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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 25 April 2011
I came across this book after having read John Milton's "Paradise Lost", which refers to a great war in Heaven, and Dante's "Divine Comedy", covering much the same thing ... while those two texts are centuries old, and written as poem, this book is new - and presented as a conventional fiction. It is well written and fascinating, and I recommend it to anyone interested in the topic.

The actual term - war in Heaven - is Biblical, found in the Book of Revelation. It's meaning is open to interpretation: Milton took it as the war that led to Lucifer being exiled to Hell just before God created the Earth. Most others view it as referring to the end of days, when Satan will build his forces and assault Heaven. This is the premise of the present book.

It's about a group of humans, most suffering in Hell, who are freed by the fallen angel Abaddon and mount an attack on Satan - who, all the while, seeks to defeat the forces of Heaven.

This book, while readable on its own, is the second in a trilogy. The entire trilogy is exciting, and well worth a read. While encompassing epic battles, it's also a story about love.
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on 17 February 2012
In many ways this second book in the Tears in Heaven series is better than the first. Mainly because you already know the key characters from the first book and it means the book grabs you very early on. Has a fictional novel it's very good, entertaining and well worth a read. I wasn't all that sure with the way the book protrayed the war in heaven. There were times when it felt more like a human war. But that said it's well worth reading.
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on 28 December 2013
If you love Jesus may I recommend that you do NOT read any of the books in this series, I read the first one, forcing myself at times and felt utterly filthy at the end of it. I started the second just in case and it was disgusting and totally unscriptural.
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