Author Glendon Chancey III Reveals the Struggles of a Fallen Angel

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New book offers an insightful glimpse into the workings of heaven and hell

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Compelling, engaging and filled with perspective, The Coin reveals a captivating fictional tale that illustrates a magnified view of the epic battle between good and evil. Written by Glendon Chancey III, this riveting literary work follows the path of a fallen angel who defies the laws of God and in turn falls target to Lucifer’s controlling power.

In this book, readers will uncover a mystifying world where angels secretly live amongst human beings in order to monitor the earthbound activities and evil ploys of Lucifer, one who is believed to be the most powerful living entity that has ever been created. With the protection given by God, these heavenly angels are free and safe to roam around, hence, allowing them to perform their tasks without fear.

Nonetheless, an angel has gone against God, her own Protector. She now escapes into the vulnerable open world, leaving her exposed to the atrocious plans that Lucifer has in store for her. Hunted by the top two demons, the fallen angel is out on the run as she takes on the consequences of her actions. Readers will be intrigued to find out if God helps her despite her betrayal and disobedience.

With capricious twists and turns and a riveting series of events, this well-crafted plot will keep readers hanging on to every word. Elucidating many of the obscured areas of knowledge that explain how conflicting forces come into play, this engaging and highly stimulating must-read reveals how the many mysteries of the world are somehow linked together.

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About the Author
Glendon Chancey III graduated from William Howard Taft High School in the Bronx and from The City College of New York, where his major was psychology. He attended Westchester Community College, where his love for the physical sciences grew. He also studied chemistry in Kingsborough Community College, KCC.

Chancey worked for Kingsboro Psychiatric Center in Brooklyn (not the community college) for twenty-three years, wherein his knowledge and love for psychology blossomed. It was there that he created a union newsletter called The Light, with the help of his best friend Felton Jenkins.

The Coin * by Glendon Chancey III
Publication Date: August 31, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 158 pages; 978-1-4771-3086-5
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 158 pages; 978-1-4771-3087-2

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