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A Hundred Words for Hate
by Thomas E. Sniegoski


Overview - As an Angel, Remy possesses powers and skills only to be used if the situation calls for it. And the sudden reappearance of the Garden of Eden is just such a situation. Two opposing forces of immortals want the Key to the Gates of Eden, so Remy must turn for help to a fallen angel who is sometimes friend, sometimes foe-and always deadly.  Read more...

 
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Overview
As an Angel, Remy possesses powers and skills only to be used if the situation calls for it. And the sudden reappearance of the Garden of Eden is just such a situation. Two opposing forces of immortals want the Key to the Gates of Eden, so Remy must turn for help to a fallen angel who is sometimes friend, sometimes foe-and always deadly.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780451463777
  • ISBN-10: 0451463773
  • Publisher: Ace Books
  • Publish Date: March 2011
  • Page Count: 320
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5.34 x 0.69 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.53 pounds

Series: Remy Chandler Novel #4

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Books > Fiction > Fantasy - General
Books > Fiction > Fantasy - Urban
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2011-01-17
  • Reviewer: Staff

Sniegoski is back on track with the fourth adventure of angel-turned-PI Remy Chandler (after 2010's Where Angels Fear to Tread). The Sons of Adam, who watch over the first man until he's allowed entrance to heaven, hire Remy to help them find the long-lost key to the Garden of Eden, in the form of a descendant of Eve. Along the way, Remy fights a violent cherubim, encounters the archangel Malachi, and finally begins dating again. Sniegoski nicely juggles a large cast and throws in some touching moments (Remy's conversations with his late wife, Madeline, are especially sweet) and humor (as always, provided by Remy's dog, Marlowe) to balance the epic violence. There's more than enough nonintrusive exposition to let new readers jump into the story, while longtime fans will appreciate the development of recurring characters such as fallen angel Francis. (Mar.)

 
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