Indie author Tina Webb graduated from college with a degree in English. Married with six children, she spends her time writing, teaching, and being a sports mom.
Abba's Lamentby Tina Webb
Daystar, chief of angels, leads Earth's occupation. When he hears that Abba plans to create yet another planet, his ambition becomes selfish. Michael, governor of the province of Luz, also wants to lead the new planet and travels to Heaven to get permission. Abba consents. Feeling blindsided, Daystar turns against everyone he loves except beautiful Atara, whose fierce loyalty emboldens him to form a rogue army of rebel angels. Not even Abba, the Creator, conceives that Daystar could become so enchanted and deceived. Daystar appoints Atara to be his queen and together they seek to overtake Earth. As Luz burns from a surprise rebel attack, Michael and the other governors scour the earth to help angels who stand against the rebels. In Heaven, Abba issues an order that seals Daystar and Atara's fate. All around the globe, the rebels wreak havoc upon all that the angels had built. Michael's heart is broken. He knows his former friend is now eternally his enemy.
Once a planet of promise, Earth convulses in its orbit as it turns into a burning wasteland.
But Earth still has a future. Abba has a plan.
This is Earth before Adam.
This is the story of how evil became.
"a wondrous world...I've not read anything like it before." (Heather S.)
"skillfull execution of pacing and storytelling" (Author Precarious Yates)
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Prepare to have your mind blown. If you are familiar with the Bible's story of the fall, prepare to see scripture pieced together like never before. Webb brings the reader on a journey to the beginning of time where the story of Jesus and Lucifer unfolds. With rich sceneries, powerful moments, and heart-wrenching dialouge, Webb's writing is clear and concise but knocks you off your feet. Her ability to succinctly describe the most epic moment in history with such grace is key in one of my favorite quotes: "Silently, a longing filled his being. Deep within the belly of his being, the first dissonant chord whispered." I just finished, but I am already eager to read it again!