Angel Fire

Andrew M. Greeley

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Angel Fire

Angel Fire Someone to watch over me Sean Seamus Desmond newly announced Nobel Prize winnter relishes the unknowns of science but a real life mystery of love and passion in the form of a beautiful woman who sa

  • Title: Angel Fire
  • Author: Andrew M. Greeley
  • ISBN: 9780517053461
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Someone to watch over me Sean Seamus Desmond, newly announced Nobel Prize winnter, relishes the unknowns of science, but a real life mystery of love and passion in the form of a beautiful woman who says she s his guardian angel Impossible Yet there in his New York hotel room is an enchanting creature named Gabriella Light, who inexplicably and dramatically has justSomeone to watch over me Sean Seamus Desmond, newly announced Nobel Prize winnter, relishes the unknowns of science, but a real life mystery of love and passion in the form of a beautiful woman who says she s his guardian angel Impossible Yet there in his New York hotel room is an enchanting creature named Gabriella Light, who inexplicably and dramatically has just saved his life.Voluptuous and exquisitely dressed, sexy Gabriella, angel or not, is determined to keep him alive as a terrifying web of intrigue closes around him Pursued by a very real and present danger, Sean Desmond will question his own sanity and his deepest beliefs, as he experiences what cannot be rationalized away as anything other than a powerful, radiant, and transcendent love one that will test him as a man too long afraid of human and divine fires within himself A wonderful, electrifying novel, Angel Fire, will delight readers with the storytelling magic that Andrew Greeley does best Again he has created a tale rich with suspense, breathless entertainment, compelling ideas and fascinating charaters we love, cherish, and never forget.

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    One thought on “Angel Fire

    1. Debbie on said:

      A rather light-hearted, enjoyable tale of a puckish Irish-American Nobel prizewinner who enjoys tweaking the noses of all and sundry and his encounter with Gabriella Light, a being with amazing powers who just might be an angel.I always enjoy Andrew Greeley's explanations of spirituality and Catholicism and this book offers some interesting interpretations of what angels might be and how they might exist. It also pokes fun at scientific efforts to either explain angels, help humanity become ange [...]

    2. Greg Curtis on said:

      I've only read two of Andrew Greeley's books, this and the Final Planet, and both were excellent tales. Well written, good story telling, and wonderful characters. In both hisbackground in the Catholic faith comes through strongly, in Angel Fire,its also a clear statement of the interplay of faith and science that sings to the logos, as well as a strange twist of unrequited love that is also somehow requited in the end.A good, enjoyable read with some thought provoking questions raised and an un [...]

    3. Jaime Contreras on said:

      I am sorry but this was far-fetched and annoying book because it is written by a priest. Angels are re-crafted into fallible human-like creatures who experience everything humans do. Unfortunately, angels are not humans. Priests know this. Fr. Greeley obviously wrote this without giving any weight to his faith tenets. Some people will think this was good fantasy but not me. Aside from that, it was decently written.

    4. Doris on said:

      Angels among us! Romance in the air, for a man who has given up on romance. Its beautiful but sometimes a little clunky in the prose.

    5. Joyce McKune on said:

      Sean Desmond's guardian angel protects him on his trip to Europe to collect a Nobel prize. If you like respectful romance, read this book.

    6. Valerie on said:

      It took me forever to get into this book. It wasn't bad once I got there but I wouldn't recommend it. The first 100 pages or so were just painful.

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