Revenge

Revenge

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by Gabrielle Faust, Solomon Schneider
     
 

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When Marcus Glenfield committed suicide, he took his place among the Legions of Hell as the Demon of Regret. When he learns that the Prince of Wickedness, Belial, is planning to take his former fiancé, Brenda, as his consort, Marcus's newfound belief in a second chance is quickly shattered in a fit of all too human rage. Incensed by the new demon's

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When Marcus Glenfield committed suicide, he took his place among the Legions of Hell as the Demon of Regret. When he learns that the Prince of Wickedness, Belial, is planning to take his former fiancé, Brenda, as his consort, Marcus's newfound belief in a second chance is quickly shattered in a fit of all too human rage. Incensed by the new demon's disrespectful hostility, Belial plunges Marcus into the deepest pits of Hell. But Lucifer has other plans for Marcus. For in the tormented lands of Purgatory, a strange and powerful uprising has gathered to form a new plane of existence-one that would break the ancient caste system of Heaven, Hell, Purgatory, Limbo and Earth, thwarting both God and Satan's permanency within the universe. Not only have these brash metaphysical pirates kidnapped the powerful child born of Brenda and Belial's union, they have also guided Marcus out of the prisons of Hell to their new realm. When they promise Marcus freedom in return for his help, he realizes that he will have to choose a side. But can he find one that he can truly believe in?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935460398
Publisher:
BRP Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/01/2012
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Revenge 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
avatar42 More than 1 year ago
A solid supernatural thriller with insights into action / consequence dynamics and fundamental interconnectedness of all things. Which it say it does a fine job of interweaving multiple sub stories into a whole to give the reader not only a panoramic view into the world created but many things to think about. In short a book you will only need to read once to get it but will want to read again and again.