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“Right from the first sentence, Web of Angels is astonishing, shocking, loving. Lilian Nattel leads us in an exploration of how our communities cope with deep heartache, the loss of our young, and how we, as individuals, cope with trauma and the communities we carry within ourselves. Step into this novel and you will find yourself submerged; wake from it, and you will find yourself transformed. Web of Angels is a rare gift, perfectly named; within this novel, Lilian Nattel has offered us the work, the weave, of angels.”
––Gail Anderson-Dargatz, author of The Cure for Death by Lightning, A Recipe for Bees and Turtle Valley
“Groundbreaking, demanding, brave and beautiful. Web of Angels is a fiction about unspeakable evil rendered so (shockingly) true, the effect is devastating. The miracle is that, in Nattel’s hands, this book becomes a testimony to the fierce kindness in the human spirit, which battles evil and wins. Ultimately the book offers hope for what seems impossible: healing.”
—Sheree Fitch, author of In This House Are Many Women and Kiss the Joy As It Flies
LILIAN NATTEL was born in Montreal and now lives in Toronto with her husband and 2 daughters. She is the author of The River Midnight and The Singing Fire.See all Product Description
Could have been better but I did finish it. Lately when I don't like a book, I give myself permission not to finish it.Published on June 9 2013 by Burchy
I picked up this book because I was interested in the subject of DID and other mental illnesses. I had a hard time keeping up with the personnalities or alter-egos but once you... Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2012 by S. Gatien
As a trauma therapist with over 30 years' experience in helping people heal from traumatic childhoods, I value Nattel's respectful and sensitive portrayal of Sharon's in her... Read morePublished on May 7 2012 by Mqry Armstrong
I had a little trouble at the beginning of this book, but once I got through that, I loved it! I especially liked the ending, as it was a little surprise waiting to be uncovered. Read morePublished on March 18 2012 by danis57
What a wonder this book is, and what a treasure. Rarely has a published work touched me so deeply. Lilian's vivid portrayal of a young wife, mother and community activist living... Read morePublished on March 18 2012 by Kerrdelune