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Gabby, Angel of God (Angel Adventure Series Book 1) by [Sandora, Greg]
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In the space of time it takes for a driver to lose control of an automobile, Bo’s wife is taken from him. It appears he will be forever lost in a world of grief.
Immersing himself in work and the care of his young children seems the only sensible solution until life takes an unexpected turn.
Gabby is an Angel of God, sent to help people. In Bo she finds a willing partner to her endeavors, although all he desires is for his wife to still be alive.
Against her better judgment, Gabby agrees to help, bending time so he can save his wife before the accident. But alongside her are the forces of evil, intent on disrupting the good she is doing.
When Bo is taken prisoner by a malevolent and shadowy figure it’s up to Gabby to come to his rescue. Will she have the strength to save him? Will Bo be able to save his wife, or will he lose her a second time?











Praise for Gabby, Angel of God, and Greg Sandora:




“Truly one of a kind story that grabs and won't let you go.” –Mike.



“Beautifully written, a definite must read for anyone who's ever lost someone close to them. Greg Sandora never disappoints his readers, and this novel is no exception.” – SJDH



“After reading the Jack Canon series I was surprised at the soft spoken simplicity and sensitivity of the story of Gabby. . .Gabby fits in its own unique space. Having grown up in Maine, Greg Sandora is at his peak strength when writing about the city of Portland, its people and the kind of in everybody else's business culture.”- Brian.







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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 611 KB
  • Print Length: 280 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IJA6XQS
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #839,020 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is not my typical read. Bo has lost his wife, Sally, but through his faith and pure soul gets a touch of heaven. Gabby, an angel, shows Bo how amazing life can be through the love of God. I wish Bo had been a little more grateful for the blessings he was given. But he is human and we tend to miss out on some blessings. I know why we were given the finale, but almost wished it wasn't so. Life's not always perfect. Overall the message was very positive in the book. Yes it's about faith and God so don't read it if that offends you. But your missing out!
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Really? If there were fractions, I would have given a fraction of a star. Too much crap that I didn't even find the heart to finish the book.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ooey-gooey angel story that stretches the imagination too much. 13 June 2015
By Amazon Customer PatH - Published on Amazon.com
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In my opinion this is not a Christian story. It is someone's fantasy based on misinformation and bad theology.
I'm a Chistian and love books of all kinds--mysteries, detectives, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, and especially books that demonstrate God working in our lives for our good, and it looked like this woud be that kind of story. The problem is that when the writer bases everything on ideas that contradict what is in the Bible it throws the whole story off. The premise of this story isn't too bad; an angel becomes visible to a man and says she is there to help him deal with the loss of his beloved wife. Does anyone see the basic error here? What does the Bible say about angels? Jesus said in Matthew 22:29 when talking about angels that they do not marry, and this is usually interpreted as angels are not sexual beings. Angels are "messengers" of God and are always depicted in the Bible as men.

The writer also says they are "irrisistable to men"; that isn't in the Bible either. Gabby is just too sexy and gorgeous to be believable as God's messenger. Angels in the Bible are afraid of sin creeping into their spirit like it did when Satan fell and took 1/3rd of the angels in heaven with him into exile. They always tell people not to bow down and try to worship them. They shun praise, pride, self-magnification, etc. All that belongs only to God. They would not dress in a sexually provocative manner since the purpose of that is to attract the opposite sex.

Also, the reason given for Bo to be able to see and hear the angel is because he has such a pure spirit. When we are saved we all have the purity of the Holy Spirit in us but we don't communicate with angels on a daily basis and have all our problems eliminated if we are pure enough. Bad theology is like telling lies--it only confuses and misleads people who don't know where to find the truth in the Bible.
1.0 out of 5 stars I did not like this book. 17 April 2017
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My first clue was Gabby saying that humans desire angels who come to earth. What?!
It got worse. Gabby kicked butt, cursed like a sailor (but not as well), and caused a semi to crash and burn to save the mans soul.
How is murdering someone going to save their soul?
I read less than two chapters.
Don't read it. It is a disappointment.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Faith is everything 18 March 2014
By Lauren Alumbaugh - Published on Amazon.com
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This is not my typical read. Bo has lost his wife, Sally, but through his faith and pure soul gets a touch of heaven. Gabby, an angel, shows Bo how amazing life can be through the love of God. I wish Bo had been a little more grateful for the blessings he was given. But he is human and we tend to miss out on some blessings. I know why we were given the finale, but almost wished it wasn't so. Life's not always perfect. Overall the message was very positive in the book. Yes it's about faith and God so don't read it if that offends you. But your missing out!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gabby, Angel of God 1 April 2014
By JDB - Published on Amazon.com
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Gabby, Angel of God, Guardian and Messenger: Keeper of Love by Greg Sandora is the story of a widowed man named Bo who's trying to figure out how best to live his life. He's an affable guy who wants to do the right thing but he's not exactly sure what that is. He knows he loves his children and he wants to honor the memory of his beloved wife, but he also likes women and has a good-sized ego that leads him into trouble on occasion. Enter Gabby -- a beautiful, powerful Angel of God come down to wreak vengeance on some particularly unsavory characters and to teach Bo a few lessons about life and love and Heaven and Hell.

Gabby, Angel of God is a spiritual book and Mr. Sandora uses his appealing characters to teach about Jesus Christ and the value of being a Christian. Gabby is unsparingly determined in her mission to right wrongs whether that means annihilating an evil demon that walks the earth, and or making Bo aware of his personality flaws. When Bo expresses too much excited pride in a newfound ability to heal someone, Gabby calls him out that "It sounds like ego talking." When Bo treats a woman who likes him with a slightly callous attitude, Gabby chides him and make him see why he needs to make amends. Gabby, Angel of God is an engaging story that can be enjoyed regardless of your religion.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 21 March 2017
By Donna Ward - Published on Amazon.com
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Not what I expected but I really enjoyed reading this book