Angels and Demons: Perspectives of a Violent Afterlife [NOOK Book]

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Heaven and hell are vying for human souls in vortices between humanity and the afterlife. When Lucifer and his demons overwhelm Archangel Michael and Gabriel, heaven is faced with the possibility of losing all souls on the planet.Reincarnated in heaven, Michael must fight his way back to Earth to stop the devil before he tricks humanity into harvesting billions of souls into his fiery kingdom.
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Angels and Demons: Perspectives of a Violent Afterlife

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Overview

Heaven and hell are vying for human souls in vortices between humanity and the afterlife. When Lucifer and his demons overwhelm Archangel Michael and Gabriel, heaven is faced with the possibility of losing all souls on the planet.Reincarnated in heaven, Michael must fight his way back to Earth to stop the devil before he tricks humanity into harvesting billions of souls into his fiery kingdom.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011503078
  • Publisher: Rex Jameson
  • Publication date: 9/3/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 529,779
  • File size: 174 KB

Meet the Author

Rex Jameson is the author of the Primal Patterns series of novels and the Perspectives series of novelettes. He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife Jenny and a cadre of psychotic calicos who sometimes ambush him in his sleep. He recently earned his PhD in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University and is thoroughly nerdy. Rex is also an avid movie buff who likes to torture his wife with practical jokes and inappropriate public displays of affection.You can delve deeper into his demented mind at rex-jameson.com and find out where he buried the bodies on Twitter at twitter.com/rexjameson_fic.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2013

    Ok for a short read.

    SpiritRane: I am really not sure how I feel about this book. It is an ok quick read but it just left an empty after taste for me for some reason. It is a good concept but it needed some more back bone I guess. It is a lot of violent bloodshed from the Devil, I get he want to cause chaos, but there is no rhyme or reason to any of the story lines other than murder. Like I said it is an ok book but not my cup of tea,, you may like it better than me. Have a blessed day. :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2011

    Heys i love it

    Hey everyone i would reccomend this book.

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  • Posted June 26, 2012

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    A Lilac Wolf and Stuff Review

    God had so much faith in humanity that he bet our souls on it. Those whose deaths are caused by other humans are sent to Lucifer. God gets the rest. Sucker! Lucifer comes to Earth to stir up trouble in order to collect more souls for a project he has in the making. Even he has to admit its just too easy to pit man against man.

    "It was supposed to be about how we, as human beings, are ultra-violent and how we may be focusing on the wrong parts of religious texts and making things much worse (from an afterlife perspective, in this one)."--Rex Jameson

    I thought this story was fascinating. The main idea is that any death caused by man works against God. It's kind of common sense in a big idea kind of way. As a story, it flows quickly and easily, and will grip you. It's short, but very rich.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2011

    short, fun, FREE, read

    It's an interesting perspective and well written. I don't get the scathing, downright hateful 1 star review on a free work someone offered up as a fun quick read.

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