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Angels Dare to Fly
by Nancy J. Bishaw

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 7/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


Being an angel isn't as easy. Or so Angie and Danny find as they begin their new existence in Heaven. It isn't just lounging on clouds with no worries, it can be hard work. The two young bumblers are given an assignment to return to a specific year in human history, but because they haven't learned to discard old bad habits, they keep getting assigned farther back in time. Once they figure out what they were doing wrong, they make the wrong choice in exits and wind up landing on a space ship. Then comes the task of getting back to where they started. Their troubles have just begun. A fun look at the mistakes these two young angels make while learning to be angels. Heaven isn't at all what we expect. Angie and Danny seem bound to break all the rules when they meet with Hank who can't figure out how he got to the same destination. Problems arise because Hank is still alive. It's a good thing Angie's Grandma is keeping an eye on them. You'll find yourself laughing at their encounters with her in their misadventures and wishing you had such a grandma to watch over you. A read that will leave you with a light heart and a smile. Enjoy.



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