God Wars: Living With Angels

Adult
Sixteen-year-old old gymnast, Diana Jalinowski, had it all, including a shot at the Olympics, thanks to her talent, dedication, and a strange “other” power that allowed her to do things others couldn’t. Then a deranged hoodlum drove Diana off the road and into a wheelchair, killing her family in the process.

Diana has justice in her hands, and she’s really, really pissed off. More

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Published by Echelon Press LLC
Published: Feb. 25, 2011
Words: 52,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781590807064
About Rob Tobin

Rob is the father of two amazing sons, Brian and Josiah, husband to equally amazing wife and occasional co-writer Leslie Coogan, novelist, screenwriter, script doctor, former feature film development executive and author of “How to Write High Structure, High Concept Movies,” (Xlibris Press) and “The Screenwriting Formula” (Writers Digest). He and Leslie live in sunny Huntington Beach, California with their crazy dog Shackobe. Born in Timmins, a little northern Canadian mining town (home town of country superstar Shania Twain), Rob enjoys the sun, the beach, snow skiing, dinners out with Leslie and a nice reisling (or La Capilla margarita), and sitting in cool little coffee shops writing his ass off, and is endlessly grateful to the universe for giving him such a wonderful life.

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Review by: Carl Boxler on April 01, 2011 : (no rating)
Very nice read that caught me by surprise. The author has a way to twist and turn the story such that almost every page gives yet another flavor to the picture. Not only that but he is also able to get a message across that makes this a good read for the teenage crowd. There is enough action in it to make you stay up so you can find out what happens to the heroine and her sidekick and the ending gives enough of a cliff hanger that makes you look forward to the next book in the series …. if he'll just write it.

Great job, Rob
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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