This book was okay, but very predictable.
Loved it!!!! reminds me a bit of peretti with the darkness
Wonderful Book,I couldn't put it down. A battle between good and evil.
The book was very different from what I expected. It is rather apocalyptic in nature, almost but not quite, Christian literature. The "good" is referred to as Light, the Good, Truth, etc, but never as Jesus, occasionally as God, even though Scripture is quoted. The ending was rather long in coming and drawn out. Some elements of the book seem borrowed from The Terminator, Omen. There is a sequel set several years after the first title but I'll pass.
South Baltimore's Angel Cafe is a trendy new eatery where patrons can enjoy exotic tea, aromatic coffee, and the psychic readings of clairvoyant Tia Melody, the star and main character of the restaurnt. Tia claims to channel an otherworldly guide, Valentine, and somehow knows all there is to know about her expanding list of patrons. Kat Valenti is a workaholic attorney still coming to grips with the death of her fiance, Peter, who died two years ago. Although drawn to the Angel Cafe, she is skeptical of Tia's readings - until her late fiance 'contacts' her to shed new light on how he died. Tia Melody is no simple fortune-teller.
Ugh....not a bad premise, but then dives in the the unbelievable and never resurfaces! So bad.