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First the LINK - an interactive, implanted computer - transformed society. Then came the angels - cybernetic manifestations that claimed to be working God's will....

But former cop Deidre McMannus has had her LINK implant removed - for a crime she didn't commit. And she has never believed in the angels.

All that will change when a man named Michael appears at her door.

©2000 Lyda Morehouse (P)2016 Lyda Morehouse

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  • Katherine
  • 22-05-16

Loved, loved, loved!

I read this book ages ago and enjoyed it, but it was long enough ago that I'd forgotten some details. Listening to the book adds a special dimension in that it forces me to slow down and savor it instead of turning the pages quickly to see what happens next. (Nitpick: the narrator mispronounced some Hebrew but was otherwise perfect.) Highly recommended, and I can't wait for the rest of the series!

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  • ChuckTheViking
  • 17-10-16

A book from my teens.

I originally read this as a teen and loved hearing it all over again. It helped build my interest in the world of technology.