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Stone of Gabriel

(Angel Stones #1)

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Reaching for a curiously shaped stone in a southern California riverbed, Kurt, a motherless 13-year-old out on a father-son bonding camp trip, feels a pulsing tremor of energy. Confused, he shares this oddly colored rock with his two friends, both who touch it briefly and throw it away in cries of pain. Unsure what to do, the three boys agree to keep this strange phenomeno ...more
Paperback, 228 pages
Published April 21st 2020 by Gary A. Pattillo
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Sharon
CW: Death of an animal, child abuse
I received this book for free via a Goodreads giveaway, but all opinions are my own.

First and foremost, I would like to say that this is Christian fiction. If you're actually comprehensive at reading, like I apparently am not, then you can probably figure it out from the title. But if you're someone like me and just thought this was going to be a more standard, generic YA urban fantasy with possible angelic elements - this isn't that. So, live and learn, I gue
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Thriller newcomer, Gary Pattillo, graduated from SDSU with a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice Administration. After being a bit of a dilettante in careers ranging from convenience store manager to beer market specialist to insurance sales, Gary found his true talent writing crime fiction. In addition to writing fantasy urban thrillers, Gary's artistic pursuits include charcoal and pencil draw ...more

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