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The Silence in HeavenThe Silence in Heaven: 06/21/05

For a book that's more than 400 pages long, there's not much substance; I was able to read the entire thing in two hours. It's a weird combination of genres. Imagine if Robinson Crusoe, A Trio for Lute, Interview with a Vampire and The Da Vinci Code were thrown into a blender. The resulting smoothie would be something like The Silence in Heaven. Here's the gist of the plot: fallen angels create vampires and spent the rest of the plot torn between trying to clean up the mess they've created and get home.

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