Angel Unaware, Part 3: Paper Boy

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The March issue of Christian Fiction Online Magazine has released, which means you can now read the new installment in this year’s Threshold-based serial! Are you ready to meet the paper boy?

He was the new kid, and he needed a friend.

_Angel Unaware

Story Summary: Marcus had never been a typical cherub. Raised on earth instead of in enclaves, he blended right in with humanity. The perfect Graft. But what Marcus wanted more than anything else was to become a warrior. So he asked God for a mentor. Marcus gets his armor fittings and swordsmanship lessons. But he also ends up with a couple of well-meaning foster parents, three nosy siblings, a lonesome landlord, and a new best friend.

Angel Unaware, © Copyright 2015 Christa Kinde, all rights reserved.
Part Three: “Paper Boy”
Christian Fiction Online Magazine, March 2015 | Read it now >>

After you’ve read there, I hope you’ll come back here with any comments and questions. : )

16 thoughts on “Angel Unaware, Part 3: Paper Boy

  1. Arian says:

    LOL, the lamp is apparently ‘florescent’. Which means ‘flowering’. :D It’s an interesting image, at least! (Should be ‘fluorescent’.)

    And Marcus apparently has a men
    tor. Surely a Christian magazine isn’t allowed to torture its readers like that! :P


    • Sky Perran says:

      I bet that if I copy them from your comment and then paste them into mine…..✿ ❀ ★ ♫ Hey look! I think it worked! :-) ~Sky


  2. Glad to hear your feeling better Miss Christa! Oh, Paper Boy is amazing!! I have a question though. If I remember correctly somewhere in book 3 or 4 Randsom mentions he’s been friends with Marcus for almost 3 years. Prissie is the “same age” as Marcus give or take, so that would mean that Randsom met Marcus when Marcus was 11. How come he’s 13 in Angel Unaware? Maybe it’s just me. :P


    • In the main Threshold Series, Ransom and Marcus are fifteen. By the end of The Garden Gate, they would have gone through three full school years together. Their “anniversary” of meeting falls during summertime, so it’s actually as Ransom says, “almost three years.”


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