Friday, March 22, 2013


Would you like to receive a free, signed copy of Angela Trussoni's ANGELOPOLIS, the sequel to ANGELOLOGY? All you have to do is send me an e-mail with a residential address in the continental USA. Really. No muss, no fuss.
Do you want to know more about the book? Here's the info, 

The fantastic whirlwind of ANGELOPOLIS (Viking; on-sale 3/26/13; 9780670025541; 27.95), the highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel ANGELOLOGY by Danielle Trussoni, touches down in full force. This fast-paced, and terrifically clever story is an exquisite return to the inspired and seductive world of dark angels and the angelologists who hunt them.
The star-crossed hero and heroine have changed utterly in the ten years that have passed since the events of ANGELOLOGY. Verlaine has traded his Clark Kent nerdiness for the superhero power of an angel hunter; Evangeline, with her illustrious wings, is his chief target. What begins as a cat-and-mouse chase becomes a quest when clues from Russia’s imperial past suggest that a powerful elixir may actually be within reach for the angelologists—and could disarm the evil Nephilim once and for all.
ANGELOPOLIS leads readers from Paris to St. Petersburg, Russia, and deep into the provinces of Siberia and the Black Sea coast. Underground prisons, Edenic gardens full of rejuvenating herbs, and the hidden corridors of the Winter Palace form a mesmerizing backdrop for a high-octane tale of abduction, treasure-seeking, and divine warfare.  Featuring real historical figures such as English Renaissance magician John Dee and the equally mystifying Grigori Rasputin, as well as the cultish allure of the House of FabergĂ©’s wondrously crafted eggs, the true story of Evangeline’s origins will be cracked open.  
ANGELOPOLIS is a spectacular ride through myth, biblical lore, and alternative history.  From the hidden ambitions of the Romanovs to the sensual secrets behind the Angel Gabriel’s famous visitations, the liberties Danielle takes are as audacious and captivating as ever. 

This is what critics are saying about the ANGELOLOGY series,

Booklist raves, “This is a stunning follow-up to the bestseller Angelology…Part historical novel, fantasy, love story, thriller, and mystery – all tied into one book that library patrons are sure to demand. It’s a must read.

“A heaven-sent supernatural thrill ride best described as The Da Vinci Code meets Raiders of the Lost Ark …Danielle Trussoni's stellar debut novel that forever will change how you think about the winged creatures.”—USA Today
Angelology finds an almost hallucinatory power…fusing the divine and the debased, the psychological and the theological, into a single rich, strange tableau that transmits a shock of truth.”—Time
“Breathtakingly imaginative first novel…Once you’ve entered Angelology’s enthralling world…you’ll be thinking ‘Vampires? Who cares about vampires?’ ”—People
“Adventures beyond Dan Brown’s wildest dreams [and] writing that far outstrips Brown’s pedestrian fare…Trussoni is such a graceful, clever and brainy wordsmith that her celestial drama becomes both believable and captivating.”—Town & Country
“Trussoni’s gorgeous writing, fantastical imagination and familiarity with biblical and mythological texts are on splendid display inAngelology…One cannot help being seduced by this unusual, imaginative literary, religious thriller.”—Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
 “Trussoni anchors this fanciful dark fantasy to a solid foundation built from Catholic church history, biblical exegesis, and apocryphal texts. Suspenseful intrigues and apocalyptic battle scenes give this complexly plotted tale a vigor and vitality all the more exciting for its intelligence.”—Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
 “Critically acclaimed memoirist Trussoni breaks into the fiction market in a big way.  [ANGELOLOGY is] an ambitious adventure story with enough literary heft and religious fervor to satisfy anyone able to embrace its imaginative conceits and Byzantine plot.”Kirkus Reviews 

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