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Children of Angels: Book One of the New Nephilim Series Paperback – February 29, 2012


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About the Author

Kathryn Dahlstrom is the author of the Good News Club, a six-book fiction series for tweens and teens. As a screenwriter, Kathryn was named a quarter-finalist in the American Zoetrope Screenwriting Contest and subsequently had that script, a Western biopic, optioned by a film company. Her current production team is on the verge of filming a live-action family fantasy.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: WINEPRESS PUBLISHING (February 29, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1606152165
  • ISBN-13: 978-1606152164
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,224,113 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Award winning author Kathryn Dahlstrom has been writing for twenty-two years. Her juvenile fantasy novel, CHILDREN OF ANGELS, won three awards in 2013 - a Gold Medal in the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards, a Silver Medal in the Illumination Book Awards, and Honorable Mention in the Hollywood Book Festival. She's also written the Good News Club, a six book children's fiction series set in inner city Los Angeles. She's an optioned screenwriter and a quarter-finalist in the American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest. Dahlstrom is a member of the Screenwriting U Pro Series Alumni, the Minnesota Christian Writers Guild, and the American Screenwriters Association. She lives with her husband and senior mother in Minnesota's lakes region.

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The characters and story line drew me in.
Donna Safford
This story is about spiritual warfare from a unique and creative perspective.
Pilar Arsenec
I enjoyed reading the book and I recommend it to readers of all ages.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SPerez on June 11, 2014
Format: Paperback
Ever since his father went to prison and his family had to move into a smaller apartment Jeremy had been suffering at the hands of some pretty nasty bullies. My favorite thing about Jeremy is that even though he is constantly bullied and put down (being called “son of the Sleezeball”) he never loses his innocence. He still remains the loveable kid he started off as. He doesn’t get angry just annoyed. Even when Jeremy finds out he is part Nephilim he doesn’t have this egotistical air about him. What kid doesn’t dream about having super strength, becoming invisible, being able to walk through walls and fly? Jeremy can do them all at once and more. This book is sure to capture the attention of the reader. It is well-written, with fast-moving plots and memorable characters.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CMcNulty on June 11, 2014
Format: Paperback
The action was crisp, it moved at a good pace and the handling of the religious theme, was quite good without being overpowering. For a teenager, Jeremy is a strong character. He is well developed, as are all the characters, with all the flaws and quirks necessary to make him become real. He has a very strong sense of self and loyalty. With that being said I think the best audience for this particular book would be an 8-10year old age bracket. I really can’t see an older child enjoying this book. I do have to mention reading this book was a refreshing change from the vampire/werewolf novels that have taken over the shelves lately.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Virgina Garrett on September 25, 2012
Format: Paperback
I recently read and reviewed the book Children Of Angels , by Kathryn Dahlstrom, book one in the New Nephilim Series. Here is what I thought of it.

Overall it was not a bad book ; in fact ,I enjoyed it very much. It is about a thirteen year old boy named Jeremy who discovers that he is a Nephilim ,a Biblical being which is supposed to be part angel and part human. Word travels quickly about this `Angel Boy', and he receives an invitation to the Higher Humanity Institute. He begs his mother to let him go and be with other children who are

`like him'. But upon his arrival, he discovers that Mrs. Prouse , the headmistress, hates angels. None of the other children are true Nephilim ,because Prouse has injected their grandparents with a formula designed to give the grandchildren attributes of angels. Jeremy, along with his friends and an angel , must defeat the demons and Mrs. Prouse. They all have the power of the Lord Jesus, and yet the opposition is great. When the enemy drags their families' lives into the fray, do Jeremy and his friends have the courage to stand up for everything they know and love, or will the enemy win ?

Please keep in mind that this is a fictional story and humans will

NEVER become angels. But Nephilim , however , did exist.

Thank you!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By VicG on September 24, 2012
Format: Paperback
Kathryn Dahlstrom in her new book "Children of Angels" Book One in the New Nephilim series published by WinePress Publishing brings us into the life of Jeremy Lapoint.

From the back cover: "Not my iPod " yells Jeremy Lapoint as his day plunges to record lows when Sid Lundahl and his crew stomp on the only nice thing he owns, and Jeremy gets in trouble for fighting. With Dad in prison and Mom struggling to scrape by, Jeremy's life seems hopeless.

Until he has this urge to...fly.

One leap and Jeremy soars through the air: with this and other newfound powers, life is suddenly amazing and wonderful-until-a real-live demon chases him through the school hallways, terrifying him, and making him a freak to his schoolmates. Because Jeremy is the only one who can see the monster, he wonders if being able to fly is worth it.

As Jeremy tries to fight off demons, he is relieved to get help from Asiel, his guardian angel, who wields his sword and fiercely comes to his defense. Asiel explains that Jeremy is a Nephilim-half human and half angel. After his initial shock, Jeremy's quest to uncover how he got like this sends him to the Higher Humanity Institute where he meets other Nephilim like him along with a slew of friends and enemies-both human and not.

In the midst of his strange and dangerous struggles, Jeremy also receives the peace and love he has always longed for but never knew. When called to lead an angelic battle for the truth, Jeremy must decide whether or not he will cling to the One who can win the war or let his old doubts and fears overtake him.

Fun, danger, friendship, mystery, and faith fill the pages of this exciting book about angels and demons.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Jinnette on September 18, 2012
Format: Paperback
Since this book was geared towards young adults/juveniles, I had my daughter read it when I was finished to see what her thoughts were. We both enjoyed the story and my daughter is looking forward to the rest of the series to come out.

To me, at first I thought the story was missing something (especially since the story develops really fast) but, as it progressed, I understood what was occurring and why at that time and not earlier in Jeremy's life. I thought it was interesting how the author explains how Jeremy and the other Nephilim got their powers and why only them. There are many possibilities for future stories and events so it will be neat to see what the author does with this series.

This book was provided by Litfuse Publicity Group for review without compensation.
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