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Book Title: Angel War|
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The size of the: 595 KB
v The author of the book: Philip Dodd
Edition: Fast-Print Publishing
Date of issue: April 23rd 2013
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Read full description of the books Angel War:From an early age, Azel, the Prince of the White Castle of the Angels of Light, plans what he calls his great rebellion against the Father.
After his self transformation into a four legged, scaled beast, he names himself the Dragon.
At the head of his rebel angel army and his dragon flocks, he brings war to the angel lands.
His intention is to dethrone the Father and rule in his place.
Khem, the Child of the White Mountain, vows upon his Silver Sword to be his slayer.
The lonely, perilous path of the dragonslayer, he takes.
At its end, he stands alone, to challenge the Father’s foe to combat.
Read information about the authorI was born in 1952 in Liverpool, England, have a degree in English literature from Newcastle University, and I have been writing songs, stories and poems since I was twelve. In October, 2016, I married Anahit Arustamyan, poet of Armenia, in her home city, Yerevan, Armenia. Angel War is my first published novel. I was thirty four when I first began to write it in 1986 and I was sixty when I completed the final version of it in September, 2012. As it took me twenty six years to write, I felt I owed it to my story to get it published. Angel War was chosen as one of the finalists in The Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards for 2013, I am very surprised and happy to report. The Gold, Silver and Bronze medallists were announced in April, 2014 at Author.con.I have had poems published in my local newspaper, the Liverpool Echo, and one of my poems,'Searching For The Sangreal' was published in the Summer 2013 issue of The Dawntreader, a quarterly poetry magazine, published by Indigo Dreams Publishing. The Fair Majesty of Folk At Peace, another one of my poems, was published in the Spring 2014 issue, another two, Sigurd and Windmill and Rainbow in the Winter 2014/2015 issue, Blodeuwedd in the Spring 2015 issue and Enki in the autumn issue of the same magazine . My poem, Song For Luthien Tinuviel, was published in Mallorn, the Journal of the Tolkien Society, Issue 55, Winter 2014. My poem, The Redundancy of Gods, was published in Greek Fire, an anthology of poems inspired by Greek mythology, published by Lost Tower Publications in June, 2015, and my poem, Dandelion Time, was published in The Poetry of Flowers, published by Lost Tower Publications in October, 2016. Some of my poems can be read in a collection called Chimneys and Clouds on my blog: http://astro7747.wordpress. com My light-hearted science fiction story, Klubbe the Turkle and the Golden Star Coracle, was published in March, 2015 by Publish Nation. In October, 2015, it was chosen by indieBRAG as a Medallion Honoree and was listed on the Science Fiction page on Medallion Books on the website: http://www.bragmedallion.com/medallio... In February, 2016, it was chosen as a Finalist in the Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards for 2015. Still the Dawn : Poems and Ballads was published in October, 2015. It contains 109 works, written between the years of 1983 and 2015. Published as a paperback and Kindle Version by Publish Nation.
I have published some of my poems on the website: writing.com. My poem, Enki, was published in the July, 2013, edition of the online magazine, Pagan Pages. After July, it will be stored on their Archives page.
Angel War Inspirations, a board of prints I collected that are linked to my book, Angel War, can be found on Pinterest, as can Klubbe the Turkle and the Golden Star Coracle, a board of prints linked to my Klubbe story, and Chimneys and Clouds, a board of prints linked to my poems. Here is my Pinterest user name: http://pinterest.com/jom777jal43x641
Dawn Of An Idea, Chapter One, and The Ancient Parrot, Chapter Two, of my story, Klubbe the Turkle and the Golden Star Coracle, The Making Of The Pattern and The Archangel Brothers, the first two chapters of Angel War, and some of my poems can be read on Wattpad.
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