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Length: 353 pages

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Coleman Luck is a Hollywood writer and executive producer known for such TV series as The Equalizer and Gabriel’s Fire. His second novel, “The Mentalist Prophecies – Book One: Dagon’s Illusion” was published in 2013. He is the author of three non-fiction books, “Proof of Heaven? A Mental Illusionist Examines the Afterlife Experience of Eben Alexander, M.D. from a Biblical Viewpoint”, “The Curse of Conservatism” and “Day of the Wolf – Unmasking and Confronting Wolves in the Church”. Coleman and his wife of 48 years, Carel Gage Luck, a fine artist, live in the mountains of central California.

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  • File Size: 609 KB
  • Print Length: 353 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0310283981
  • Publisher: The Sandstar Group; First Edition Sandstar Group Edition edition (September 19, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 19, 2011
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005O543V8
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,270,090 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Coleman Luck is a Hollywood writer/executive producer known for such television series as The Equalizer and Gabriel's Fire. A native of Wheaton, Illinois, Coleman is a Life Member of the Writers Guild of America, West. He is also a mentalist and a member of the Academy of Magical Arts at The Magic Castle in Hollywood. Angel Fall, his first novel, was published in 2009. His second, The Mentalist Prophecies - Book One: Dagon's Illusion, was published in February 2013.

Coleman lives in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of central California near Yosemite National Park with his wife of 46 years, Carel Gage Luck, a fine artist. They have three adult children.

Coleman is a decorated combat veteran. In 1968, as an Army infantry First Lieutenant, he led a rifle platoon with the Mobile Riverine Force in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. His personal awards and decorations include two Bronze Stars, one for valor and one for service, three Army Commendation medals, all for valor, the Air Medal and the Combat Infantryman's Badge.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. Presley on March 15, 2011
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Coleman Luck has done a stunning job making the transition from TV to fiction. Angel Fall tells the story of three teens whose world has come apart and are facing separation, both geographically and emotionally. One of the struggles teens find as they enter adulthood is coming to grips with autonomy. Coleman finds a way to personalize that struggle through the use of dark fantasy where choices have serious and profound consequences. In the end we find that not all problems are solved and not all separation can be healed, but individuals can become strong enough to bear the grief.

This book is not for everyone. It has a decidedly dark cast to it, sort of a trip through the valley of the shadow of death, but in the end it turns out to be just that - a shadow. What I find most compelling about this book is how falsehood is so cleverly presented in all its subtlety only to be exposed for the error that it is. This is not a feel-good, happy-happy book but gets right into the mind of the teen struggling with demons of their own. I would recommend it to any person, teen or adult, struggling with the pain of separation, whether from divorce, suicide, death, or dislocation because they will find a sympathetic voice in the book. It won't remove the pain, but it will provide vicarious support to help understand the struggle. And it will help give you strength, knowing that you don't have to go through things by yourself. There IS someone watching over you who cares about you a great deal.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jacob.Amazon on October 13, 2009
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I followed the recommendation of a friend and ended up reading Angel Fall in 2 days. I loved the fantasy and the imagery was mind-blowing. The story and the characters ended up twisting and turning in very imaginative ways. At different points I thought I had the story figured out only to find myself stymied. Lastly, the way the story illustrated truth was powerful.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Victoria Slater on October 5, 2009
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Daring to deal with difficult subjects, Coleman Luck's book is not only entertaining, but it is also a potential life changer. In the vein of the masters that went before him, Tolkein and Lewis, Luck weaves a fascinating and dangerous tale with deeper meaning for the reader to grasp if they are willing. A bit of a slow starter for me, but once I got into it I couldn't read it fast enough.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By knownasjane on July 28, 2011
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When I first got Angel Fall, I was expecting to read a neat fantasy that sort of sent the reader into what heaven and hell might be like. The story sounded really neat - three kids who find themselves in an alternate world that has a striking resemblance to heaven and hell. So I dove in, expecting a Narnia-like book. Boy was I wrong, and it affected how much I liked the book! For the first 100 pages, I couldn't understand a thing. To me, it was the weirdest book I'd ever read. I put it down for a while and just yesterday picked it back up. After a few chapters, I was interested in what was going on and realized why I wasn't enjoying it - I was trying too hard to match up who was who. Was the dog character supposed to symbolize Jesus? Or was it the baby? Or that other character? And who is God? And the angels? What about the Holy Spirit?
Once I stopped imagining it as a Narnia-like book where each character represented a real being I started enjoying the story. By the end, I was able to look back and recognize who represented who and also was able to give it the higher rating that I did.

The writing style was easy to read, but the story itself was very complicated. If you are a slower reader and not a speed reader as I am, you would probably be able to understand the plot and characters better. It took me a while to figure out what was going on, and even by the end I was still a bit confused, but the story was very unique and had a lot of great elements to it that made the book an interesting read.

The characters were all well fleshed out and enjoyable to read about. Tori was probably my favorite of the three. The beautiful and outspoken nine year old was a great character who's charms and faults were laid out nicely and made it easy for the reader to love her.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tmtrvlr on November 30, 2009
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The was an unusual book for me as fantasy is not one of my usual genres, but the story drew me in and held my interest to the end. I looked forward to each chapter as the next stage of the story presented itself and new adventures were presented to each character. I found the book well written, intelligent, and with spiritual images that were interesting and thought provoking. Some were obvious spiritual messages; others were a little more obscure (at least for me). Although the book is about three children, this is not a book for small children. Its detailed descriptions are horrifyingly scary and dark.

Overall, the story is very much like the struggles we have every day. We daily strive for with good, which can be hard to find, but all too often find greed and desires which can look so inviting. We suffer consequences of our decisions, but redemption is always in reach.

I am surprised that this is the author's first novel. Angel Fall can easily compete with the works of more well known authors of this genre, and I look forward to the author's Mentalist Series.
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