Review of: The Angel of Woodward Avenue 

reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 09/14/2011
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That was such a beautifully paced story with a great concept that I could see the movie unfolding in front of my eyes. I can't fault the piece and the ending has a nice twist - however if it is turned into a movie, I think there will have to be a more feel good ending.

Even although this was a short story the relationship between the cop and the angel developed in a believable way. Maybe the angel doesn't have to sound so much like an alien in his speech pattern - but that was only a tiny quibble.

A really enjoyable piece - terrific.

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