Lorina Stephens' “And the Angels Sang” holds more surprises than it does punches. Don't expect this author's examination of the human condition to melt your heart, or take its place among the now increasingly cliché gritty take on the common human experience. Through her series of stand alone stories, the author examines not only the basics of how we define ourselves, but also interesting takes on the results if one changes the measuring stick. Be prepared to see your own being through many new sets of eyes as her characters tear down even the most basic characteristics of what it means to love, heal, play the hero, or succumb to villainy.
Sara Messina, reviewer