I thought the prologue was brilliant.
Bill Myers, author, filmmaker, comedian extraordinaire
Not since The Screwtape Letters has a work of fiction captured my intelligence and challenged my view of the spiritual world like Image of the Invisible does. What C. S. Lewis did for the demonic realm, Cartisano does for the angelic realm.
Denise Loock -- www.digdeeperdevotions.com
Image does for Genesis what Wicked did for the Wizard of Oz. Reads like a cross between Terry Pratchett and C. S. Lewis.
Peter J. DaDalt, Ph.D.
God “made known his ways to Moses.” This book gives great insight into the deep things of God—it makes me think God made his ways known to Connie Cartisano. Definitely some “great and unsearchable things you do not know.”
RFC, New Jersey
Image takes you to a world that is strangely familiar and utterly true,
a place I want to go back to.
LHC, New Jersey
A tale that is both timeless and fresh…Excellent. MJG, Kentucky
An entirely new look at the traditional story. EJG, Connecticut
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His intent was that now, through the church, the manifold wisdom of God should be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly realms, according to his eternal purpose which he accomplished in Jesus Christ our Lord.
-- Ephesians 3.10-11
Connie J. Cartisano
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