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Walter Dean Myers
Fallen Angels is written in the past tense.
The title Fallen Angels refers to the young men who died fighting in the Vietnam War. It refers to the prayer that Richie's platoon recites after a soldier dies, which uses the term "angel warriors" to indicate the very young age of the soldiers.
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