(PRWEB) August 25, 2016
Andrew Gould, a man devoted to both practicing law and the art of writing good fiction, has completed his new book “Angelica”: a ferociously vivid depiction of a breaking point in the ages-old supernatural battle between good and evil.
While the horror genre has been deluged as of late with eerie stories of demonic possession, Gould provides a fresh take on the subject by having the intruding agent be an angel with good intentions. Not only is this book a well-researched and engaging work of fiction, Gould asserts that, “Angelica is also a message for a world facing grim and troubling times and perhaps a guiding light to lead a way out of the darkness.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Andrew Gould’s thrilling tale brings Susan Tompkins to see her pastor, Michelle Heller, about her son Kyle’s unusual symptoms. When she admits that the most recent doctor she had consulted suggested an exorcism as a possible cure, Pastor Heller immediately feels out of her element and seeks the help of Franciscan Friar, Daniel LaBeau.
Being a man of considerable experience with paranormal events real and fake, Father LaBeau quickly realizes that this is not a typical case of demon possession. When the three realize that not only is ten year old Kyle possessed by the angel Gabriel but that one of his own family members is part of a well-laid plot to kill him, Susan, Pastor Heller, Father LaBeau and Kyle go on the run.
In a corrupt society, the group finds members of the conspiracy to kill Kyle at every turn and turn their focus on the boy’s survival until the prophecy foretold by the angel Gabriel can be fulfilled.
Readers who wish to experience this dynamic work can purchase “Angelica” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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