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Angelology: A Novel

11 Ratings: 1.8
A book by Danielle Trussoni

Through the door opened by The DaVinci Code comes Trussoni’s entry in the hugger-mugger religious-society suspense subgenre, its textured prose as seamless as the never-ending stream of prayers offered up by St. Rose Convent’s Sisters of … see full wiki

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Author: Danielle Trussoni
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Viking Adult
2 reviews about Angelology: A Novel
review by . June 21, 2010
It's Like The DaVinci Code, But For Smart People
Danielle Trussoni has taken some slack from critics and fellow authors for "selling out." It's true that Angelology is a vast departure from her debut -- the memoir Falling Through The Earth, about Trussoni's troubled Vietnam vet father, landed on the New York Times' Best Books of 2006 list, and clearly displayed her literary pedigree.       It's doubtful that Angelology will end up on any Top Ten Lists. Not because it's not great, but because …
review by . June 08, 2010
   Angelology by Danielle Trussoni jumps on The DaVinci Code bandwagon with a suspenseful story about the battle between angels and angelologists that has been fought for millenia. Sister Evangeline has lived most of her life at St. Rose Convent's Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. She knows that her parents were involved in dangerous research regarding angels, but nothing more. Verlaine has been hired by Percival Grigori to track down some mysterious letters between Abigail Rockefeller …
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