[Hangman: A Journey To Redemption] is a combination of many literary elements such as romance and fantasy, all set to the tones of a man striving for redemption.
FLORISSANT, Mo. (PRWEB) June 04, 2015
Michael Harper II has always had a penchant for the written word and yet, he has never acted out on those impulses until now. In “Hangman: A Journey To Redemption” (published by Xlibris), the author creates a unique story of love, loss and redemption.
“Hangman: A Journey To Redemption” follows the journey of the angel Leuviah who is sent down from heaven as punishment for his transgressions against God. Forced to live as a mortal and stripped of all his angelic powers, Leuviah must now redeem himself in the eyes of God, or spend his days as a mere mortal. His mission is not easy though because his arch-nemesis the Counterfeiter is hot on his trail and is determined to create all sorts of trouble for him.
“Hangman: A Journey To Redemption”
By Michael Harper II
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 484 pages | ISBN 9781503548978
Softcover | 6x9 in | 484 pages | ISBN 9781503548992
E-Book | 484 pages | ISBN 9781503549005
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Michael M. Harper II has always had a gift for writing. Yet, a gift means nothing if it is not used. Never taking writing seriously until that fateful day when he wrote “Secrets of the Heart: How Men Really Feel, Vol. 1” in seven days, he realized that he was the source of all his problems; which also told him that he was the source of all his successes.
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