The Alleluia Files

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The Alleluia Files
Sharon Shinn - The Alleluia Files.jpeg
Author Sharon Shinn
Country United States
Language English
Series Samaria series
Genre Fantasy novel Science Fiction novel
Publisher Ace Books
Publication date
1 May 1999
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 448 pp
ISBN 978-0-441-00620-5
OCLC 41133590
Preceded by Jovah's Angel
Followed by Angelica

The Alleluia Files is a science fiction/fantasy novel by Sharon Shinn, published in 1999. It is the third book in the Samaria series.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

Generations ago, religious people built a colony spaceship called 'Jehovah'. A planet called Samaria was established. The colony ship, orbiting above, was able to provide supplies and services. These were accessed by genetically modified 'angels', who were the only ones capable of performing the right vocal tones.

Over the generations, the concept of the ship was forgotten and it was believed Jehovah was an actual deity. Now factions of 'angels' fight against rebel forces called 'Jacobites'. The angels want to keep their power and the Jacobites wish to know the truth.

Samaria Series[edit]

  • Archangel (Ace Books, 1997)
  • Jovah's Angel (Ace Books, 1998)
  • The Alleluia Files (Ace Books, 1999)
  • Angelica (Ace Books, 2003) Although this is the fourth novel in the Samaria series, it is set before the first book Archangel.
  • Angel-Seeker (Ace Books, 2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bolhafner, J. Stephen, 1998-06-12, Shinn's Latest Book Is Strongest Of Trilogy On A World Of Angels, St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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