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The angels manage to have unique characteristics, even ones that might be perceived as faults (but what is a fault if not a positive trait taken too far or ill-used?). I really enjoyed this book.
The author has taken an unforgivable act and written about it with such compassion and grace that you cannot help feeling empathy and love. The pain, the guilt and the shame, is something we as human feel all to often when we know we've let ourselves and our loved ones down. Forgiveness means nothing until we are able to forgive ourselves.
God who is all merciful FORGIVES, if we repent . Forgiving ourselves is a whole other story .
I won't say more to be a spoiler . It's an unusual tale as the whole series is . But worth the read .
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