The Trial of Fallen Angels
For fans of The Shack, Mitch Albom, and The Lovely Bones comes a novel about a lawyer in the afterlife.
WHEN young attorney Brek Cuttler finds herself covered in blood and standing on a deserted train platform, she has no memory of how she got there. For one very good reason.
But how did she die? And why? Trapped between worlds in a mysterious place populated by people from her distant past, Brek desperately struggles to get back to her husband and her beautiful, now motherless, baby daughter. But her hopes for escape dim, and her fear for what lies ahead grows, when she is informed that she was sent here to join the elite group of lawyers who prosecute and defend souls at the Final Judgment.
With each dramatic trial conducted in a harrowing courtroom of eternity, Brek moves a step closer to comprehending what has happened to her. In a seemingly deliberate coincidence, her first client appears to provide a link to the sequence of events that led to her death. Through a series of stunning revelations, Brek discovers how the choices that she and others made during their lives have led her to this place. If she’s to break the chain, she must first face the terrible truth about her death. But when Brek suddenly finds that she herself has been called to stand trial, she learns the surprising answer to perhaps the most important question of all: Who is the true final judge of our fate and our lives?
The Trial of Fallen Angels is a thought-provoking mystery about love and hate, freedom and responsibility, and humanity’s search for redemption.
Published/translated in ten countries on five continents: United States, Canada, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, Slovakia, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom. The producer of such major Hollywood films as The Twilight Saga, Marley & Me, and The Devil Wears Prada has been attached to produce a motion picture adaptation.