Flake-out Friday–DIES IRAE by Christine Fonseca, A Review


Non-fiction author, blogger, and writing buddy, Christine Fonseca’s novella, DIES IRAE recently hit electronic bookshelves.

And I hope it goes viral!

Seriously, this little novella packs a punch! Every page drips with intrigue, tension, bittersweet agony, and danger. It’s TOTALLY worth the read!

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for a guest post from Christine regarding Novella Versus Novel Writing.

DIES IRAE Product Description from Amazon:

Some sacrifices should never be made—even for love.

Mikayel lives by one rule—obey the orders of the angelic Council at all costs. That is, until he and his friends, Azza and Demi, are sent to Earth. Assigned as Watchers while they await their decision of which angelic order to serve, the three assume the bodies of teenagers and experience life as human.

The sensations are overwhelming as the angels experience a host of human emotions—rage, terror, love—and come ever closer to breaking one of the unbreakable rules—never fall in love.

But being human isn’t the only problem facing the three angels. Unbeknownst to the Council, demonic activity is on the rise, threatening to break a tenuous peace that has existed for a millennia; a peace Azza seems bent on destroying.

Caught in a struggle for power with unseen demonic forces and Azza, and fighting against his rising emotional attachment to Demi, Mikayel must now decide how much he is willing to sacrifice for his new found love—a decision that could reignite an ancient war and will threaten the only thing that matters to the angels, the survival of humanity.

Advertisements

6 comments on “Flake-out Friday–DIES IRAE by Christine Fonseca, A Review

  1. This looks awesome. I love stories about angels.

  2. Nice for you to highlight Christine’s novella.

  3. Karen Lange says:

    Congrats to Christine! Thanks for the info. Have a great weekend!

  4. Catherine Johnson says:

    Congrats Christine! Sounds brilliant. I’d love to hear about novellas too, since my novel is turning out on the short side. Thanks Laura!

  5. Thanks everyone! I really appreciate the kind words – and Laura, SO HAPPY that you enjoyed the novella!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s