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In the in between are the Nameless; names are for masters and they have none. They live in the Nameless realm; between being saved and being destroyed. They are Fallen.

One Nameless spends his time watching humans in New York City and, in his endless eternity of boredom, becomes intrigued by a drunk named Aurick Pantera. One day Aurick, a reckless gambler, is about to be killed by a gang over his debts. Nameless feels sorry for him, and possesses his body to save his life. He then decides that he rather likes being in a human body; the chance to taste, smells, and touch. He uses Aurick’s body to fulfill all of his wildest dreams – become a rock star, have a successful psychiatric practice, and pursue star journalist Helena Way.

Until, three years after possessing Aurick, the other Fallen take notice of these random achievements and begin appearing to Aurick. They are tired of waiting in Nameless and are ready to start a war—their only chance to cease this painful eternity of waiting and either be saved or be released. Aurick is stuck in the middle. Join the ranks and finally be released to Null for atrocities against mankind, or can his love for Helena, his budding friendships, and his growing concern for all humans grant him salvation?

Publishers Weekly Review

28 November 2011 – Debut author Chais buries an interesting premise under flat prose and unappealing characterization. The eponymously anonymous protagonist, a fallen angel, possesses the body of Aurick Pantera, a cancer-ridden ne’er-do-well, and in three years turns him into a practicing psychiatrist with a sideline as an anonymous world-famous rock star. Things get complicated, however, when Nameless-in-Aurick falls for one of Aurick’s patients, daring and gorgeous investigative reporter Helena Way. Relations between Nameless and humans are problematic, however, and when the angel is swept up into a plot to unravel the source of God’s power, Helena is put in harm’s way. Rather than gradually build up the potentially interesting cosmology, Chais prefers to spring terms on the reader and then follow up with piles of exposition. Written when the author was 16, the book shows evidence of a potentially impressive imagination, but no polish or depth.
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  • Category: Fiction & Literature
  • Published: 10 January 2012
  • Publisher: Gallery Books/Karen Hunter Publishing
  • Print Length: 352 Pages
  • Language: English
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