Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Waiting on Wednesday # 2


Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

My most-awaited book for this month is....*drumroll*

ANGELOPOLIS by

The sequel to the New York Times bestselling Angelology will thrill fans of Deborah Harkness, Justin Cronin, and Elizabeth Kostova

Hailed by USA Today as “a thrill ride best described as The Da Vinci Code meets Raiders of the Lost Ark,” Danielle Trussoni’s bestselling first novel, Angelology, wove biblical lore, the Orpheus myth, and Milton’s Rebel Angels into a present-day world tinged with the divine supernatural. The novel plunged two endearing loners—art historian V. A. Verlaine and Evangeline, a beautiful young nun—into an ancient battle between a secret society and mankind’s most insidious enemies: angel-human hybrids known as the Nephilim.

Now a decade has passed since Verlaine saw Evangeline alight from the Brooklyn Bridge, the sight of her wings a betrayal that haunts him still. The Nephilim are again on the rise, scheming to construct their own paradise—the Angelopolis—and ruthlessly pursued by Verlaine in his new calling as an angel hunter. But when Evangeline materializes, Verlaine is besieged by doubts that will only grow as forces more powerful than even the Nephilim draw them from Paris to Saint Petersburg and deep into the provinces of Siberia and the Black Sea coast. A high-octane tale of abduction and liberation, treasure seeking and divine warfare, Angelopolis plumbs Russia’s imperial past, modern genetics, and the archangel Gabriel’s famous visitations to conceive a fresh tableau of history and myth that will, once again, enthrall readers the world over.


 Source :  Goodreads 

Me : 
'OH.MY.GOD. The first book is very gripping to read. I can't help myself to believe in angels everytime I read Angelology all over again and I might read it again to refresh my mind once more. Its definitely a sequel that I will grab once it hit on our local bookstore.

Other Me:
Seriously? I wonder how Nephilim live among us! Maybe my ancestors were one of them. I might be one of them. *spread wings*


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