Heaven's Tears

eBook (PDF), 138 Pages
(2 Ratings)
Price: $9.99
Heaven's Tears is about a fallen angel that fell from the sky. He has no memory of his name, old life, or family all he can remember is "her" eyes. Whenever he tries to sleep he has nightmares thus where he created his name Black Nightmare. As he lives his life out in Turnpike Cementary, he meets people that have connections with the same place he has come from and they all help him to his mysterious past. With each person comes a different story and life but all are linked to Nightmare's damned fate.
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  • By Forrest Sparks
    Dec 4, 2009
    This is a book for those that don't like the usual stuff about, well...anything. If you like a book that comes only from the person that writes it, no influence from reading about the subject matter first then this is a perfect book to read. It may not be perfect to what angels are seen as but it still makes for a great storyline and when you finish it you will want the sequel to be out right then you will be so drawn into it. So, basically, if you want the full experience of this book, don't just read the preview, purchase it, whether it's the digital copy or the hard copy. --Sparks
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Second Edition
Cam'ron Clark
September 28, 2011
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