With the arrival of an earthbound angel, a very ordinary Thane Connally is thrust into extraordinary circumstances. Heavenly figures and the fate of humanity clash in The Peacock Angel. More
Something is coming to kill Thane Connally; an angel told him so . . .
Visited by earthbound angel Armaros, the young prison guard finds himself a pawn of prophecy thrust into the middle of a feud that predates human memory. Thane has little hope and even less time. For hidden deep below the rock of a mountain, an army is growing. Azazel, brother to Armaros and bane of the ancients, has escaped his desert purgatory of 8,000 years and thirsts for retribution. Only together can Thane and Armaros, along with a small group of improbable allies, hope to thwart the enraged Azazel, whose madness threatens to unravel the very fabric of humanity.
Blending Jewish folklore, the apocrypha, and oral tradition from the dawn of humankind, The Peacock Angel is a thought-provoking tale of an ordinary young man plunged into extraordinary circumstance—with the fate of humanity lying somewhere in the balance.