Masterfully fantastic and sadistic. I found it extraordinarily scary and uncannily twisted; a dark piece of work with a compelling alternate possibility into the supernatural and
although I haven’t read the author’s other books, this must be one of his best. It’s poetry in motion . . . fast paced . . . exuberant with a spooky alternative mythology. I super liked it.
Heaven and hell unite to stop a Unitarian-like avatar who wants all formal religion on earth banished. The ancient members of the first tribe, the angels, come together in an alliance with the forces of the devil using human go-betweens to outmaneuver their opponents, who just happen to be working for the best interest of mankind a strange religion without an omnipotent God. The angels and devils fight it out for supremacy. Spooky. Realistic. St Amant’s world is one of dark twisted undertones. Human destruction mean nothing to the First and Second Tribes. The opening is simply the best there is, sucks you into the narcissistic world of Magog.
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|Publisher:||E A (Edward) St Amant|
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
E A St Amant is the author of How to Increase the Volume of the Sea Without Water, Dancing in the Costa Rican Rain and Stealing Flowers.