The Fall of Lucifer

The Fall of Lucifer

by Wendy Alec


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The Fall of Lucifer by Wendy Alec

In the beginning…

Three brothers – Gabriel, Michael and Lucifer. Royalty. Archangels. United in devotion to their father and all his works.

But when Lucifer learns of their father’s latest creation – a new race, fashioned from crude matter and yet made in his image – he is consumed with resentment. Why have he and his angelic kind been overlooked?

After a bitter confrontation, Lucifer is cast out, doomed to an eternity of exile and punishment.

Unrepentant, he vows he won’t suffer alone. Mankind has made a powerful enemy – one determined to lure it into darkness and torment any way he can…

“There could be no bigger canvas for film-making.” – Mark Ordesky (Executive Producer – Lord of the Rings);

Alec not only re-frames pre-history; she also imaginatively illustrates how the realm of spirit impacts the contemporary material world.” Ileen Maisel (Executive Producer for the Golden Compass)

“This is the best work of fiction I have read since the last installment of Dean Koontz’ Frankenstein series” Jim McDonald – 1340Mag – Online Entertainment Magazine.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310090977
Publisher: Harper Inspire
Publication date: 06/26/2018
Series: Chronicles of Brothers, Time Before Time Series
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 124,911
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.60(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Born in London and brought up in South Africa, Wendy Alec has pursued successful careers in advertising and television production, as well as writing books and screenplays. The cinematic scope and epic sweep of the Chronicles of Brothers series have won her legions of devoted fans around the world

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The Fall of Lucifer 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This has to be one of the best and most profound books I have ever read. It opened my eyes to see the reality of heaven, angels, and what happens in the unseen spiritual world. Excellent book--a must read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
After Yehovah, there is the great trio regents of the almighty. Lucifer the eldest is the favorite as the light bearer viceroy Michael is the mightiest warrior and general of the angel army and Gabriel the youngest recently has arisen to their level as the revelator. Heaven has been harmonious for eternity until the announcement by Yehovah. He is creating a new race not of angelic matter, but from a DNA coding in his image. None of the angelic horde feels comfortable with the pronouncement, but of the lead threesome, only Lucifer feels betrayed by his heavenly Father. Michael and Gabriel do not understand the rationale behind God¿s decision, but remain true and loyal as they assume that there are things even they as his immediate lieutenants cannot understand. When Yehovah ignores his plea not create such an abomination, an ouraged Lucifer revolts. Yehovah punishes him by sending him to live on earth with his new species. However, instead of moping, Lucifer as Satan plans to destroy the heavenly monstrosity. --- This is an interesting look at THE FALL OF LUCIFER in which the description especially of pre-human heaven is vivid and deep. Lucifer as the title character is fully developed so that when Yehovah announces the new non-angelic species, his anger and disappointment is palatable and remains at that level even after he loses the heavenly battles and becomes exiled rage keeps him going. Although Yehovah, Michael, Gabriel, and the rest of heaven seem underdeveloped especially next to the emotional three dimensional Lucifer, with a nod to Milton¿s PARADISE LOST Wendy Alec provides an interesting tale of how the human genome¿s Godly creation provoked a heavenly war. --- Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
the book was wonderful! i loved it!..unfortunately i havent been able to locate the second book. But I highly reccommend this book nonetheless!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I originally ordered this book for a friend and when it arrived I couldn't wait to read it myself. Needless to say I ordered one for myself and read it in a matter of days. I would have never put this book down if I didn't have to go to work or college.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i thoroughly enjoyed this one and cant wait for the sequel. The reasoning behind lucifers rebellion is plausible and the consternation of gabriel and michael is tremendously realistic. The imagery of heaven is brought home with some beatiful writing. Why only four stars? well i had just read lucifer wars by stuart vowell and the battle scenes in this outshine anything in the genre. if wendy could soup up the battles in her book to the blood drenched quality of lucifer wars then she would be getting the five star treatment from me. really good stuff keep them coming.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wendy Alec takes us on a wonderous journey through heaven and we see the epic struggle of good vs evil. Not as blood drenched as counterparts such as Lucifer Wars by Stuart Vowell, but still a thoroughly enjoyable read. If you like to read books that force you to adopt a different perspective than the widley held religious beleifs then you will love this one. Tremendous stuff, cant wait for the next in the trilogy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Where to start - I could not put this book down. Lucifer - the favored one - angelic leader of worship in Heaven before Yehovah - and his fall from Heaven. All this over God's decision to create man in His own image and walk in fellowship with man. The imagery is gripping, and the story of three angel brothers - Lucifer, Michael and Gabriel - is poignant and stirring. This is the first of a trilogy and I cannot wait for the next two books!
Anonymous 6 months ago
A good read A very good read
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I wasn't sure what to expect about this series or this first book yet once I started reading it I couldn't put it down. It is very well written. Although a work of fiction you can see the Bible flowing through it. I have just begun the second book and am equally enjoying it. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone curious about the spiritual aspects of Christianity and a clearer understanding of the conflict between good and evil.
AllenJessica More than 1 year ago
Plot: This book is written in the perspective of the Heavenly realm. You read an account of stories such as Lucifer's fall from Heaven, the creation of Earth and man, the great flood, and it touches on the Birth of Jesus. It is written as one continues story. Characters: This book shows a new perspective on Lucifer, that at least I had never considered before. It shows him as a lost angel who is consumed by his hatred for mankind. There are times when you can sense his remorse and his want to repent, but the evil that is brought forth by his intense hatred proves to be stronger than his love for God. Themes: The main theme in this book is repentance. Time after time, the fallen angels are given a chance to repent and be restored with their Creator. Yet, time after time, they refuse - their allegiance to Lucifer is seemingly more binding and rewarding to them. Even Lucifer, himself, is given numerous chances to repent and come back to his place in Heaven. Emotion: I did not find this book to be at all emotional. There were points in the book when God himself is overcome with sorrow, and enough to move your heart. However, the way the book was written didn't leave room for me to really connect and feel moved in any way. Overall: There was a lot of fluff in this book. There were whole chapters that I found to be unnecessary. The beginning was very slow, and although it did pick up a little when the more relevant stories began to come to light, it was difficult to continue to read and I found myself wanting to give up and stop reading it.
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amanda95AS More than 1 year ago
The first book I got was the second on for christmas from my step mom so I had to get the first The Fall of Lucifer. I started to read it and I was amazed on what I was reading, I mean I wasn't sure what kind of book it was going to be but I was willing to see. I know that it is a fiction book, but I like that she has used her base information on the bible, I really enjoy reading how she thinks it happened or came about. When reading this book you have to remember that it is fiction and not a book based on fact, because I know there will be people out there that will down this book because they will be thinking it is some kind of testimony of how it happened and it's not, it's just a story and a good one at that well done Mrs. Wendy Alec I really enjoyed it.
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Hunter_Whatchamacallit More than 1 year ago
Firstly, this book was great. I WOULD like to point out though, that Wendy can get pretty carried away with the discriptive details sometimes. Not that it's bad, but sometimes you find yourself saying, "Okay, I get it. Everything looks awesome. Where is the story now?" But usually by this time, she gets to the point. The writing style is most excellent, and even if you're extremely familiar with scripture, and you know exactly what is going to happen, you will be shocked, touched, and thrilled. There are parts in the bible that seem plain and simple, and she makes it seem dramatic and touching. This is a GREAT read for... anyone!
TheTraveller001 More than 1 year ago
I just could not put the book down. Pretty much read it in one sitting and couldn't wait to get my hands on the second one. Now reading #2. They should really make a movie out of it and, when they do, let's hope it will be longer than 1 1/2 hours.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book seems so real that it should be made into a movie. It is easy reading, and it would touch anyone interested in the beginning of human existence, the fall of mankind, and the eternal battle that humans seem to be battling against. i recommend the book for everyone that is into the Bible, or just might be interested in finding out what life is all about.
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LeAnneH More than 1 year ago
Wendy Alex took on a formidable task in writing this book. It reads like epic fantasy. Lucifer, Michael and Gabriel could easily be Welsh princes or Elvish lords. But they are archangels. Alex takes seriously the biblical narrative so she isn¿t free to write `what really happened¿ as Mary Stewart, Rosemary Sutcliff and others have done with the Arthurian saga and tales of early Britain.

Alex¿s vivid characters certainly give the reader a lot to think about. Lucifer¿s motivation is jealousy over the creation of man. Were we angels not enough? he asks. If this were epic fantasy that would certainly be compelling motive that would garner sympathy for the rebellious protagonist at odds with his ruling Father. But in the Bible Lucifer¿s sin was pride and wanting to put himself in God¿s place. He certainly grows into that in Alex¿s account, but his sin begins with perfectly understandable emotions. But then perhaps that is a lesson for us¿unchecked, our legitimate emotions can take us where we never intended to go.

I liked the way Alex integrates modern science. She has the angels working on prototypes of DNA and animals. They test models for the arc to determine a structure that will withstand the pressures of the Deluge. They have personalities and complicated relationships.

Like Darth Vader, Lucifer is downright evil by the end (although with that spark that could lead to redemption.) But the beginning of his fall feels more like mental illness than sin to me. That raises two questions in my mind: 1) How could mental illness exist in heaven? and 2) Does Alex believe God will damn the mentally ill for bad choices made when they were not in their right mind? As the friend and relative of a number of people who suffer from depression and other mental illnesses, I would hate to think so.

As a writer I am well aware that creating a consistent world is difficult. But why was Michael a warrior, and why do they engaged in swordplay before Lucifer fell? Who was the enemy?

It also sounds like the decision for Christos to be the perfect sacrifice was made well into human history rather than before the foundation of the world. That makes for high drama, but isn¿t biblical.

<i>The Fall of Lucifer</i> began very slowly with long, over-written descriptions, but I have found the deep, love relationships that the characters have with Yehovah and Christos to be a powerful stimulus to my own worship. Even Lucifer after his fall longs for the fellowship he once had.

This book could provoke some interesting discussion in a Christian book group, but prepare to be shocked.