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Without the protection of his guardian angel, Josiah’s body is deteriorating. Remiel is on the cusp of victory in Hell, and Heaven is divided. The irreverent half-angel’s only hope of saving himself and all of humanity rests in finding God before it’s too late.

But since when has he ever given a damn about saving the world?

No, this is personal, and Josiah will stop at nothing to find God, even if it means going alone. He’ll crisscross the globe and leave no stone unturned in his search. Nowhere is safe, no one too sacred to interrogate. Not even the dead.

Yet the closer he gets, the faster his body fails.

Can Josiah Quinn pull off one more miracle and survive just long enough to give Heaven hell one last time?

©2020 E.A. Copen (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Real Blasphemous...

I understood what she was trying to do but I could not get behind the entire story line. Although it is fiction....killing God? Well, that was a real stretch of the imagination.