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Michel–Fallen Angel of Paris

Preparing to evacuate from an approaching hurricane, Haakon Chitragar stumbles upon the diary of his first love, Michel, who died from AIDS in his arms on a park bench in Paris in November of 1986.

Diary in hands, Haakon embarks on a journey back in time, to learn about Michel’s life, his difficult and painful path to accepting his true self, despite pressure from family, church, and society.

Michel–Fallen Angel of Paris

The story of one young man, one of countless victims of a pandemic still claiming lives every day.

It’s also a tale about the most unlikely of friendships, connections across time and space, acceptance, redemption, and learning to love and to be loved for who you are.

Michel–Fallen Angel of Paris is based on the beloved character from the 2014 novel The Fallen Angels of Karnataka.

Coming on April 30, 2022, as a paperback, ebook, and audiobook.

Michel: Fallen Angel of Paris is a masterpiece. Brilliantly written, it tells a riveting, heartfelt story that shows that in spite of all the crises (present and pre-existing) there is still reason for hope. Michel is an awe-inspiring and memorable read, impossible to put down.

Alina Oswald

Arts Editor, A&U, America's AIDS Magazine

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