The Angel and the Sword (The Guardian Angel #2)
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The Angel and the Sword (The Guardian Angel #2)

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In the second book in "The Guardian Angel" series, angel Pelagius visits AD 1351 and introduces readers to Raphael, a young man trained to be a court jester in Avignon, France. His study of juggling, acrobatics, and knife throwing is supported by his patron, the most powerful man in Europe, Pope Clement VI. But when Raphael is falsely accused of attempting to murder the po...more
Paperback, 172 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Harvest House Publishers
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Sarah Eckert
Like the last book I read (The Angel and the Ring), I thought it was kind of simplistic book (written more for kids than adults), but it was a cool read.
Sep 03, 2008 Rachel rated it 4 of 5 stars
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these are great books... it's a story told about a teenage boy through the eyes of his guardian angel. very unique and well done.
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This book wasn't the best book i have read, but it is okay.
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