Lucifer's Return

Lucifer's Return

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by James Bailey
     
 

God has left our world, Lucifer has returned to take control. After centuries away Lucifer returns to a world that has changed dramatically from the one he knew. Lucifer struggles to understand modern society and is appalled at the atrocities mankind has managed to inflict upon itself since his feud with God.

Overview

God has left our world, Lucifer has returned to take control. After centuries away Lucifer returns to a world that has changed dramatically from the one he knew. Lucifer struggles to understand modern society and is appalled at the atrocities mankind has managed to inflict upon itself since his feud with God.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011263859
Publisher:
James Bailey
Publication date:
04/08/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,020,133
File size:
143 KB

Meet the Author

Well for those that are interested I am an Australian who writes mainly out of self interest and as a hobby. I have a BA in History and Politics and am interested in a broad range of literature.

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Lucifer's Return 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I read this very short book, I felt as though I were being preached at through my Nook. It was not a pleasant experience. The concept was good, but the execution was not. There were distracting grammatical errors. And an implausible story. I had high hopes, but they were quickly dashed. The message is that people are already headed down a evil and violent path. And, if we do not get it together, then God will abandon us for some other pet project that has not gone awry yet. Also, Lucifer is not a bad guy and could lead us onto the righteous path. Or, at least, thst is what I got out of the 64 Nook pages that made up this long short story. I did not appreciate the message or the way it was related to the reader, but maybe someone else will. I am going to archive it. I recommend not spending money on this short story. It is redundant and not well written. I do not like being preached at by fanatics through allegory disguised as horror fiction.