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Children of Angels

About the Book: “Not my iPod!” Jeremy Lapoint’s day plunges to record lows when Sid Lundahl and his crew stomp the only nice thing he owns-and Jeremy gets in trouble for fighting. With Dadin prison and Mom struggling to scrape by, Jeremy’s life seems hopeless.

Until he has this urge to … fly.One leap and Jeremy soars through the air. With this and his other new-found powers, life is suddenly amazing, wonderful. Until a real-live demon chases him through the school hallways, terrifying him and making him a freak to his schoolmates. He’s the only one who can see the monster. Jeremy wonders if the flying thing’s worth it.

But during the chase, Asiel, Jeremy’s guardian angel, wields his sword and battles off the demon. Later Asiel explains that Jeremy’s a Nephilim: half human and half angel. Jeremy’s shocked. His quest to uncover how he got like this sends him to the Higher Humanity Institute where he meets other Nephilim like him along with a slew of enemies-both human and … not.

In the midst of his strange and dangerous struggles, Jeremy also receives the peace and love he’s always longed for but never knew. When called to lead an angelic battle for the truth, will Jeremy cling to the One who can win the war or let his old doubts and fears overtake him?

Fun, danger, friendship, mystery, and faith-along with awesome angels and demons-fill the pages of this exciting book. A must-read for kids (and grownups) craving adventure with a life-changing message.

Meet Kathryn: When Kathryn Dahlstrom’s husband was transferred to Los Angeles, she traded Minnesota’s black-bear country for the inner-city and taught children at a Child Evangelism Fellowship Good News Club in Watts. She also began her writing career. In addition to writing six titles in the Good News Club children’s fiction series published by Child Evangelism Fellowship Press, the author is also a screenwriter and film producer.
Currently, she and her husband, Tim, live on wooded acreage north of Minneapolis/St. Paul where they care for her mother. They also have an adult daughter, Kristina.

Find out more about Kathryn at http://www.kathryndahlstrom.com.

My 12 year old read and reviewed this book. Here is her review.

I recently read and reviewed the book  Children Of Angels  , by Kathryn  Dahlstrom, book one in the New Nephilim Series. Here is what I thought of it.

 

    Overall it was not a bad book ; in fact ,I enjoyed it very much. It is about a thirteen year old boy named Jeremy who discovers that he is a Nephilim ,a Biblical being which is supposed to be part angel and part human. Word travels quickly about this ‘Angel Boy’, and he receives an invitation to the Higher Humanity Institute. He begs his mother to let him go and be with other children who  are

‘like him’. But upon his arrival, he discovers that Mrs. Prouse , the headmistress, hates angels. None of the other children are true Nephilim ,because Prouse has injected their  grandparents with a formula designed to give the grandchildren attributes of  angels. Jeremy, along with his friends and an angel , must defeat the demons and Mrs. Prouse. They all have the power of the Lord Jesus, and yet the opposition is great. When the enemy drags their families’ lives into the fray, do Jeremy and his friends have the courage to stand up for everything they know and love, or will the enemy win ?

 

 

              Please  keep in mind that this is a fictional story and humans will

             NEVER become angels. But  Nephilim , however , did exist.

                                                                                     Thank you!!

I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of review.

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Child of the Most High God, Wife, Home-schooling Momma of 2. I love Jesus, people and coffee. I am the somewhat eternal optimist viewing the coffee cup as half nothing, it's full...even when I'm chewing the grounds at the bottom.

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