The Movement of Angels

The Movement of Angels

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The Movement of Angels is book two in the Veil of Death saga; a fantastical story of the paranormal and ghostly kind with a subtle hint of alien species known as 'immortals'. It continues directly after Hope has been shot. Linda Shield and Katherine Adams awaken from their mortal form and regain their memories as well as their immortal powers. Sam Witcher grieves for Hope and refuses to believe that life exists beyond the death of the body until a tattoo of a green angel miraculously appears upon her face. The ghosts continue to search for an escape route - an exit or portal - that will lead humankind to safety and they discover what the Veil of Death is made from; a single thread from the soul. Charity's power and influence over the mortals continues to grow in the guise of another miraculous invention called 'ReGen'. But when she discovers Linda's and Katherine's true identity she seeks to kill them.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 128.52 x 198.37 x 22.1mm | 489.88g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1507883277
  • 9781507883273

About D K Manning

Debbie Kay Manning (1967 - ) born in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. Debbie's earlier years was working as a Secretary in Portsmouth, Gosport and London (for the best part of twelve years) before embarking on a complete career change to that as a therapist. Training and working within the field of domestic violence, rape and child sexual abuse (for nearly thirteen years) in various organisations in the South of England. In 2008, Debbie moved to Tenerife and it was there that she caught a 'bug' called Creativity and Inspiration to which there is no known cure for. The outcome of this was the creation of a ghost/apocalyptic story that led to a series of books called The Veil of Death.show more