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Best-selling authors Michael Angel and Devlin Church bring you a pair of stories involving death, marriage, and the future of everyone on the planet! The two short novels in this compilation are published as "I Married the Third Horseman" and "I Am the Vorpal Blade".

"I Married the Third Horseman," begins as filmmaker Cassie Van Deene discovers that she's married one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. In no time, Cassie's on the run and desperate to find a way to annul the worst marriage decision in history!

In "I Am the Vorpal Blade," a daring experiment catapults journalist Alice Lydell into the distant future of a post-apocalyptic Earth! And it turns out that the future of our species hangs on the one thing that sets Alice apart from the rest of humanity...

©2013 Michael Angel & Devlin Church (P)2013 Banty Hen Publishing

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A bit of a mixed review, mostly good

What made the experience of listening to Gatekeeper and Goddess the most enjoyable?

The actual stories of both were great. Different from the usual sci/fi & fantasy fare.

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The second story, The Vorpal Blade, was excellent. All around very original. My issue was with the first story. The actual story itself was very interesting, but, I really dislike the author constantly framing the action using film lingo. I understand that the protoginist is a director, but it wore really thin after awhile. I thought it really distracted from the overall story.

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