For Immediate Release
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PublishAmerica Presents Shurod and the Angelic Bloodline by D.C. Mac
Frederick, MD February 11, 2010 -- PublishAmerica is proud to present Shurod and the Angelic Bloodline by D.C. Mac of Red Oak, Texas.
“Shurod” is an angelic word for “gatekeeper.” The Shurod bloodline has been preserved since the creation of mankind, and is responsible for keeping the fallen angels confined in their eternal prison. Mankind has diminished in its morality and has permitted evil to infiltrate the natural realm of humanity more easily. This mind-twisting saga, stimulates the deepest part of your imagination, with action-packed clashes between demons, angels and man.
Dan Clifton is waging war against demonic forces, trying to breach the prison gates and release the evil angels that sided with Lucifer during the “Great Fall.” Joe Miller, Dan’s earthly mortal enemy, has devoted endless resources to the annihilation of the Shurod bloodline to achieve his own lustful ambitions of immortality. Dan becomes aware of the “Sintenna” that is used to fuel demonic cannons that gather the immoral deeds of humans. Paranormal energy harvested from the immoral deeds of humans is used as ammunition against the prison gates.
D.C. Mac was born in Dallas, Texas. He is married and the father of three children. He wanted to write a fiction book that was interesting and positive for young readers and adults. He wants to take people on a supernatural thrill ride that will make the reader imagine what heaven and hell represent.
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