Chronicles Of The Fallen by Aya Lancaster
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Ezryan, the commander of the First Legion, had fallen from the Heaven. He was sent to obtain a forbidden secret within its walls, one that it was said could strengthen the Hell’s reign over humans. What he did caused the Heaven to unleash its wrath and burn him, thus, he carried the secret he'd obtained to his grave. Centuries after his death, lesser soldiers mysteriously disappeared. Cain, the son of Adam, announces the most unexpected prophecy, which is believed to be a groundless lie not to be spoken. However, upon hearing Cain’s prophecy, one of Ezryan’s companions revealed the commander’s last words, which he secretly confided before he died. It urged them to follow the dark trails he left behind. Their quest leads them to encounter friends and foes beyond their imagination. Along with it, they uncovered not only deadly secrets that could save their lives, but also their true enemies who seek to destroy them.

 

About Aya Lancaster

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Aya Lancaster is a college student who's currently going through her final year. Ever since senior high, she'd been fascinated by novels from overseas. Before she realized it, she's read many genres, especially conspiracy, supernatural and thriller. It was from reading that many that she found a certain excitement in writing. At first, she was doubtful, but inspired by the experience of a lot of authors, she began developing the idea for her first book, an idea that was almost forgotten, which she had when she was still on eighth grade. This trilogy is her first work as a writer. She lives a quiet life with her family in Jakarta, which will turn one-eighty the moment she meet her friends.
 
Published May 9, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 676 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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A supernatural conspiracy thriller that offers readers a humanistic view of the spiritual realms of heaven and hell.

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Lancaster’s language can be stilted, “I recognized the scent of doppelganger all over her,” or confusing, “He was sweating and looked so tense that I didn’t even dare to ask him what he felt in that piece of arm,” and “A woman walked into the forest outside a small human city which, unknown by it...

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