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No Angel Paperback – August 10, 2011
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Rib-tickling humor, a cantankerous yet somehow charming hero, and the most unique story ever written about how the spirit world and ours intertwine. . . . No Angel has it all! --Shawnette Nielson, author
No Angel is a powerful story with captivating characters. This book kept me on the edge of my seat and my fingers turning the pages. . . .A must read! --Krista Darrach, author of Riley s Gift
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Theresa has a special gift that she has obviously developed over time based on what I can only surmise as her experiences in life...as well as her beliefs. This combination allows her to dive into places that people like myself would never in a million years have come up with on our own...What makes this story so "unique" is Theresa's creativity in putting a "Twist" into the battle between good and evil for a persons soul...and hopefully I am not giving to much away here, but to also make you believe that even as an "Angel" there is much more to learn (if you failed to learn it while you were "earthly") ... THIS is what kept me captivated and always wondering what would happen next. Theresa has an amazing talent to put this gift of insight into words, which inspire people like me, allowing "complete visualization" of what her fantastic imagination has developed. I am not an overly religious person...I have not gone to church in over 20 years...this being said, I do believe that there is a GOD...and I have always believed that GOD is the "Voice of Reason" which we choose to follow or ignore...It truly made me smile at how eloquently her book took this idea to a whole new level and made it seem so real...almost as if it could actually happen that way...and who knows, perhaps "No Angel" is a lot closer to fact...than fiction... "No Angel" will give you goose bumps thinking about all of the hidden messages GOD has sent you through Theresa...Read more ›
Sneed's No Angel opens in a heavenly realm, moves into mortality where good and evil spirits impact humans, and then she thrusts her readers into a frightening underworld where even good spirits can become trapped through error. Each world is filled with complex characters and governed by strict rules--rules Sneed's main character, a reluctant Guardian Angel named Jonathan Stewart, hasn't bothered reading.
Jonathan was sorely disappointed by his own mortality and in an effort to make this second earth experience, (required by all post-mortal spirits), quick and painless, Jonathan selects an EMD client, Early Marked for Death, knowing his client will die young, allowing him to complete his assignment early and quickly exit earth once and for all.
What Jonathan failed to learn from that unread handbook is that special conditions surround the exceptional spirits assigned to be EMDs--their goodness makes them prized targets of the dark spirits.
Jonathan's poor attitude is a disappointment to the more dedicated Guardians, but more importantly, it also places him in the cross-hairs of dark spirits who pose a threat to his successful completion of his mission, and to Faith, the child, he has been sent to guard.
But Jonathan has two allies, a loyal Guardian Angel named Grace, who takes a special interest in him, and Celeste Knight, the premortal spirit of Faith. Their interest in Jonathan is not accidental.
Sneed does a wonderful job of fleshing out heaven and the underworld with rich, vivid description that drives the theme of good versus evil deep into the reader.Read more ›
With a great imagination and some experience with the spirit realm, Theresa Sneed writes an intriguing story which takes many twists and turns. An unexpected adventure into the underworld captivates the reader until the very satisfying end.
As I read this story, it reminded me of my deceased husband so this story has a special meaning for me. Many others apparently have felt the same way as readers are saying it has given them comfort to read about what may happen in the Spirit World.
It's a great read and I'd recommend it to anyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was simply amazed with the character's names the author came up with. The vivid details and the story's plot were astounding. Read morePublished on September 20, 2013 by Mahji
One usage error :"donning" means to put on, not to be wearing. One geographic reference error: Mesa is not in western Arizona. Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Molly
Let me start by saying I don't like angel books. I know angels are real so it's hard for me to read a fictional take on angels. It really just doesn't interest me. Read morePublished on July 13, 2012 by Kathryn Cooper Writes
No Angel by Theresa Sneed is a vivid interpretation of Lehi's Dream with a bit of Dante's Inferno thrown into the mix. Read morePublished on April 10, 2012 by Rachel Andersen
No Angel is a witty, well-written, light-hearted story! I loved it - couldn't put it down once I began reading it! Cannot wait for the pre-qual to come out! Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by DFinne4
Theresa knocked it out of the park!! Reading `No Angel' knowing it to be fiction, I believed the truth of it. Skillfully written--a page turner.Published on March 9, 2012 by Sarah Beggs
No Angel by Teresa Sneed is the story of Jonathan Stewart, a reluctant guardian angel. He's not anxious to return to earth, but it's a requirement, which he would have known if... Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by Janet K. Jensen
This book is very different from any angel and demon book I have read. The story is centered on the lives of the guardian angels and the demons known as "Sheydims" in this novel. Read morePublished on November 13, 2011 by S.Staley