I think George Bailey needed some angelologists on the scene. Join Danielle and her co-host Walter Kirn for the Writerly Podcast, a weekly discussion of all. Danielle Trussoni’s first novel, “Angelology,” should not be confused with any of these. Her rousing story turns on bad and fallen angels. A thrilling epic about an ancient clash reignited in our time–between a hidden society and heaven’s darkest creatures There were giants in the earth.

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The ending was a cliffie that really got my blood pressure up! Danielle Trussoni clearly has zero skill in writing a thriller, and the frantic final third grows increasingly ludicrous and difficult to follow, with several poorly-staged battles between demonic creatures and old nuns angelklogy an anticlimactic The Da Vinci Code search for a hidden historical object that is simply there to pad out the story needlessly.

In fulfilling her duties as an assistant in the library, Evangeline has received and turned down numerous similar requests. Learn More About Angelology print. The darkest periods of human history, such as the Inquisition danirlle the Nazis’ rise to power, are attributed to the machinations of the half-human, half-angel Nephilim.

Research was a huge element in preparing to write Angelology. Non finisce nulla dopo l’ultima pagina di Angelology. Mar 09, Pages Buy. Evangeline is a 23 year old nun who has lived in the St. Daniellf applaud the concept, the story has real potential, but the sanielle itself bogged everything else down. Rose where the nuns went to pray. I loved the epistolary format, a significant portion of the book written as parts of journal entries and book excerpts.


Angelology (Angelology, #1) by Danielle Trussoni

I had such fun creating the characters. When you read as much as I do, it is rare to come across a totally unique story.

How sad was that? Sadly, when the action finally does start up, the book quickly falls apart.

Like the events were really happening or could happen. The ending is so god-awful that I briefly considered throwing it away. LOL The end left me a little discontented.


Times when I found myself skipping ahead to the action, but in the end, all those facts are what made the story so believable. I found that I deeply enjoyed going to my desk each morning because I would often discover something completely new about the story. Grigori is a Nephilim an angel who has hired Verlaine to the answers he seeks.

Angelology 9 39 May 24, To make the story so believable that you find yourself googling names and events?

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Celestine ClochetteDr. Why do you think the Nephilim have chosen to let their forefathers remain imprisoned? I hate feeling like I’m being manipulated to read the next book in a series, and it felt that way.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The problem is that it plants an underlying metaphor about the dangers of breeding outside your own gene-pool. The ending of Angelology has quite a surprise twist.

Instead of weaving timelines together the angeloligy is simply abandoned for the entire middle section of the book set during WWII told from the first person POV of a nun we just barely met in the beginning.


They traveled from region to region, following the movements of men. At times I was a little confused with the story details, although that could have been my fault rather than the story’s fault.

Evangeline is the main narrator of the story. Notare che questo si ripete per ben due volte a distanza di 55 anni l’una dall’altra. The third point of view is Grigori Percivil. Rimane quella premessa che ti fa andare avanti, quella convinzione che l’idea di fondo poteva dare avvio a una gran bella storia che ti fa continuare nella speranza, infin disillusa, di trovare trusaoni qualcosa di salvabile nelle acque torbide del testo.

They were called Shem, Ham, and Japheth, each very different from the others. Shem, the eldest, was dark-haired and green-eyed, with elegant hands and a brilliant way of speaking; ham was darker than Shem, with large brown eyes, great strength, and good sense; japheth had fair skin, blond hair, and blue eyes, the most frail and thin of the three. Leading Nephilim live in Upper East Side penthouses, and often seem indistinguishable from Wasp billionaires, until Trussoni remembers trsusoni mention their wings.

Show 25 25 50 All. The whole angel, werewolf, vampire, ghost thing is beginning to become a bit worn out. Aug 10, Bern rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Evangeline Angelina CacciatoreDr.