When Angels Cry by MaryLu Tyndall (Author)


     While this is a different kind of book than I usually read, I found it quite compelling.  It is not as hard as it should be to imagine living in a world like is described in this book, and it would not be an enjoyable time.  I cannot imagine how hard it would be for Angelica to go against everything she feels is what should do, to do what she feels like God is calling her to do.
     I was intrigued as to how she was able to go against her first inclination to be able to talk to Daniel and tell him what had to be told.  It is a lesson in listening and doing what you are called to do.

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