Chris Halt wrote the Angriest Angel as a book to bring awareness to ADHD. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is another way to say ADHD.
Christopher Halt authored The Angriest Angel. The Angriest Angel is a story about Chase Madison, a 31 year old man who has been unable to stay
out of trouble his entire life. His journey begins when he is arrested for illegally selling his ADHD medication. While jail is nothing new to him, the
ravings Pete McClouth thrust Chase into a conspiracy far beyond the mundane. The man claims that an organized group of beautiful people he refers
to as "angels" have controlled the minds of the police. Avery and Nathan were there and Lafaye. The Caelans from Caelus use psy to control Chase
and the Angriest Angel continues on as book one of three in a trilogy.
"I did my internship at Harvard and completed the psychiatry residency program at the University of Chicago, two schools which emphasize understanding human behavior and psychosocial aspects of psychiatric disorders. This is an important aspect as it pertains to Chris, because the more he explained his ideas [of The Angriest Angel] to me, the more I saw that he was on to something....Although this story is a fiction, there are enough facts to do a great service to those suffering from ADHD, and it may just open the eyes of those who do not. The story is deep with feeling, the characters are colorful and insightful, and the ride is pure enjoyment."read more
Landcaster swallowed hard and tossed another pebble into the river from the bench where he sat, trying to calm himself. He had thought that shining a light on the monster would dispel it, that its illumination would lead to understanding. But instead, the reality of this nightmare only became clearer.read more