Stealing Sacred Fire by Storm Constantine

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Who alone can master the Millennial power? Book three of The Grigori Trilogy: Stealing Sacred Fire Peverel Othman has come home, though not as himself. Through the old magic of the Grigori he is now once again Shemyaza, an angel of awesome power who led the rebellion of angles to mate with and enslave humans. Now as this millennium draws to a close Shemyaza calls his followers to him for the final battle to decide who controls the fate of humanity. Answering his call are: his six Grigori brothers and sisters who once again want to rule humanity for their own pleasure, Daniel his once human vizier who is now also becoming Grigori, and the Yarasadi freedom-fighters who will stop at nothing to see their culture recreated to be the new Eden on earth. As the final battle unfolds to decide the fate of humanity can Daniel remember what it is to be human and convince Shemyaza that humans can share equally in the new millennium with the Grigori before it is too late and we become their slaves forever?

About Storm Constantine

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Since "The Enchantments of Flesh and Spirit" first appeared in 1987 (and long before that), Storm Constantine's "cauldron" has produced a phantasmagoric array of creative works, everything from her best known piece, the Wraeththu trilogy, to Andrew Collins-inspired works like the Grigori trilogy and "Burying the Shadow," on down to fantastic visions like "Calenture," non-fiction books like "Egyptian Birth Signs," and dozens of short stories. Storm Constantine lives in England.
Published May 6, 2012 by Immanion Press. 368 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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