Forth Worth, TX (PRWEB) October 04, 2013
From the imagination of CateLynn Chapman comes an exciting new novel portraying a young adult adventure of biblical proportions. When the forces of Heaven and Hell do battle, the power to change the tide of the war for salvation ends up in the hands of a teenager gifted with The Angels Gem.
Adelaide is a teenage girl who enjoyed living a normal life, but everything changes forever when she encounters a man named Jarlath who tells her she has The Angels Gem with her. This gem gives her angelic powers from God, allowing her to fight the army of lost souls that Satan has created. Along the way she meets a fallen angel named Seth, who makes a shocking revelation that makes her question what the angels have told her. This leads Adelaide to try and unravel the truth while protecting the ones she holds close. To survive the ensuing ordeal, she must find her own faith even as Satan slowly tries to destroy her.
With a relatable protagonist in Adelaide, readers will be thrust into the forefront of the epic battle between the forces of good and evil. In the culmination of Chapman’s novel, all will see the true power of The Angels Gem.
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About the Author
CateLynn Chapman is the writer of The Angels Gem. She was born in Texas with a heart condition that made her go into heart failure when she was one four weeks old. Soon after, her family found out that she had Central Auditory Processing Disorder, CAPD. Even though Chapman lived with this disorder, and struggled in school she started writing when she was eleven, beginning with fan stories for Harry Potter before moving on to her own ideas. When she just turned 14 she started writing her now-published book, The Angels Gem. Chapman is now living her dream of becoming a real author and having a plot of land to sit on to peacefully write her stories.
The Angels Gem * by CateLynn Chapman
Publication Date: May 31, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 267 pages; 978-1-4836-3928-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 267 pages; 978-1-4836-3929-1
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-3930-7
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