The Trial of Fallen Angels by James Kimmel download in pdf, ePub, iPad
Trapped between worlds in a mysterious place populated by people from her distant past, Brek desperately struggles to get back to her husband and her beautiful, now motherless, baby daughter. He deftly unveils each new character and cleverly balances the positive and negative aspects of their lives. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
With each dramatic trial conducted in a harrowing courtroom of eternity, Brek moves a step closer to comprehending what has happened to her. In a seemingly deliberate coincidence, her first client appears to provide a link to the sequence of events that led to her death. By becoming a lawyer of souls, Brek is able to experience the inner thoughts, feelings, and memories of other people.
Yes, he can take people back to the realm of the living to visit their loved ones in dreams. But Sarah was an infant when she died. In some respects, it was an interesting take to think of the story of Noah from God's perspective as opposed to Noah's, but ultimately, it became too murky and weighty for me to even want to follow.
The presenter keeps coming back and doing the same thing, and being told to end the presentation. Then, I thought that it was Sarah, because in a very real way Brek her mother did deliberately stick her arm in the machine. It took me too many braincells to figure it out. So, who tells the presenters to stop presenting and that it has been decided as it has been done throughout the book.
The Trial of Fallen Angels has been called a modern parable and an allegory. Through a series of stunning revelations, Brek discovers how the choices that she and others made during their lives have led her to this place.