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The Songs of Galileo: Book 1: Voice of God

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God's newest messenger is a rock star. But are his songs really divinely inspired or the delusions of a sick mind? Angel Waters is the lead singer and songwriter for Voice of God, a contemporary Christian band of little renown. But with the release of Do Unto, the band finds itself with a crossover hit, and now fans-both Christian and secular-are clamoring for more. As ...more
Paperback, 424 pages
Published December 28th 2005 by Outskirts Press
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Mar 27, 2008 Tami rated it really liked it
Angel Waters knows almost nothing about his real family. His father died in a car accident three months before his birth. His mother committed suicide soon afterwards. The only family Angel really ever knew was his foster parents, the Darwins. The Darwins were incredibly strict Christians who home schooled Angel until high school and felt that rock and roll music was evil. When Angel started attending public high school, he was extremely ill prepared. The only subject he actually thrived in was ...more
Feb 22, 2008 Jenifer rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: people fed up with fundamentalist thinking
Recommended to Jenifer by: the author
This book was sent to me from the author on It is part of a trilogy. I would eventually like to read the rest of them.
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