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rank 5919
word count 52290
date submitted 07.01.2012
date updated 29.05.2013
genres: Fiction, Thriller, Romance
classification: universal
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God at Heaven, Send Me an Angel (Book One)

Daniel Escurel Occeno

An Asian council wanted Enri Gabrielo president of the United States on 2016, but he had to be senator first; only death could stop it.

 

[Three books with a genre of political action thriller and with the backdrop of a political power struggle in electing an American president] The first of a possible trilogy, “God in Heaven, Send Me an Angel (Book One)”, is about a single native-born Filipino multi-millionaire being manipulated to run for senator of the State of Missouri. Wealthy and powerful Asian families wanted the first Asian-American president in the United States of America, but the chosen candidate had too many dots to connect and enemies wanted to terminate his chances. Enri had to win senator on 2012 and because born in the Philippine Island the constitution had to be ratified to allow naturalized American citizens could legally run for president on 2016. Could the powerful Asian families, first, manipulate Enri to run for senate on a federal level? The enemies of the Asian council were willing to send Enri to heaven. “God in Heaven, Send Me a Redeemer” (Book Two) and “JANO Project 2016” (Book Three). By 2016, the United States of America would need the investments of the wealthiest Asian families for the American lifestyle to continue economic supremacy - winner of JANO 2012 50K words in 31 days challenge.

 
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BeeJoy wrote 322 days ago

This shows lots of Promise! Maybe clean a little bit of words up and add more descriptive dialog? But overall....great fantastic read!

Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 634 days ago

Daniel,
What an amazing one-of-a-kind book. It is ``How the World Turns`` from a Philippine-based perspective with politics and martial arts mixed in. I liked how Maricar handily repelled three enforcers of a Chinese gang element, her mastery of arnis in clear evidence. The blossoming romance between herself and Enri touted to be the next U.S. president, was icing to the cake. The little plot twists handled with delicadeza so as not to upset the general flow of your narrative and dialogue, were brilliant. Thank you so much for the entertaining read.

Kenneth Edward Lim
The North Korean

writingbear wrote 815 days ago

Daniel,

I checked out your book and I found it intriguing. So I backed it! Good luck and happy writing. Please check out my novel, DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS, for your possible backing. Thank you!

Dwain-Thomas

Daniel Escurel Occeno wrote 821 days ago

I read the first part of this and it shows a lot of promise, you have an interesting storyline and good characters and realist dialogue too. Maybe you could use more description in telling the story , but this is just my opinion.

Good Luck,

Roy Earle, "Bad Men and Bad Odds."



Roy Earle, thank you for reading my novel “God in Heaven, Send Me an Angel”, I can relate to your opinion. It has been something that I have deliberated over since the very first day I decided to be a full-time writer of novels. I decided to try telling the story with dialogues instead of a narrative approach while explaining things as it happened so I am cutting back somewhat on my description of the lead-in with the scenes or upcoming events in the novel progression. In the past I was given a comment from an editor that I described too much and do not leave things for the imagination of the reader or for the reader to try to figure out things, which I am trying to get across in my story, so I am trying to find a balance or a harmony as I write. I have a tendency also to already know and I do not get it across to a reader, who is unfamiliar or new to my story, Daniel.

RoyEarle93 wrote 830 days ago

I read the first part of this and it shows a lot of promise, you have an interesting storyline and good characters and realist dialogue too. Maybe you could use more description in telling the story , but this is just my opinion.

Good Luck,

Roy Earle, "Bad Men and Bad Odds."

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