In the end, you will be equipped with answers to the toughest questions about the origin of Satan, the source of evil in the world, and the sovereignty of God in allowing them to exist. David W. Lucifer said "I will ascend into heaven Free delivery worldwide.
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Categories: Christian Theology. Description Lucifer said "I will ascend into heaven Was Satan really once a beautiful heavenly angel named Lucifer?
Did God cast Lucifer out of heaven because he was filled with pride? I judge books by their cover all the time.
The cover just looked great, and well I happened to be sitting in a presentation by the author, of whom I had never heard. I did not expect his book to be as good as it was.
Brown crafts a solid political fantasy with a good antagonist triangle. There are good guys, bad guys, bad guys, good bad guys and bad good guys. The beast that is roaming the countryside is wonderfully conflicted, he is the servant of the dark god, but also a confluence of the souls of goodly folk.
At times he rails against the evil that he serves and at others he follows it with doglike loyalty. The idea of the monster becoming in part the people which he destroys gives the story its uniqueness.
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Brown does political twists very well in the book. The idea that crystalizes about the Divines and that which they serve is stunning. I enjoyed many of the characters. Talen is supposed to be the protagonist, but it was fairly clear to me that Argoth was driving the book from the beginning. Hunger is a close second, the monster that is not even alive is the most dynamic character in the story as he shifts and changes with each new soul.
I really enjoyed the status of the world. An abandoned people in flux, clinging to the last hope for survival, cut off from those who are supposed to protect them.
It is clear from early on that this is a land on a precipice.