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Angel of Wrath: A Novel (The Voice of God series) Paperback – April 8, 2009

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"Bill Myers is a genius. Not only is ANGEL OF WRATH full of engaging characters and heart-stopping suspense, but underneath it explores thoughts and truths that will keep you pondering long after the book is closed." (Lee Stanley, producer, Gridiron Gang)

Praise for The Voice:
"A prolific pioneer of Christian fiction, nonfiction, film, television, audio drama, and who knows what else, Bill Myers now sets out to write a crisp, express-train read featuring 3D characters, cinematic settings, and action, and, as usual, a premise I wish I'd thought of--and succeeds splendidly! Two thumbs up!" (Frank E. Peretti)

About the Author

Bill Myers is a popular and prolific writer who has authored nearly eighty books, has over two dozen screenwriter/director credits, and holds several national and international awards for his work. Myers holds a degree in stage directing from University of Washington and has studied at the Italian State Institute of Cinema in Rome. He was recently awarded an honorary doctorate in theology from the Institute Theologique de Nimes in France, where he taught. When not writing and directing, he enjoys acting, speaking at various schools and colleges, and working with the youth of his local church. Myers lives in California with his wife and two daughters. You can visit his Web site at

Product Details

  • Series: The Voice of God series (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 316 pages
  • Publisher: FaithWords; 1 Original edition (April 8, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446698008
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446698009
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.9 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,880,902 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Thanks for checking up on me. Probably best to go over to my web site: for biography information. And if you're really bored, there's my fan site over on Facebook: Oh, and one last thing. If you're a student and your class reads one of my books, I'll do a 'meet the author' 30 min question and answer session by speakerphone with your class from my office here in California. If you're a reader's group, the same thing which case I'd recommend ELI to really get the discussion juices flowing - at least until THE GOD HATER comes out in 2010. Thanks for stopping by!

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Sutton on March 30, 2009
Format: Paperback
I'm not much of a suspense fan but I did have trouble putting this story down. It was nice and edgy and dealt with realistic topics relating to sinful behavior not often found in Christian fiction. Personally, I was amazed at how much abuse that one poor man could take. The special ops training helped, but still... And the forgiveness theme played a big role in this book, hence the reason I enjoyed it so much. I found it fascinating how twisted the theology of the villian was, and yet at the same time he was incredibly gifted when it came to killing people in freakish ways. This story also shows that messing around with evil is always risky and you are never safe "playing with fire." The power of prayer and worship is also highlighted in this book. Angel of Wrath shows how worship helps keep darkness at bay and reveals that no secret sin is truly "secret". This was a great story with great message.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Klepfer VINE VOICE on April 3, 2009
Format: Paperback
I've whipped through every Bill Myers title I've ever read, from the Wally McDoogle series I read when I could snatch a book from my son, to the Fire of Heaven Trilogy. Whether Myers is going for humor or suspense, he cranks it out into a great read.

Angel of Wrath is not a departure from this MO or the expected Myers' skill with plot and character development. Though I didn't read book one in The Voice of God series, I'm intrigued enough to go back and pick it up because Myers, as he did with the Fire of Heaven Trilogy, introduces just enough speculation and scientific questioning into Biblical fact to make me stop and think a bit and want to read beyond the story I held in my hands.

Written in multiple POV Myers melds Satanism with a twisted "Christianity" and comes up with a horrifying religious blend from the pits. Honken Chicken Club members may find some creepiness just a little too creepy. Very conservative folks may find some of the slang language a bit trying or toe stomping. Overall, this is an entertaining and thought-provoking read. Parent warning...I'd rate it PG-13 because of some intense subject matter.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sara Flynn on January 12, 2011
Format: Paperback
This book is NOT for children! I'm glad I read this first, I have a teen who this was bought for but he will not be reading it. This book is a fair to good read for adults if you do not mind the sexual topics involving 13 to 16 year olds. True, a lot of children these days may think like the kids in this book do, but I did not buy a "Christian" book to encourage these thoughts and behaviors. There is a lot of sex in this book. There is the sexual abuse by a paster toward his own child, self-inflicted wrist cutting of teen girls, talk of multiple partner teen sex, third trimester abortion and much, much more. This is a very "dark" book and I would only recommend it to ADULTS that are either non-Christian or established Christians who have the strength to overlook and ignore some of the books negative...vibes? If not for the Biblical refrences and the battle of good and evil you wouldn't know it was anything Christian.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By on June 10, 2009
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In this stand-alone sequel to THE VOICE, author Bill Myers continues telling the story of the three main characters in his newest release, ANGEL OF WRATH, kindly offering readers a brief background on these protagonists. Charlie Madison, former Special Ops agent who lost his wife and daughter to terrorists, has since become a burned-out recluse; Jazmin, the 13-year-old deaf daughter of Charlie's sister, now lives with him; and Lisa Harmon, a friend to both Charlie and Jazmin, is also a former FBI agent whose painful past has her fearful of commitment.

Myers opens his fast-paced, take-no-hostages story with a physician (who performs abortions) relishing time with his young daughter before bedtime when suddenly a laser beam hits and destroys her dolls. That, after receiving a cryptic church bulletin that had the words "THOU SHALT NOT KILL" highlighted, and the doctor is right to be afraid. Before the first chapter ends, the killer has dutifully carried out his own private revenge. The killings continue, and after each one, a commandment is placed close by the victim. Whoever is after the "sinners" isn't playing around, and no one is safe...especially those who claim to be Christians.

Enter Lisa, who is called upon to help solve the murders by her estranged pastor/brother Tom. When these occurrences begin happening to people from his congregation, it's hitting a little too close to home. His home. Tom's son, Will, is also a struggling soul who's dabbling in drinking and whatnot...not knowing how a single poor choice will land him in the middle of a demonic ritual and in the clutches of the otherworldly monster himself.

Soon Charlie and Jazmin join forces with Lisa, and it is Jazmin who realizes that these murders definitely have a spiritual force behind them.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Janna R. Ryan on April 17, 2009
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I am always pleased to find a good book that deals with an important often overlooked subject - in "Angel of Wrath" Bill Myers does an excellent job of delving into spiritual warfare. It is reminiscent of Frank Peretti's "This Present Darkness" and Shaunti Feldhahn's "The Veritas Project". This is book #2 but can stand alone (although I do plan on going back and reading the first one "The Voice") and it is based on those characters, with many returning. New characters are introduced and enrich the story. One of the things I loved most was when Jazmin describes how she feels when evil is near, and another lady describes how it feels to her - they feel it differently, but it accomplishes the same thing - makes them aware that something is wrong and they need to do something about it. The resolution in this book is fantastic, but the journey getting there is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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