CM Gray’s first novel was written after the death of her youngest son brought a new fascination with the angelic realm
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April 23rd is St. George’s Day, a day to celebrate the patron saint of England. St. George is best known for his slaying of the dragon on a Berkshire hilltop, and it is said the grass never grows where the dragon’s blood flowed. St. George became the Patron Saint of England when King Edward III formed…
“A beautifully written book telling a somewhat believable tale of good versus evil. A wonderful balance of humor and excitement, with some historical facts added to make it even more plausible. Highly recommended for teens and adults alike. Eagerly anticipating the next book!” Fiona G
“I sat down to read it and couldn’t put it down. It flowed well and kept me engrossed from the beginning. Can’t wait to read the next one!” Vanessa L
“Has left me wanting more! Such a great read – kept me turning the pages right from the start. Not the story I would have guessed it to be. The right balance of humour, love, fun and thought-provoking content.” WTP
“Perfect for the young adult, I highly recommend this book. Keeps you going till the end, and I can’t wait for the next one.” Carol Crabb