The First Book in The Epic of Lucifer
"Incredible. Although there are many devout Christians who try their best to see everything from God's point of view, very few people in general think to look at the events of the Bible through the Devil's eyes. This book does an excellent job of portraying the questionable morality of Heaven as viewed through Lucifer's eyes. Reading it, I felt the distinct impression that we, humanity, were but merely pawns in a game of power that goes deeper and farther than we could comprehend. It's an eye-opening tale and this is only the beginning. Highly recommend."
-C. B. Millander, author of Wing of Perdition
About the Book
The story of Lucifer's fall from heaven is well known. His wicked nature is legendary, surviving for many years, yet as all conflicts go there are two sides. These opposing sides each with their own reasons and justifications. Knowing only part of the story is worthless. The Keys of Death and Hades is the first book in the Epic of Lucifer. It is the story as it happened through the Wyrm's eyes.
What could be so precious that Lucifer would dare defy the will of God, supreme creator of all, fail and try again?
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The Worst Misery
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Hell is ugly. This is just a fact. It is a horrid place of uncensored hardships we would rather not acknowledge out of disgust. However, Malloreigh Dawntay is unable to be so blessed. He must live, endure, and attempt to overcome the true nature of suffering within the Infernal Pit. When standing against Lucifer, one has no allies, nor hope. Malloreigh believes that if he looks deep enough and fights hard enough then perhaps he stands a chance. Or that could be madness playing tricks on him once more. Either way, mad or hopeful, how can one mortal man expect to embrace genuine misery and remain intact?