Remy Chandler Takes Us Where Angels Fear To Tread

Novelist, Comic book writer, and pop culture journalist Thomas E. Sniegoski (The Fallen, Hellboy) just released the third book in his Remy Chandler series. For those who aren’t familiar with Remy Chandler , he’s a “Boston P.I. (who) has many talents. He can will himself invisible, he can speak and understand any foreign language (including the language of animals), and if he listens carefully, he can hear thoughts. Unusual, to say the least – for an ordinary man. But Remy is no ordinary man – he’s an angel. Generations ago, he chose to renounce heaven and live on Earth. He’s found a place among us ordinary humans; friendship, a job he’s good at – and love.” The new book is entitled Where Angels Fear To Tread and was published through ROC and released on March 2nd of this year. I’m not entirely sure what angle these novels come from in a theological manner, but I will be interviewing author Sniegoski and posting it later this month. Definitely look for that to be quite interesting. After the jump, you can read a synopsis of the new chapter in the Remy Chandler saga.

Six-year-old Zoe York has been taken and her mother has come to Remy for help. She shows him crude, childlike drawings that she claims are Zoe’s visions of the future, everything leading up to her abduction, and some beyond. Like the picture of a man with wings who would come and save her – a man who is an angel.

Zoe’s preternatural gifts have made her a target for those who wish to exploit her power to their own destructive ends. The search will take Remy to dark places he would rather avoid. But to save an innocent, Remy will ally himself with a variety of lesser evils – and his soul may pay the price…


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