Good Angel/Bad Angel is enlightening and
remarkable. It shows how to handle
today’s problems. It digs under the
surface and points to the true meaning of life and death, in a hell of
terrifying visions where Stella d’Oro’s worst nightmare seems real, as she
journeys through Satan’s kingdom.
It is a tale of Light and Dark, of the ‘end times,’
and hope, where celestial beings share with Stella future revelations. At the moment, even though she now possesses
the ability to change shape, she does not believe the spiritual transformation
has altered her life. A near-death
experience, or dying, unites her with her angelic instructor, Dean Jones, a
seraph. He reveals that she is to use
her new psychic gifts to help puny man.
The story offers a compelling vision of what it is
like to by dying, and more importantly, how to live. It has many elements of intrigue – magic, psychic/supernatural,
and danger. It is a suspenseful mystery
novel about the death and rebirth of a woman’s spirit, love, memory, happiness,
faith and healing. Stella, however, is
convinced that her recurring dream is supernatural information on her way
through the infinite anguish of mortality to immortality. Stubbornly, unyieldingly, she ‘dreams’
herself into a strangely believable world where Satan the Devil urges that she
take an ultimatum to humans. Satan the
Devil threatens Stella with his power.
Stella, herself skilled in strange powers defies Satan, dematerializes
her fleshly body and enters the spirit realm, bringing her prophetic adventure
to a curious, but satisfying conclusion, showing triumph of good over evil.