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   Jovah's Angel, by Sharon Shinn  
 
  Novel, first publication in September 1997 , latest edition in September 2003
 
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      This is a standalone sequel to Archangel, set 150 years later in proverbially interesting times. Samaria is industrialized; the Manadavvi and Jansai are wealthier; the Edori are marginalized, their roaming lifestyle disrupted; and Jovah seems to be turning a deaf ear to his angels' prayers for abatement of increasingly destructive storms. In the midst of all this, Archangel Delilah is incapacitated and replaced by shy, unworldly Alleluia. Alleya must pacify the tribes, calm the weather, make Jovah hear her, forge a reconciliation with Delilah, and find her angelico in order to get married--there's a Gloria due in four months. Unfortunately, the tribes don't want to be pacified, the weather is uncooperative, Jovah is remote, crippled Delilah wants nothing to do with angels, and Alleya's mate is identified only as a "son of Jeremiah.&qupt; If you're stockpiling vacation reading and love a bit of romance (or Anne McCaffrey's writing!), pop Shinn's work in the pile.

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      Part of series  
     
     
  • Samaria trilogy, The (#2)

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  • Angels - Archangels - Guardian Angels - Dark Angels
  • Genetic Engineering/manipulation - Bio-engineering
  • Religion - Theology - Gods & Deities - Faith - Priests & Clerics
  • Romance - Love Story

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