Halo of the Damned A chain of advertising agencies a new breed of humans and a fallen angel to worship Andel Talistokov is known for his slick advertising agencies across the globe He is a fallen angel that uses adver

  • Title: Halo of the Damned...
  • Author: Dina Rae
  • ISBN: 9781615726042
  • Page: 429
  • Format: ebook
  • A chain of advertising agencies, a new breed of humans, and a fallen angel to worship Andel Talistokov is known for his slick advertising agencies across the globe He is a fallen angel that uses advertising as a weapon for Satan s work His growing power emboldens him to break several of Hell s Commandments Furious with his arrogance, Satan commands him to return to HeA chain of advertising agencies, a new breed of humans, and a fallen angel to worship Andel Talistokov is known for his slick advertising agencies across the globe He is a fallen angel that uses advertising as a weapon for Satan s work His growing power emboldens him to break several of Hell s Commandments Furious with his arrogance, Satan commands him to return to Hell after finding his own replacement.Yezidism, an ancient angel worshiping religion, quietly expands throughout the West Armaros appears as a guest of honor during their ceremonies He mates with young women to produce nephilim, a mixed race of humans and angels They are alone and unprepared for their supernatural power Joanna Easterhouse, a recovering drug addict, steps out of prison shortly after her mother s fatal accident She and her sister, Kim, unravel their mother s secretive past Intrigued, they learn their bloodline is part of a celestial legacy.Both worlds collide.Halo of the Damned is a horrifying tale that weaves research together with suspenseful twists and turns.

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    1. Armaros, or Andel as he likes to be called, has been around for a long time. If you asked him he’d tell you, “I was made at the very beginning, with all of God’s angels…. So to answer your question, I’m as old as old can be.”Andel is one of the fallen. He was sent to Hell along with one-third of the rest of the angels, those who stood alongside Satan in a war to defy God. Which they lost.Now he’s got this huge advertising company, The Evil Empire, which he uses to trick and steal t [...]

    2. When I signed up for this book tour, I thought that Halo of the Damned was going to be your average paranormal romance with all the usual clichés - but I was wrong. Halo of the Damned is something different and unique that takes paranormal romance and throws a bit of gore, horror and mystery at it. The writing is absolutely superb and the story keeps you gripped from beginning to end. The book's description drew me in as it sounded like this book was going to be a mixture of old and new worlds [...]

    3. Mystically Captivating & Realistically Horrifying! What a fascinating read! Talking about being glued to the pages, I was totally hypnotized as the story came alive on the pages. Readers who love stories of the fallen angels will eat this story up. The story captivates you immediately as the mysterious religion (Yeridism) behind the fallen angels unfolds within the story and gives the reader an insightful realistic and goring detail of how the angel worshipers perform their rituals and why t [...]

    4. Review posted on MamaKittyReviewsmamakittyreviews/?p=5504This book not for the faint of heart, if you have an aversion to blood and gore, rape, incest, or anything cult related; then this book is not for you.Let’s jump right in with my likes and dislikes.Likes: The characters, they are all flawed – extremely flawed. Some are redeemable; others make your skin crawl. I know this was the intent, and it takes true talent to portray that in the manner it is done here. I normally don’t add or me [...]

    5. I found this to be a very unique paranormal, horror story. I admit to be fascinated with the premise of the Catholic faith and a novel which features fallen angels, Satan and hell. I also like a good horror story and Dina Rae has done a great job of keeping me entertained on both those fronts.The story follows sisters Joanna and Kim as their mother's secret history begins to come to light. In the course of the novel the two sisters find out that they are actually part human and part angel, or Ne [...]

    6. Genesis 6:4 Nephilim . . . offspring of the "sons of God" and the "daughters of men." Good and evil. Heaven and Hell! The mysteries of the Nephilim are explored in Halo of the Damned. After Joanna is released from prison, she is given refuge by her sister Kim and Kim’s daughter Maria. Lydia, their mother who died the year before, left behind a tangled web of mystery and deceit. Joanna secures a job in an ad agency founded by the Fallen One, Armaros. Seeking his own dominion on earth, Armaros u [...]

    7. Oh wow. This is the first book of Dina's I have read and might I say, I was thoroughly satisfied! I really like paranormal romance and what made this book even better was the suspense level. It had me at the edge of my seat frantically turning my virtual pages. Intense is not an accurate way to describe this book. What more accurately describes it is, Intensely intriguing with a side of holy crap did that just happen?!?!?! I want to give everyone a heads up, there are some gory things that happe [...]

    8. This story relies heavily on the Book of Enoch and other testaments not included in the King James’ Bible, and there’s a plethora of information about how and why these specific angel fell. It’s also a tongue-in-cheek comment on American sales agencies in that the biggest and most successful advertising agency of them all just happens to be owned and operated by one of Satan’s own.The characters are as varied in their motives as they are in their backgrounds, but they all have one thing [...]

    9. The storyline was very fascinating; I was hooked from the first page to the last. It is written so well you feellike your apart of the book. All the characters were interesting, and easy to follow. The story takes you on anintense, unbelievable journey. Let go of everything you think is "normal" and you will enjoy this book!antly worth to read!Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    10. Great read! I wrote it! If you like horror, violence, research, angel lore, and fast-paced thrillers, you'll love Halo of the Damned!

    11. When I read the synopsis of HALO OF THE DAMNED I thought, “Oh Hell! This book is going to be littered with tons of religious innuendo! I don’t want to be preached to! I don’t want some Evangeli-Catho-Bapti-Biblethumpiotic author trying to infuse her religious beliefs within a thriller that centers around religious themes!” Or so I thought that would be what reading a book about an advertising agency run by a fallen angel whom works for none-other-than Satan himself that just so happens t [...]

    12. Not for the faint hearted!(I received a digital copy of this book for free as part of the ‘Halo of the Damned’ Blog tour.)32-year-old Joanna has just been released from prison, after an 18 month sentence for possession of cocaine. She goes to live with her sister and niece, who are living in her mother’s home since her death. Lydia (their mother)’s will leads them to some unusual discoveries though, as it turns out she had a lot of money, several homes, and some strange artefacts in the [...]

    13. May have slight spoilers.In Halo of the Damned by Dina Rae we meet Andel Talistokov and Joanna Easterhouse.Beside Andel and Joanna we do meet a few other very-important-to-the-plot characters but Andel and Joanna are our main characters.Joanna is a recover alcoholic and drug addict that has just got out of prison. She is in need of a job and after going to her first AA meeting outside of prison she meets a woman who gets her a job at The Evil Empire, an advertising agency that is run and owned b [...]

    14. Overview: Halo of the Damned is the third book I’ve read from Dina Rae and she sure does have a very signature way to her writing. It’s raw, extremely unpredictable, and compelling from the first page to the last. The dialogue and writing feel over-dramatic at times, and the way her books are written feels like Dan Brown or Tim LaHaye. I like how each of her books tackle a different genre – this one is a dark thriller. I like how this book is about a devil religion unique to this book – [...]

    15. Fun with DemonsCurrent cultural trends show a persisting, growing obsession with all things angel, demon, and darkly supernatural, all with a thread of romance thrown into the mix. Fans of this genre will not be disappointed with Dina Rae’s Halo of the Damned.Set ironically in Wheaton, Illinois, a city with one of the highest number of churches per capita, the story opens by acquainting the reader with Andel, the head of an advertising agency that bears the very honest name Evil Empire, after [...]

    16. Dina Rae’s Halo of the Damned, a different type of paranormal, is published by Eternal Press. Instead of the retelling of Gods and Goddesses, Ms. Rae decides to go with one of Satan’s own. As many of you have suspected after bombarded by images of perfect slender females in commercials, there is pure evil in advertising. This happens to be a devil named Andel’s tale.Andel shows up in Wheaton, Illinois to do Satan’s bidding, or at least that’s the plan. Andel head up an advertising firm [...]

    17. I interviewed Dina Rae on my website and she was incredibly personable. I liked her attitude so much, I bought her book 'Halo of the Damned.' Here is the link to her interview.jakeelliotfiction/2012/10/This is a simple, yet fun and twisted read. The basic story is about Andel,one of the fallen angels who is in cahoots with Lucifer. Here on Earth, Andel runs an ad agency in Chicago. He's done a fantastic job using advertising as a means to manipulate and deceive people away from salvation.Althoug [...]

    18. First I would love to thank FMB Tours for allowing me to be a part of this tour. I have to say that when I first saw the cover of this book I was intrigued then I read the blurb and said I have to read this book. The cover drew me in for a number of reasons and one being that I am a huge fan of Angels and Demons stories. There is something about good VS evil that makes or breaks a story. Dina has a little of everything in this story and I love the fact that you really don't know what is going to [...]

    19. Andel just made me feel sick. All the gruesome zombie-ish routines of eating humans and Andel's assistant, Marcus' past are enough to make most of us stop this book. But, its like you just love to be afraid when seeing the horror movies. I just continued and it became less horrific. I still continued and something new came up. I was still reading when I predicted the next move and I finished reading when I felt like its a good read.There are usual paranormal references like nephilim, angels, etc [...]

    20. Review of Halo of the Damned by Dina Rae5 starsDina Rae is a very special kind of author, as I discovered with the very first novel by her that I read, “Bad Juju.” Then I moved on to read “The Last Degree,” and now “Halo of the Damned.” Of course I was a Dina Rae convert from the first novel . She has a certain aura in her writing I’ve not experienced anywhere else, and if someone were to put a document before me, or a set of printed pages, without a title, author, or blurb listed, [...]

    21. This dark occult horror novel doesn't pull a punch. Rae demonstrates her research skill and imagination in this take on fallen angels gone awry. Andel Talistokov is a fallen angel that uses subliminal suggestion in advertising as a weapon for Hellish intentions. Ruling a power structure reminiscent of the one run by Al Pacino in the Devil's Advocate, Andel feels invincible. He tried to defeat God, and now he wants to defeat Satan. Yezidism, an ancient angel worshiping religion, provides the powe [...]

    22. Joanna has spent a few years in jail for her drug habit. She had the habit do to hearing voices all her life. The drugs kept the voices away. When she is released she goes home to live with her sister and niece. All she wants to do is stay clean and get a job. Her mom left behind many secrets including who their father is. She was hiding so much more that they better prepare to face. Andel is a successful business man with ties to Satan. He grows to cocky and soon begins to ignore Satan's wishes [...]

    23. Reconstructing Jackson is an interesting look into the USA following the Civil War. While I don't read a lot of historical romance, I do love to read early American. As one who cut my teeth on Zane Grey and Louis L'Amour, the stories about how the US came to be have always fascinated me. Reconstructing Jackson was no exception.It wasn't an easy read. Times are difficult for everyone in the book from the crippled hero, to the abused heroine, to the "darkies" who are now technically free, but stil [...]

    24. This book has a paced story that combines horror, suspense, religion and that’s what makes it an amazing book! After just reading a few pages you can see Dina Rae has researched everything that it’s written in this book and that is what will make this book to be on top of all the lists. Life isn't the same, everything changes and sister Johanna and Kim asks them self what to do now when they found out they’re hall life was full of lies. Their mom was a offspring of they’re grandmother, a [...]

    25. I thought at first that I was not going to like Halo of the damned. I found it quite hard to get into at first, but I’m glad I persevered because after a while it turned into an enthralling page turner.First, I suggest that you release the rational side of your mind and allow this dark paranormal to take to you places that you never knew existed. Where demons are repentant and angels are all forgiving to us mere human beings. There is death, destruction and bloody fights, which expertly builds [...]

    26. Wow this is a DARK and fantastically horrific read. Rae definitely has her gory detailing down and opens the book up with just that and doesn't let up! The violent and gory details can definitely make your skin crawl. Rae creates characters that have depth and that you become engrossed with. Rae's research is laced all throughout the book and makes you want to learn more. Again this book is full of gory, horrific, and violent details and is not for the squeamish/lighthearted. Looking forward to [...]

    27. I thought it was very good. Nephilim, spawn of angels and humans, undercover church rituals, and the damned. It was all very intriguing. It was exciting once they began fighting back. But with so much negative, like the cocaine abuse, using subconscious ads with heinous means, it was actually a bit scary. It makes you wonder about advertising and if they do any of that now. But I found the concept of Yezidi religion, angels, and their offspring very fascinating. I actually spent some time googli [...]

    28. Dina pens "Halo of the Damned" in fast paced plot with a gripping story line. Her characters were unique and well developed, along with her descriptive scenes and spell binding rituals, that it kept me hooked. I was totally fascinated with this book and highly recommend it to all dark romance fans.This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.

    29. 5 / 5A well written puzzle. The author did a fabulous job of blending many dynamic characters together to create an intense read. I wasn't sure where it was going a few times and was pleasantly (in a gory, heart stopping kind of way) surprised when I found out. A dark paranormal must read!

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