The Fall of Lilith by Vashti Quiroz-Vega
(Fantasy Angels Series) (Volume 1)

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The fallen angels, including a transformed Beelzebub, whose “arms and legs appeared gelatinous, punctuated by lumps of broken and calcified bone,” are painted with horrifying clarity. A well-written, descriptive, and dark creation story.
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“I merely assisted you in doing what you desired all along.” So says Lilith, the most exquisite of the angels. The two most important pledges an angel makes to God are those of obedience and celibacy, and dire consequences await any who break their oaths. At first, the angels are happy in their celestial home, learning and exploring together. As they grow older, though, Lilith begins to question these pledges, which now seem arbitrary and stifling. Her challenge of the status quo leads to disagreement, jealousy, and strife among her peers. As the arguing and acrimony grow, lines are drawn and sides are chosen. Is war inevitable? Filled with robust characters, incredible landscapes, and exciting action, The Fall of Lilith is an epic tale of seduction, betrayal, and revenge. Free Will involves asking difficult questions and making hard choices, choices that require strength and sacrifice. These decisions can tear apart friendships and cause rifts between allies. They can even threaten the foundations of Heaven.
 

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Published August 1, 2017 527 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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The fallen angels, including a transformed Beelzebub, whose “arms and legs appeared gelatinous, punctuated by lumps of broken and calcified bone,” are painted with horrifying clarity. A well-written, descriptive, and dark creation story.

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