Book: Halo of the Damned by Dina Raecategories: Book, Hell, Enoch, Nephilim, Advertising, Halo, Celestial, Horror, Paranormal, Vampire, Violence, Fallen Angels
Dina Raeabout this book: Halo of the Damned is about fallen angels, the book of Enoch, mind control of the advertising business, and nephilim.
A fallen angel runs an advertising empire, fathers a new race, hijacks an ancient religion, and wants to secede from Hell.
Adults who enjoy horror are my intended audience. The cover a picture of Andel Talistokov, fallen angel also known as Armaros. He is standing on a platform in front of the church he took over. The birds in the picture are animals that he can control. The hardest part of writing this book was probably the sex scene-LOL. Never wrote one before and was told by my editor that my closed door sex was lame and I had to expand in detail about what happened between two of the characters. I did a ton of research about the advertising world, Dante's Hell, John Milton's Paradise Lost, Enoch, and Genesis. I wanted to know as much as I could about the war in Heaven when God kicked Satan out along with a third of all His angels. That's who the book is about, the losers of the infamous war in Heaven and how they have been living. Andel breaks all of the rules and fathers children all over the world. Most of them die before adulthood, but two sisters survive and learn about their divine ancestry. The book examines good and evil from the fallen angels' perspective.
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