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   Witchblood, by Timothy Whitfield  
  Novel, first publication in February 2002 , latest edition in February 2003
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    Hell with the lid taken off. That was how Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was perceived during the latter part of the nineteenth century when the entire city seethed as a cauldron of molten steel, blackening the midday sky with endless clouds of ash and soot. In 1901, beneath a think haze of manganese dust, an evil and malicious graveworm awoke among the immigrant slums and grossly polluted rivers. And there the vile wickedness thrived and grew.

    Today, thirteen-year-old Angela Danziger is a living testament to the poisonous industrialization. A brokenhearted albino angel with clipped wings and a tragic past, she is called the Blessed Moonchild by witches and mystics alike. She is a present-day Joan of Arc, and quite possibly humankindís last chance at redemption. But can she survive the merciless onslaught of the festering worms and preserve her angelic lineage--and her own sanity--or will she fall prey to their evil and destructive passions?

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  • 20th Century
  • Angels - Archangels - Guardian Angels - Dark Angels
  • Children, Teens, Kids.
  • Earth
  • Horror - Terror
  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards
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