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As Brek struggles to find her way back to her husband and daughter, she will discover that her first client holds the shocking secret of her fate. That seemingly disparate events during her life have conspired to bring her to a single moment in time that will determine her eternity. And that every act of kindness and cruelty sets in motion things beyond our wildest imaginations.
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By Donna on 06-16-13
SPECTACULAR - PHENOMENAL
Would you listen to The Trial of Fallen Angels again? Why?
I will listen to this book again and probably again. The twists and turns of an neverending plot captured me and kept me intrigued throughout the entire book. Therese Plummer, once again, performs at her best.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Cutter's grandmother. She is true to nature the image of every grandmother. Continually nurturing and talking most gently in words of love.
Which scene was your favorite?
Best scene - ALL were heart wrenching
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes - I did listen to this book without interruption; well except to shower.
Any additional comments?
This book had so many characters and situations; so much drama and suspense. Therese Plummer did an outstanding narration and brought all the characters to life in true colors; male, female, child and those of age, so many different accents and foreign languages. Ms. Plummer is top notch in her field.
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By TurtlesRMe on 01-18-14
Wonderful! A new favorite with so many messages!
Would you consider the audio edition of The Trial of Fallen Angels to be better than the print version?
I did not read the print version, but listened to the UNabridged audio.
Which character – as performed by Therese Plummer – was your favorite?
Nana Bollini (sp?)
Who was the most memorable character of The Trial of Fallen Angels and why?
Any additional comments?
The Trial of Fallen Angels by James Kimmel Jr. is a wonderful read! I have read mixed reviews about the book, but I can say that it was easily one of the most moving things I have ever read! It is often compared in reviews to The Shack by William Young. I can see the reason for the comparisons. It is definitely fiction, but the fictional story depicts a modern-day example...parable, if you like...of life--the good and evil in each of us, the struggle we each have to balance love and forgiveness, the judgements we must make about our fellow man...and the judgements God must make on us. I don't want to spoil the message, but the book is deep. As with The Shack, it is not intended to be literal. It is merely intended to use a story to demonstrate what might be, in order to view the many sides of each story, each incident that makes up our lives, the reasons behind the choices we make. Ultimately, it's the story of the TRUE meaning of UNconditional love and justice. I recommend it highly. For my friends who might be offended, there are a few, very few curse words...just what I call "minor, true four-letter words" if I remember...and used only when someone is crying out in true, horrible grief. There is much in the story about history, the Jewish faith, the Christian faith, the flood, Noah, and Noah's reason for his sacrifice to God after he and his family left the Ark. There is also a huge message about the love and judgement of God and the power of forgiveness offered by my Jesus!