Angels in the Architecture by Sue Fitzmaurice

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This is the 2nd edition of Sue Fitzmaurice's novel. Two autistic boys, each living in a different period of English history, connect with a reality unseen by those around them. All about them is chaos, as Christianity vies with Islam for control of Jerusalem in the late 12th century, and assassinations and mayhem unfold wildly through 1981. Lincoln Cathedral is the setting for a thrilling story, alongside an exploration of what is real, what can be known, what is Faith, and is there really a God? This fascinating journey weaves real historical figures and events with the ideas of possibility, of angels, and of saving the Western and Islamic worlds from their own violence and prejudice. “Fitzmaurice’s writing is gutsy and authentic, and she weaves a complex and satisfying plot. Images and scenes have remained with me long after reading. Her intellect and delight in language are the guiding forces here.” Mary McCallum, Radio New Zealand (Montana-winning author of The Blue) "a beautiful and incredible story" Sheila Burke, author of Zen-Sational Living, Booyah! Spirit, & Chorus of Souls "This is so much more than a novel. It is a journey. It is a mind opening experience." JV Manning, author of Random Thoughts n Lotsa Coffee
 

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Published April 7, 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 316 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction