Demon Days: Angel of Light
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Demon Days: Angel of Light

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RANDOM EVENTS…
A tragic train collision in America kills hundreds of innocent people.
A series of grisly and ritualistic murders baffle authorities in Europe.
A natural disaster in the Middle East annihilates thousands.
A global rise of accidents trigger Near Death Experiences in the victims.
...OR A CONSPIRACY TO DESTROY...more
Paperback, 937 pages
Published December 1st 2011 (first published November 1st 2011)
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Terry
This book is an insomniac's best friend...
and a bibliophile's dream.

When you're not reading it, you'll be thinking about it. You may possibly hear of similar events reported on the news; find yourself becoming more aware of tragedies happening around the world. You may even find yourself playing connect-the-dots to a larger picture.
(My connect-the-dots moment came with the elusive "Black Pages" which were a highly sought after medieval artifact...
Personally, I wondered if the "Black Pages" we...more
Georgette
Wow. At 900- some pages, it's a big book. Thankfully, it only took me five months to get around to it, but oh boy, was it worth it! Have to run off to work but will review it in a couple of hours on break.
Stephen
I received this advance reader copy from the authors for a fair and impartial review.

This is the "sequel" to 2009's 'Demon Days', but can be read as a stand-alone without knowledge of it's predecessor.

'Demon Days: Angel of Light' is a bit hard to describe. It is a "quest" drama in the vein of 'National Treasure', a supernatural thriller like 'the Omen', and it is an apocalyptic piece based in Judeo-Christian/Islamic tradition like 'Left Behind'. I use these other works as a comparative example...more
Shannon

*This is an advanced readers copy
Archaeologist Jenna Grant has come into possession of part of an ancient document that she didn’t dig out of the ground herself, but that doesn't stop her from learning what she can about it. There are others who want the document and make it very clear that she is no longer safe. Those people will do whatever it takes to get it back, even killing innocent people, and Jenna will do whatever it takes to protect the knowledge held in those eight pages. Jenna works...more
Katy
Nov 26, 2011 Katy rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone
Recommended to Katy by: Richard Finney
A series of seemingly random events strikes the world – a tragic train crash that leads to the death of over 100 people; a severe earthquake destroys Aleppo in Syria; people are being murdered in strange ways; there is a rise in people experiencing NDEs after bizarre accidents. And, in the middle of it all, sits Envoy John Wolfenson. What can it all mean? Additionally, Jenna Grant – an archeologist and radio personality – is contacted by her brother to authenticate an ancient manuscript, which h...more
David Lomax
I read “Demon Days” and really enjoyed that book. But this book is on a totally different level!
The best compliment I can give this excellent novel is that I found myself looking forward to reading the book whenever I was forced to stop (despite how good it is, the book is long. On amazon it says the print version is over 800 pages). So rarely do I feel this way about a novel.
Yes, technically, this book is a thriller. And the authors are obviously smart and talented in their ability to leave...more
Jay Frasco
I am a fan of thrillers and mysteries, and I really liked this book. There's a large cast of characters, but for a novel this size the authors handle them well. Also, the story "travels." Because the characters rarely sit still, the reader is flung across the globe at each turn of the plot.

Angel of Light centers (in part) on events that are occurring around the world that look random but upon closer examination seem to be linked somehow. Once the main characters begin to get established we sens...more
Duchovney
This is a monster of a book at over 900 pages. I felt a bit lost at first trying to keep up with all the characters but I'm really glad I kept reading. This is such a great read, when I wasn't reading it I was thinking about the book and wanting to get back to it.
This book is for mystery buffs, people who enjoy Dan Browns work it has action and adventure with a tad of romance and conspiracy.
I'm willing to bet if this falls into the right hands we will be seeing a movie,yes, its that good.

An A...more
Kitty Bullard
Book Title: "Demon Days & Angel of Light”
Author: Richard Finney & D.L. Snell
Published By: Lono Publishing
Age Recommended: 18+
Reviewed By: Kitty Bullard
Raven Rating: 5

Review: Never have I read a book so full of intriguing plot changes that can keep you guessing ‘til the very end. Finney and Snell have the kind of collaborating ability that writing teams everywhere only wish they could have. This dual novel scared me! The simple fact that this story could hold even an inkling of truth is p...more
Mitzi
WOW! When I first got this book my thought was, "OMG. I'll never finish this book, it's HUGE, do I even start it?" the book is 920 pages. I'm glad that I took the time to sit down & read it. The book does start off a little slow, there are (almost) too many characters to keep up with. This book will fascinate people that love near death experiences, mystery, horror, suspense, wild rides, history buffs adventure throw in a little romance & you have the book! I know this was a book in fict...more
Ellen
Whew! When I got this book, I was amazed at how long it was, but it really did not take me as long to read as I thought it owuld. I would sit down to just read a page or two and before I knew it, I was 75 pages further along. The characters are well written and the story line was action packed enough to keep my attention, both serious bonus in my book reading!! There were no horrible grammar errors either, which raised it another notch up!!

My only complaint was the number of small side plots whi...more
Irina
It's taken me forever to read this novel. The action is fast paced and consistent. You can definitely tell that the author has a background with movies. It reminded me of a Dan Brown kind of plot but with more intricacies.
Valentina
With intrigue, mystery, secret orders and plenty of demonic possessions, this is one very entertaining book that is sure to please readers of many genres.
The plot is woven with care, with many layers and characters which might at first seem to have little to do with one another, but which will later be revealed as interconnected. The action scenes are well-paced, demonstrating the author’s sense for timing, although, as with many books of this length, there are a few instances when less could ha...more
Michelle E. Kobus
Mar 04, 2012 Michelle E. Kobus marked it as abandoned
I received this book back in November, 2011. Since then, I've only read about half of it. It's an interesting concept, but I felt like it was getting dragged out a bit, and gave up on it. Don't get me wrong, I love thick novels, but (and this is the first time I have ever said this) this book is just too heavy on the details, too play-by-play. This could have been a tight thriller if some of it had been cut, but it loses sight of the action a lot, and it's less exciting than normal by being exce...more
K.
I received this paperback Book titled "Demon Days: Angel Of Light" by Richard Finney and D.L. Snell. I Won this book from Goodreads. I was excited to receive this book and started reading right away. This book is a Mystery, Conspiracy Thriller, end-of-the-World Horror Novel. I don't want to spoil it for anyone but, it involves near-death experiences and the Devil. Yes, the Devil but don't let that discourage you from reading this book, I know Religion and the Devil can be touchy subjects for som...more
Jessica Buike
This book takes a long time to build up so it feels pretty slow and scattered at the beginning, and then sadly doesn't seem to pick up the pace much more throughout. There are a lot of characters to keep track of, and it can be hard to tell the substantial characters from the background characters. The overall plot has the potential to be great once the text is gleaned down a bit with only the interesting parts remaining.
Rebecca
Just got this book in the mail today from winning the giveway :D I can't wait to read it (though I have some other book I need to finish first xD)

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Very long but very good! Well get around to expanding on that soon.
Lulu
Nov 15, 2011 Lulu marked it as to-read
I won this book from the first reads giveaways and I am so excited to read it. Thanks.
Saisha
Gotta read the first one, CAN'T WAIT for the next one!!!!!
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I've been a professional writer since 1994.

I'm proud to be a full time author working with an indie publishing company (LONO PUBLISHING) on all of my books. The publishing company has paid for a full time editor and two proofreaders on all of my books.

The "DEMON DAYS" Book Series was launched in 2009. Originally, the three sequels to "DEMON DAYS" were published as one book – “DEMON DAYS: Angel of...more
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