No Angel

No Angel

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By (author) Helen Keeble

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  • Publisher: Harper Teen
  • Format: Paperback | 372 pages
  • Dimensions: 136mm x 203mm x 23mm | 290g
  • Publication date: 8 October 2013
  • ISBN 10: 0062082272
  • ISBN 13: 9780062082275
  • Sales rank: 773,441

Product description

Mix the wry humor of Vladimir Tod, the relatability and fun of Ally Carter, and a sinfully hilarious setup, and you have No Angel--an unforgettable spin on angels and demons from the author of Fang Girl.Rafael Angelos just got handed the greatest gift any teenage boy could ever dream of. Upon arriving at his new boarding school for his senior year, he discovered that he is the only male student there. But Raffi's about to learn that St. Mary's is actually a hub for demons--and that he was summoned to the school by someone expecting him to save the day. Raffi knows he's no angel--but it's pretty hard to deny that there's some higher plan at work when he wakes up one morning to discover he's sprouted wings and a glowing circle around his head. . . .

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"Keeble provides readers with snarky characters; a quick-moving, entertaining plot; and a fascinating setting."--School Library Journal

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Being the only guy at an all-girls school isn't exactly a dream come true . . .That's right. I, Rafael Angelos, am the sole member of the male sex at St. Mary's School. Prepare yourselves, ladies. But while the girls here are ridiculously hot, they also take popularity, cliques, and bullying to new levels of crazy. So I've decided it's my job to step in. Protect the meek, smite the wicked, and win the heart of a beautiful victim while I'm at it.The whole "guardian angel" thing is getting a little out of hand, though. I really didn't sign up for a weird, glowing circle around my head--or a pair of wings. And I'm starting to worry that there's a reason so many of the girls act like they're possessed by demons. . . .