Fiction: imaginary, pretend. The Fall of Lucifer addresses those two conundrums eloquently, in almost poetic terms. The transformation of Lucifer from devoted lover of God to evil destroyer of all things good, is presented in vivid, passionate terms that manage to bring you to the cusp of empathy for Lucifer--for a moment at least. Wendy Alec has covered many biblical milestones in the book, including a beautifully chronicled fall of Eve, and Christ's sacrifice. It is emotional and elegant, written with fresh insight into what could have transpired in unseen realms throughout eternity. If you enjoy rich, fast-paced science fiction or even if you're curious about a different perspective on the "could'ves" of our Christian history, this exciting book will keep you engaged and leave you with food for thought.
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