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My name is Lucifer.... I told you my story in The Road to Hell. It was only the beginning.
Now the war in Heaven is over; the damned souls have fallen. All is as it should be. But Heaven is a fractured, broken husk. The Host is silent. The angels do not sing. The Father does not speak. All of it is frozen. Dying. Except for Michael. Michael the Archangel is busy hunting. Everyone.
And I’m in Hell. This horrible place is a living cauldron of agony that engulfs the damned and burns them for eternity. And in the midst of all this chaos is me. But don’t despair: This is just a means to an end. A means to The End. The Father made a mistake, and I’m going to make him end it. Because I know what scares the Father. And when you know what someone fears, there’s no limit to what you can make them do.
My name is Lucifer, and I will be the last.
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- Cynthia @ ahippiesbookshelf
Thought provoking epic fantasy in theatre!
HEAVEN FALLS may appear to be a familiar story of heaven's angels. Christiopher C. Starr writes beyound what most could fathom. A listener may pick up this Audible for a religious story and find so much more in a magnificant epic-fantasy.
In book two, COME HELL OR HIGH WATER, some focus is on Lucifer reckoning with the loss of Sela, Lilith, his daughters Laylah and Dinial. His pain, even twisted, could be what orchestrates the chaos and even more loss. By the end, that kind of justice is what reaches all of earth.
It’s a war and like most wars, it feels as if the reason is obscured. It’s not really a fight for good or evil, not for light or darkness, not to rein or gain anything tangible. It really just seems to be ‘a thought’ the angels continue to fight over.
Come Hell or High Water feels more poetic, a dance with death and peace. Amidst the fighting, there are tender moments, love, disappointments, despair and bliss.
The subject is deep, dark and thought provoking. Come Hell or High Water is artfully written and presented brillantly to the listener by Kay Eluvian.
One narrator artfully defines the war in heaven, breathing life into each character, including Lucifer himself!
Listening is like listening to theatre. It made me feel as if I had time traveled to when people relied on listening. A time with no tv, no computer, phones or tablets, only the radio. Audibles are meant to do this I suppose, but not all do it like this!
The movie was in my mind as I heard the characters assemble their story. Each character had their own voice. There were accents, feminine tones and masculine tones. The sound of the voice telling the story was enthralling, relaxing and easily expressed the range of emotion in each character. The anger was easily heard and when there was empathy too.
I heard the sorrow in Lucifer’s voice that made him seem vulnerable, or even human. I heard the horror of it all. I felt the wrath and desperation. When jealousy splintered the heavens and the angels warred one another, the havoc was heard LOUD and clear.
Each character was defined exceptionally and it was always certain to me which one was speaking.
There were no unwanted or undesirable background sounds or lengthy silences. Everything moved and flowed exactly as the listener would expect without any interruptions.
I highly recommend this audible version to those that enjoy fantasy, historical, thrilling, horror and religious reads. Mature listening.