Item description for Chronicles of Angels: The Cherubim Fields by D. C. Bennett...
On the eve of Armageddon, Theology Professor Goodwin, while engrossed in a budding romance with a beautiful colleague, suffers an automobile accident which enables him to see the unseen. In his quickened state he enters a parallel dimension known as The Cherubim Fields where thirteen foot tall Warrior Angels, equipped with Gladiator-like armor, battle Satan, dark angels, and morphing Dragons. After being drawn into a battle for the very survival of mankind, Goodwin faces a choice join an elite group of Mans great protectors in the Cherubim Fields, or return to his world to be with the woman he loves. Author Profile Born in the San Joaquin Valley of Central California, D. C. Bennett, an entrepreneur turned stay-at-home father of two, reinvents himself once again in launching his literary career. Grounded in Christ, D. C.s knowledge and study of Angels proves his break-out novel The Cherubim Fields an exhilarating read.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.51" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.88" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Nov 16, 2006
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1600347878 ISBN13 9781600347870
Availability 0 units.
More About D. C. Bennett
D.C. Bennett's no nonsense writing style offers ease and fluidity to the reading experience. Without the use of inappropriate language or sexuality, D.C. presents a positive message enveloped in an action/adventure story of honor and heroism.
Reviews - What do customers think about Chronicles of Angels: The Cherubim Fields?
Awesome Nov 6, 2007
WOW is right! I'm an attorney and I expect a lot from my reading when precious time permits, and in this case I was NOT disappointed. I have to admit I was a bit disturbed by the graphic battles as the author showed me spiritual warfare in a very literal sense. I started reading at 10:00 A.M. and didn't stop until 3:00 the next morning. Rarely have I been able to see, hear and smell as if I were actually part of the story. This kept me engaged for hours at a time. The story got better and stronger the more I read and left me wanting more. Keep writing D.C. I can't wait for the sequel.
Chronicles of Angels, well worth the read. Jul 7, 2007
I just got done reading this book. Wow. I was impressed with it.
A lot of "Christian books" try to "preach at the reader" and throw out a bunch of meaningless bible verses (Well, meaningless to those not already a Christian). I think D.C. avoids this.
He tells a good story, has a good Christian value system and also includes some scripture and learning for the initiated.
I thought the characters were well thought out and was expressed well.
My only "complaint" about the book was the way it was laid out. The spacing between lines seemed to be off to me. But once I got past this, it was hard for me to put this book down.
I really enjoyed this book and eagerly await the next installment (if there is indeed another one).
Keep up the good work Mr. Bennett
Rev. Aaron Moss
Excellent, GET IT NOW!!!!!! Feb 24, 2007
The autor keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the book. A lot of people say, "I couldn't put it down". Well I couldn't put it down!!! In the preface the author details his vision and insight to the writting of the book, and it is amazing. The "Left Behind" series pales in comparison to "The Chronicles of Angels".
The Wraith Feb 14, 2007
Wow! What a suprise. I enjoy stories about Angels but wasnt expecting this one. This book is an entirely new twist on Spiritual Warfare as it directly corresponds to our everyday lives. The battle scenes are engaging and the heart-warming love story realy kicks-in. The author does a good job witnessing a strong Christian message without being too preachy. The story leaves you wanting more.
A different view on Angels, demons, and their affect on our world... Jan 28, 2007
If you are looking for a new twist on how Angels and demons interact and how this may directly affect our world, then Cherubim Fields will be a fun read for you. It has a basis in the Bible's teachings on Angels (and provides references to them) but it definitely strays away from being a quaint "Sunday School-style" tale. Amidst the plot-driven storline, the author also provides a subtle, yet strong message to the reader on his beliefs regarding faith and salvation. The story moves along well and at the end will leave you wondering what does the author, D.C Bennett, have in store for the next book in the Chronicles of Angels?