Logic tells us that if there are Bright Angels, there must also be Black Angels. Prior to meeting Zetta, Nathan believed in neither. Before ... + Show synopsis Logic tells us that if there are Bright Angels, there must also be Black Angels. Prior to meeting Zetta, Nathan believed in neither. Before encountering Zetta, Nathan felt that religion was something one did, rather than something one lived. Nathan's religious views changed radically when he and Zetta traveled to Mount Zion Plantation, deep in the black water swamps of southern Louisiana. Mount Zion Plantation was the ancestral home of three of the most beautiful Black Angels that the Dark Side ever created. The Greek Revival home at Mount Zion rivaled the most exquisite plantation homes of the Old South. Zetta, who was also stunningly beautiful, represented the Bright Side. Titanic forces were afoot, deep in the ancient quagmire where evil ruled and sane men feared to tread. Ray Johnson again takes his readers on a perilous journey to the Dark Side. Beautiful angels, each serving different Gods, do battle for Nathan's immortal soul. As with his previous novels, Bright Angels-Black Angels, holds the reader spellbound until the final page, gripping their attention like a riled swamp gator that refuses to let go.