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The Deliverer: Book Two of the Reluctant Demon Diaries

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Ancient language expert Samantha Yale returns to translate a new batch of scrolls written by the fallen angel from Lucifer’s Flood.
 
Samantha Yale has taken on a daunting translation project. A set of scrolls, delivered by a man she knows nothing about, tells a fascinating and frightening tale of what went on behind the scenes of biblical history. What is even more ...

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Overview

Ancient language expert Samantha Yale returns to translate a new batch of scrolls written by the fallen angel from Lucifer’s Flood.
 
Samantha Yale has taken on a daunting translation project. A set of scrolls, delivered by a man she knows nothing about, tells a fascinating and frightening tale of what went on behind the scenes of biblical history. What is even more incredible is who is telling the tale, a fallen angel who immediately regretted his decision to side with Lucifer.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599794761
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 4/17/2009
  • Series: The Reluctant Demon Diaries , #2
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 400,289
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Linda Rios Brook is the author of numerous books including the popular novel Lucifer’s Flood. The president of the Rios Brook Foundation, she is a sought after speaker and teacher on matters relevant to cultural restoration. She is an ordained minister, serves on the WLI faculty and has served as a guest lecturer at the University of Minnesota.

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  • Posted July 29, 2012

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    The Deliverer offers a fresh take on Moses and what happened after he led the Hebrews out of Egypt and into the desert. The book also tells what happens after Moses dies and Joshua steps in as his successor. The book is an interesting take because the stories from the Bible are told from the perspective of a fallen angel who desperately wants to return to Heaven to be with God again. The fallen angel still has yet to reveal his name and finds himself drawing closer to Moses and Joshua, caring for them and what they go through.

    There are times when the plot falters because of the way the dialogue is written. The author ventures far too modern in the language making it come off unrealistic and harsh. The modern day dialogue didn’t fit with the rest of the novel being told in a more antiquity tone. I still find the fallen angel pretty humorous and feel for his plight.

    I enjoy the Reluctant Demon Diaries. It’s fun and pretty easy read. The books follow the Bible stories closely and The Deliverer shows how close God is to His children and how much He loves them by always finding a reason and a way to give them another chance.

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  • Posted October 12, 2011

    Great Series

    All of these books in this series were wonderful and entertaining. I found myself laughing out loud several times. She needs to keep this character and series going. highly recommend all four books in this series. You won't want to put them down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2010

    Love it

    Very much enjoyed it. Makes you think outisde the box. Is there another one coming? Hope so!

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  • Posted August 5, 2009

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    Loved This Book!!

    I loved this book.Just like Lucifer's Flood it had my full attention. I hope there will be many more to come!

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  • Posted June 10, 2009

    Fallen angel's take on story of Moses gives fresh perspective

    The Deliverer by Linda Rios Brook is the second book in the Reluctant Demon series following Lucifer Flood. A researcher is given a strange set of cuneiform scrolls that hold a fascinating story that may give insight into the past. Where did they come from and who wants them to be found? Brook offers a fresh take on the oft-told story of Moses as through the eyes of a fallen angel who has been assigned by Satan the job of watching the Hebrews in their slavery. The story follows the books of Exodus through Joshua and are very intriguing. At first I had a hard time really getting into the spirit of the book. It's not like standard biblical fiction, the "writer" is a demon, with an agenda and a bias, so the story doesn't always skew the way the reader would expect. Sometimes it comes off a bit flippant, and I had a hard time with some of the anachronistic language. Who knew that there were cuneiform for "See ya, wouldn't want to be ya" and "metrosexual "? But with more reading, the book won me over with its sense of humor and original point of view. The story sticks to Scripture closely while allowing the reader to see what spiritual warfare looks like. This is a book I would highly recommend to high school students who want an unprecedented look at an age old story told in their own language.

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