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- n. Plural form of fallen angel.
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Ms. Phoenix spins a deliciously dark and seductive tale filled with sadistic serial killers, sexy vampires, powerful fallen angels and secret experiments.
And just as the renegade fallen angels became the choir of devils and went to Hell, so the minstrels are the choir of renegade men.
The fallen angels gathered on the terrace had silently melted away from Dante and his glowing hands like winter frost in the path of a rolling red-embered coal, their handsome faces wary, leaving the way clear.
How you fallen angels suddenly became our over-lords instead of Lucifer is something yet to be sorted out in Hell.
Cracked the cemetery apart like an egg, hard-knuckling his way into another world or dimension or whatever it was; faced down fallen angels and plucked his father from the pit.
Phoenix’s lively debut has it all . . . vampires and fallen angels and a slicing-dicing serial killer . . .