, description, publication history. Join Danielle and her co-host Walter Kirn for the Writerly Podcast, a weekly discussion of all things pertaining to the real lives of working writers. Download the.

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Apple Audible truasoni eMusic audiobooks. If there’s another book, I’ll probably read it just to see what happens. I will have books and notes piled up on my desk as I write, so that I can verify facts and look at photographs while writing certain descriptions.

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abgelopolis Regardless, the topic interests me and I will keep reading and will likely drag Mr. See all 4 questions about Angelopolis…. Well, it was much better than the first book. I was waiting for this book; Angelology, although not without faults, had an interesting premise, more-or-less coherent storyline and a cliff-hanger; I was curious “what’s next”.

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Now, in the opening pages of Angelopolis, he is next to her again, so close he can feel the air swirling around her wings, smell the sweet fragrance angrlopolis her skin.

In this book the world is widely populated by differing angelic sects but she does not explain how this occurred when in her first book these angels tried to mask their existence and she left no references to how populated they were and openly hostile to people.


These are moments to be taken advantage of in character development, but instead, Trussoni simply moves forward.

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It was also interesting to see how Trussoni based the plot on an extremely literal and anthropomorphic interpretation of the Bible. Falling Through the Earth: I’m sure there’ll be a sequel but I wanted a little more.

Verlaine and Evangeline, a beautiful young nun – into an ancient battle between a secret society and mankind’s most insidious enemies: Do prayers have no force or meaning? I find any impulse to reject this vital part of angelopoliz culture, to look upon it as a dubious phenomenon, to be somewhat strange. The book is also edited poorly.

The first book, in my memory at least, was a lushly written, layered novel that blended different periods in time with different narrative styles to create In June sngelopolis, I read Angelology in virtually one sitting. While looking down on the body before him, he realizes that he is surrounded not only by humans but many of the various types of angels.

Not exactly the direction that will keep me reading. This trope works well enough for most of the book, since there is enough similarity to the real world to make the story seem clever and entertaining.

Danielle Trussoni is a bestselling memoirist and novelist, with books translated into over thirty languages. I found the Lucien line fascinating. After all, there’s boring and oddly executed action scheduled! This site uses cookies. The real challenge for me was to reintroduce the cast of characters in just the right way. I became so completely absorbed in the period that I could have spent all of my time simply reading about Russia.


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Share your thoughts with other customers. I believe in total we hear from her for about 30 pages of a total pages. This was punctuated by bits of fast trussni action, which was pretty good. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Why would they give their best weapon to Evangeline? I get the feeling this was published because the publisher knew it would sell.

Angelopolis (Angel , book 2) by Danielle Trussoni

I enjoyed it enormously. That felt like it could have happened. Feb 04, Pamela Morris rated it did not like it. Trussoni has done her homework. The characters felt realistic and the angelo;olis unraveled in a delicate balance of action, prose and context that kept the pacing quick The sequel felt completely different. She lived in France from and her memoir, The Fortressfocuses on this period in her life.

How do you connect your work as a memoirist bu these novels?