Angel The Awakening

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After suffering an injury from a dark angel, young Camden James rides to a Rocky Mountain cabin to meet White Dove, a spiritual healer. With the help of his spirit guide, Tornado Joe, Camden discovers an incredible dual-life purpose and unimagined secrets of the mountain property. More

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About Kevin J. McArthur

Kevin J. McArthur is a freelance writer currently residing in Oregon. The single father of six children began writing on a whim when asked by an author friend to write a guide book for single dads. His first work, "Surviving the Single Dad Syndorme" was published in 2004 and is currently out of print. Since the book enjoyed moderate success, the author is considering releasing a future updated edition.

Kevin J. McArthur enjoys writing a variety of genres. "Angel: Camden's Journey" is a fantasy fiction novel, the first in the "Angel Series," and is due for release in May, 2012. While "Devastation" is a general fiction novel, like all of the author's works, it contains spiritual or religious overtones. Recently completed "Benjamin Ridge" is another general fiction novel based on true events. The book is a tragic yet heartwarming tale of a family broken, then rejoined. The author also co-wrote a book with his father, Earl Clare McArthur titled "Jonathon's Secret Love" published in October of 2010. "Jonathon's Secret Love" is a romantic Amish tale with an interesting twist. The author is currently working on other fiction novels.

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Review by: Mel Bingham on March 24, 2013 :
In my opinion this is Kevin's best effort yet, and I have enjoyed all of his books so far. Kevin does an amazing job of bringing his characters to life, and it's impossible not to form an emotional attachment to them. He has created a very real world, with people that are friends, not simply characters in a book. I read the book in one very long sitting, because I simply couldn't put it down. And at 4:30 in the morning I was disappointed that it came to an end. The teaser chapter from the next book did help with that disappointment though, and now all I can do is wait anxiously for the next book.

If you're at all intrigued by the spiritual mysteries of life, then I recommend this book highly. Do yourself a favor if you haven't read the first book, and buy them both and read them in order. But, start reading on a Fri. night when you have no plans for the weekend. Let Kevin take you on a wonderous journey. You won't be disappointed.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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