Bryony Pearce: author of Angel's Fury



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Publishers: Egmont
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Angel's Fury

'I've started to have dreams while I'm awake. I remember music I've never heard ... I've got all this extra stuff in my head, but I'm forgetting things from my own life. I feel like I'm being taken over.'

Cassie Farrier has always suffered from terrifying nightmares. On a trip to Germany she recognises scenes from her dreams and finds evidence of a sixty year-old massacre. Fearing for her sanity, her family sends Cassie to a retreat where she meets others with symptoms like her own and finds out that she has lived a number of past lives.

However, the Doctor at the retreat is not what she seems. Cassie and the boy she comes to love must escape the Doctor’s influence but can they also escape the misery of their shared past?

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"Finished Angel's Fury in one day. Totally fab. Love the take on the whole fallen angel thing. A great BRITISH book! " Rachel Savill, Waterstones

"It is not a paranormal romance, though it is a chilling story of teenagers who are reincarnated every lifetime, and there's a compelling love story at its heart. It is not a psychological thriller, though the past lives are haunting and the pace is breathless. And it is not historical, though it touches on the horror and travesty of the Holocaust in WWII." Philippa Donovan, Commissioning Editor

Readers will experience many emotions during the course of this book, from fear and horror to disgust and pity. But nothing is gratuitous, and not once do you feel a scene has been included merely for effect. The writing is powerful and evocative, the characters well-developed, and the plotting complex. Among the plethora of paranormal stories which have swamped the market recently, this one will stand out for its freshness of approach and the quality of its writing. A sequel, please! Many thanks to Egmont for sending this brilliant, if terrifying, story to Bookbag. Linda Lawlor,

Angel's Fury is an stunning debut novel. Bryony had me on the edge of my seat and left me shuddering at the chilling acts of the past and feeling touched by the power of humanity rising against evil. I highly recommend you add this to your wishlists and grab yourself a copy in July! Brodie Hussein, Goodreads