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- Print Length: 253 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Press (4 Oct. 2016)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KU5SOLQ
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- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #658,995 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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You don’t really need to have prior knowledge of the Christian creation myth to be able to get into this book, but what you do need is a lot of patience. I’ve already mentioned how the first chapter is a bit rambling, quite boring until the first conversations come in. Yet there are still several interesting parts. The whole Heavenly City part and its inhabitants is very human, and there are “logical” explanations for the existence and set up of Hell, as well as how to get there, and the connections between the City, Earth, and Hell. Yet the bit that somewhat confused and frustrated me the most is that it is said that all Heavenly beings, the different types of angels, have a predisposition to do good, meaning that all angels are inherently good, yet it doesn’t prevent them from doing bad things or becoming evil. Also, the apparently intelligent do very stupid things and make stupid decisions. They are also supposed to be near “emotionless”, the archangels and even the angels, with only the “powers” (a type of warrior angel) having free emotions. Yet, there is a lot of emotion play that goes on, lots of reactions based on emotions, like anger, shouting, fighting, etc. As I said, very “human”.
The story itself revolves around one young angel’s, power’s, journey.Read more ›
A debate in the palace square had been arranged for everyone by Lord Lucifer and his team to take place before he sat with the coucil of archangels again to finally decide on Adonai's plan, knowing they would go ahead and approve it. Yet the debate did not go to plan, or did it? Rocks were thrown, chaos begins and war starts!
Ramael, second in command in the army of Heaven, and Adryel, a secretary of the council, are paired and very much in love, yet they potentially see themselves on different sides of the debate due to loyalty. Adryel understands Lord Lucifer's logic but does not agree with his methods and finds herself at his side trying to persuade him to use peaceful alternatives, she also has some nagging doubts in her mind on his ulterior motives. Little does she know that she is simply a pawn in his sly and calculated game for power. An evil lie is told which changes Adryel's life and believes the rules have changed, seeing herself and Lord Lucifer's team banished to the burning pit of hell. What will happen with the humans? Who will win the war? Will Ramael and Adryel's love now end?Read more ›
Adryel is an angel rebelling against God’s creation. When faced with the choice of believing that creation is a good thing or following Lucifer’s path Adryel chooses Lucifer. I found it interesting how she talked herself into believe what Lucifer was telling his followers. I could feel the deceit, I wanted to tell her not to believe, yet… she had to. She had to do what she felt was right.
When Adryel was on Earth, seeing the world for the first time, meeting humans, seeing animals, and tasting the fruits I could feel her amazement at all the God had created. I imagined what I would have felt had I been in her place. The awe, the wonder, and the not knowing all of what she was seeing was perfectly portrayed.
David Burnett wrote an eye opening, thought provoking story. The ending was my most favorite.
The devil always disguise but he will never win. Adryel is such a beautiful angel but she outcast the power of Lucifer. It is a constant battle in real life to choose good from evil. We always picked the good but sometimes we got lost in choosing the evil. Temptation is so hard to resist.
I loved reading this book. It gives me views what the "pit" is all about. It is scary to get there in the other life. We have to choose the right path to avoid going to the big pit.
This book is fun to read. If you like to read religion and fantasy then Between Heaven And Hell is one amazing book to read.
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David Burnett writes beautifully the story of creation and the mythical battle between Heaven and Hell. Read morePublished 8 months ago by ana paula medeiros
When Adonis proposes the creation of a human, the Council of Archangels convene to discuss the proposal. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Julie Baswell
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