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Author Frohock, Teresa, author.

Title Where oblivion lives / T. Frohock.

Publication Info. [New York, NY], Harper Voyager, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2019]
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Location Call No. Status
 PAS Central Library Fiction, Science Fiction  New Shelf  SF FROHOCK,T    Available
1 copy being processed for PAS Central Library On Order.
Edition First edition.
Description 358 pages ; 21 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series A Los Nefilim novel
Summary Born of daimon and angel, Diago Alvarez is a being unlike all others. The embodiment of dark and light, he has witnessed the good and the horror of this world and those beyond. In the supernatural war between agnels and daimons that will determine humankind's future, Diago has chosen Los Nefilim, the sons and daughters of angels who possess the power to harness music and light. As the forces of evil gather, Diago must locate the Key, the special chord that will unite the nefilim's voices, giving them the power to avert the coming civil war between the Republicans and Franco's Nationalists. Finding the Key will save Spain from plunging into darkness. And for Diago, it will resurrect the anguish caused by a tragedy he experienced in a past life. But someone - or something - is determined to stop Diago in his quest and will use his history to destroy him and the nefilim. Hearing his stolen Stradivarius played through the night, Diago is tormented by nightmares about his past life. Each incarnation strengthens the ties shared by the nefilim, whether those bonds are of love or hate, or even betrayal. To retrieve the violin, Diago must journey into enemy territory... and face an old nemesis and a falen angel bent on revenge.
Subject Good and evil -- Fiction.
Angels -- Fiction.
Imaginary wars and battles -- Fiction.
Violinists -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Fantasy fiction.
Fantasy fiction.
ISBN 9780062825612 (paperback) $16.99
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