That's it, I've had eugh. An easily uttered phrase, we've all said it. How do you break free when demons are all around, and a Fallen Angel haunts your dreams? The Fallen Files documents a young Fire Fighter, Joshua Edward Waters throughout his troubled life...and his interaction with a Fallen Angel bent on telling everyone all the truths an enterity has brought him. This Fallen One teaches about Spirtual Warfare tactics, and is determined to help Joshua defeat the ever growing evil this world is subjected to. Josh has battled demons emerging from flames, and conquered each foe with style and Grace. The Fallen Angel becomes kwn as The Voice because of his reluctence to be seen, but certainly cherishes being heard...and shockingly is searching for eternal redemption. Joshua brings his adopted brother Caleb into the fray, and both become stronger by the day. Things are changing daily as they are forced to take to the road, as directed by The Voice. A dog and cat go along for the ride in the back of Josh's 1965 El Cami, and the Fallen One is never far away. They are all trapped somewhere between Heaven and Hell, but where will they wind up? The Fallen Files described in seven seconds: Our fire-fighter Joshua only wants to sleep. Scorched and exhausted, why should this night be different from any other? Morning's sunlight welcomes him to a brave new world of hidden wonders, demonic dangers, insane friends and a frenzied life bent sideways like an old car's antenna. All of this because Joshua's name is marked for deletion- but a Fallen Angel decides to turn him into a useful tool instead of wasted dust. This Christian Sci-Fi adventure will drive you right through all the tollbooths- lights flashing and sirens blaring- straight down this highway separating heaven and hell. The Fallen Files is a deeply layered spiritual metaphor wrapped in a supernatural conundrum: It doesn't matter that you don't believe in anything because everything believes in you.
Gary S. Pritchett lives in Southern New Jersey, US, with his wife Cindy and three adorable little dogs. He is a former U.S. Navy Intelligence Specialist, an artist, photographer and general all around handyman. I have always questioned everything, with no real regard for my personal mental safety...the road almost never traveled usually leads to the most original destination, and if you are driving a Jeep with a canoe strapped to the top then nothing can stand in the way of some serious fun and adventure...that is how I live and write, with no fear; and a lot of faith. Contact Gary S. Pritchett on Facebook, and on Twitter @FallenFiles.