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The Afterlife of Abdul - Azrael Series #1 - cover

The Afterlife of Abdul - Azrael Series #1

Ayse Hafiza

Publisher: Ayse Hafiza

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The End. Azrael the Angel of Death grabbed Abduls soul from his smashed up body as it lay on the cold wet asphalt road. Parted from his motorbike Abdul didn’t die alone. He killed Jenny, an innocent six year old girl who was asleep in the backseat of her mothers car. Seconds before the crash they were strangers, destined to meet as they transitioned from our world. 
How will you die? What will Azrael say to you? 
Read the afterlife of Abdul (first story) in the Azrael Series.

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