ARCHANGELS: BOOK I

ARCHANGELS: BOOK I

Second Edition now available with new cover design and illustrations!

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BOOK SUMMARY:

Those who have ears, let them hear…angels exist in the world—both the heavenly ones and the fallen ones. When most think of Hell’s Angels, only one comes to mind. But there are many more than the one, and they all answer to him. And he wants you—all of you. He…sees…you…

With the birth of the antichrist, the archangel Gabriel buries her trumpet in the Eastern Desert. Sealed in a golden ark, protected by engravings of powerful cherubim, no other angel can touch its metal for fear of being cast into the Lake of Fire for all time. Only a mortal can open the ark and play the trumpet’s tune.
When Jonathan Devereaux accepts the devil’s invitation to help the fallen angels resurrect the trumpet, the archangels descend from heaven to fight against the underworld to retrieve the instrument from the inferno before the final tune is played. For Gabriel’s trumpet is no ordinary instrument. It heralds the seven plagues of Armageddon…

WHAT OUR READERS ARE SAYING:

“Archangels follows Rachel Devereaux, as her life, and the world, is changed when she receives a mysterious package sent to her from her estranged Father that could lead to Armageddon. The author, Corina Zurcher, takes the reader on an adventure over multiple continents and two worlds in a race to find a hidden ark and a golden trumpet and into an Epic battle between Fallen Warriors and the Archangels. The authors characters are filled with purpose, sorrow, torment, rage, allegiance and bravery – the story with adventure, action, suspense, trust, seduction, betrayal, denial, forgiveness and faith. The author is meticulous in her detail of Heaven and Hell and the Angels that occupy both worlds. I could almost smell the sulfur coming out of the pages, and the dialogue is smart, compelling, witty and out-loud humorous. I look forward to reading the next Volume in this captivating world of Good and Evil, Darkness and Light, Heaven and Hell.”

“Rich, vivid, entrancing. Archangels is all those things and more. As I read this book, I found the world-building in this series without fault. I have to give it to Corina Zurcher for creating this book. It was a fantastic story that kept me enthralled to the last page. Can’t wait to read her next book.”

 

THE FATHER OF LIGHTS

The Archangels Trilogy continues with The Father of Lights: Book II.

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BOOK SUMMARY:

Your ally of former days is the Keeper of the Key.”

When the Witch of Endor is summoned from the depths of perdition to breathe forth the prophesy of the End of Days, the Lord of Hell is given a new revelation, “For you shall be bound by adamantine chains for a thousand years…” There is a key that will free him from his prison door, and only the archangel Gabriel knows where it lies.

 

The Archangels Trilogy continues as Lucifer reminisces about the days of old and long forgotten as he seeks to find what he once possessed when he stood beside his father in heaven. But he is not the only one reminiscing, for Michael, Gabriel and Raphael are preparing for the final battle when the last command is given and the Son of Man returns. And to prepare for one battle, they remember another where God separated the light from the dark, and some of their kind fell…

WHAT OUR READERS ARE SAYING:

“Colloquially speaking, the mark of a good book is one’s inability to put it down. But, just as in “Archangels” ( Part One of this Trilogy,) I did find myself putting this book down periodically to consider some of the author’s fascinating implications about this most ancient of stories or legends, or Biblical histories, whichever you prefer. ( In this respect, I found it reminiscent of Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” Trilogy) The ideas are craftily woven throughout the story and they renewed my interest to the level of fascination with a subject that, like many of us, I thought I had pretty much contemplated all that there was to contemplate. I was wrong………..This is a riveting read on many levels.” – Amazon Review