Fallen Angels by Gabriel Zeldis

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Fallen Angels is a book about the world in which we live in, and musicians and angels. In this work, we see the light of the divine and how hope pours to us from heaven. In the year 2010, the streets are fl ooded and there are people in all directions. Life begins to change, and people look to hold onto something in the middle of storms, and the revolution. In the year of our God, we held on to our faith. As God said that he would be with his people. And so not only beyond the life we know, but God’s plan. And so with winter’s cool passing and springs of hope, we dance under the stars. Fallen Angels/i> is a book about angels. Fallen Angels/i> talks about stories, and stories from buses like people told in the old days. Stories that make people think. And stories that make people laugh. Stories about the black night, and stories that could last. Forever in his arms.
 

About Gabriel Zeldis

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I am the author of A Quiet River's Demise, Autumn's Newborn Sky and A Collection of Songs. By profession I am a singer and a musician, and I write in order to further my musical experimentation. I have a Bachelors degree from the University of Northern Colorado. I enjoy Astronomy. I live in Colorado, and I love the stars.
 
Published December 14, 2010 by iUniverse. 116 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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