Angel Zabar has a job to do, and nothing or no one will keep him from doing it. He comes prepared to provide comfort and compassion to those who deserve it, and suffering, yes, even death when called for. He has been referred to by some as a Celestial Batman. The very last tag I would have attached to this work was A Good Luck Charm. Nevertheless, that's has been the claim of more people than I feel comfortable saying. This book was never intended as a good luck charm, at least not by me, the author; but I cannot explain away the letters from people who have written me saying they feel Zabar, and he goes with them whenever they travel. Two of my books, Conversations With God, and this one, An Angel Named Zabar have been a real problem for me being a non-believer. It's like I'm on a raft in a raging river of criticism. It comes at me like a flash flood from both Christians and Atheists. In the beginning, I welcomed invitations to meet with the media, speak in churches, and do book signings. Not anymore. One question stopped me cold. "You being a non-believer, why do religious and/or spiritual books?" Not knowing why, I said somewhat belligerently, "For the same reason you're doing what you're doing, money." It didn't work; so now I don't go on the road promoting these two books.