Angels in Stone by Tanja Kobasic
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A psychological occult series told in modern day times — in correlation with the oldest temptations since the beginning of man. There is an internal struggle between right and wrong, virtue and vice, good and evil, in every man— a battle that pulls us in two directions. Synopsis Hidden in plain view of anyone with spiritual eyes is a space teetering over an invisible abyss. In exchange for earthly desires and under the watch of the fallen angels, humans forge alliances with Satan to overthrow God. In The Bronx, New York, in the same veiled room where demons listen with soundless heartbeats, 43-year old Claire Preston-Lockwood forms an unconventional friendship with a voodoo priestess who promises to help Claire become pregnant, to give her young husband the child he yearns for. Having exhausted all conventional options, Claire follows Esperança's counsel. But when Claire learns of the atrocious secrets connected to the priestess's past, she must make a choice: God or Satan. If she chooses God, she gets nothing and loses her husband. If she chooses Satan's gift, Claire must journey into the uncharted regions of Mato Grosso, Brazil, and into the lost world where the priestess's life began.
 

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Published November 14, 2012 by Stones Series Publishing. 602 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Manuel said that if the walls were not finished … he would hang the slave by his feet, cut him open, and use his blood to complete the painting … the slave made sure the walls were done in two days.”.

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Maryanne Gates 3 Sep 2013

Rated the book as 5 out of 5

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Gregory Pratt 5 Sep 2013

It took me awhile read to through it only because it required absolute attention and reading between the parallels.
A bit disturbing but soul rendering. Enjoyed the twists and unpredictably. Read ...

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Gordon 15 Dec 2013

A strange blend of dark imagery and symbolism. A smoldering thriller with a dramatic pace. Love the voodoo woman, dislike the main character but and it made no sense to guess because the twists are...

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