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Lilith the Last Temptation of Adam (Devil's Bible Trilogy) Paperback – 19 Sep 2010

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  • Paperback: 694 pages
  • Publisher: Project-Renaissance Books (19 Sept. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906983216
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906983215
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.9 x 22.9 cm
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,689,967 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From the Publisher

Author Tom Stevens, and Pauline Richards, together with musicians Maggie Reilly, Stuart MacKillop and Chrys Lindop, have formed a new movie production company to work with their associated production partners and investors to bring "Lilith: The Last Temptation of Adam" to the big screen. This epic film is a true creative collaboration, in the spirit of the pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, with a stunning soundtrack, beautiful visuals, an amazing script, and superb acting talent! This book, volume 1 of The Devil's Bible trilogy, is the source material of the new Film!

From the Author

Of all the creative arts, none are so emotionally evocative as music. For an author to have his work made into a film is a great privilege, but to have it accompanied by a music score that literally paints it, in the vivid colour palette of human emotion, is a greater privilege still.
Maggie Reilly is rightly regarded as one of the finest lyricists and singing talents of our times. The unparallel beauty of her voice famously led to a long and successful collaboration with progressive rock musician: Mike Oldfield. But in my opinion at least, it's her later work, with her long-time song writing partner: Stuart McKillop, that really showcases her amazing gifts.
Together, Maggie and Stuart create a very special, and perhaps unique harmony; between lyric, voice, and song: that complements perfectly what I have tried to achieve with my writing. Their music connects to the human soul, and to the living landscape, with all of its transcendent emotions: there reaching effortlessly into the heart of the listener, as no other music I have ever heard, could do.
When I first approached Maggie with the idea of a collaboration, it was for another book, the Celtic-Arthurian epic: `The Cauldron' (special edition). But what neither of us realised at first, was that at the very same time, but completely separately, Maggie andStuart had written and produced a song called `Lilith' - just as I had written and published a novel by the very same name.
Moreover, when I listened to the track, I realised immediately that it fitted perfectly with my vision for the book, and for the film project, that was already then in early development, from it.
The synchronicity was both obvious and compelling - with Maggie, Stuart, and I each realising that this was something meant to happen: almost as if our creativity had been guided (outside of our awareness) towards the same goal. Then, when I heard some more of their recent material, and heard their plans for new song writing, I was frankly stunned, both by the quality of their work, and, the ideal fit, both with the book, and with the film script.
Even now, I find the beauty of Maggie's voice and the sheer talent of both her, and Stuart: to be in a class of their own. Their gift, for that is what it is: is truly a living thread of their lives, and the privilege I feel in working with them professionally, is equalled by the privilege I feel in knowing them personally.

Tom Stevens.

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