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Souls of Angels Paperback – 29 Jul 2011
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Praise for Thomas Eidson and his books:
‘Eidson writes clean and lean, with a hint of sage incense, and can strike a lingering chord’ Kirkus Reviews
‘Compelling…a powerful feat of storytelling’ Irish Times
‘Spare, violent and exciting…recreates an unforgiving world in which a moment’s distraction can prove fatal’ Times Literary Supplement
‘The pace and tension are unremitting, but there’s also time for some heart-wrenching emotion’ Daily Express
About the Author
Thomas Eidson is Executive Vice President of a large communications firm in Boston. His grandparents lived in Oklahoma Territory, Kansas and Southern Colorado, and it was out of oral family histories and storytelling that his books grew. He is the author of four previous novels including the award-winning ‘St Agnes' Stand’, which has been optioned by Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese. In 2004, Ron Howard made his novel ‘The Last Ride’ into a feature film, ‘The Missing’. Thomas Eidson lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
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I thought the storyline was imaginative and well crafted with a couple of nice twists at the end. I also found Sister Ria's personal journey through hatred and resentment to eventual understanding and support for her father interesting. But overall, I wasn't as impressed with the quality of the writing. I didn't get a feeling of being in Los Angeles in the 1880's (if it hadn't told you on the first page I wouldn't have known the book was set in this era), nor did I really feel that I got to know the other characters. Sister Ria herself isn't a very interesting character; other main characters (her father, Aba the housekeeper) behave in erratic and/or bizarre ways, but we don't get to understand why.
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