Top critical review
A good story - but to be kept at that.
on 9 September 2017
Bought this to satisfy my curiosity, which was aroused by so many adverse comments laid against the author Wendy Alec. After reading it I understood that half the comments from people are valid, but other comments are unfair. WA is certainly a highly capable writer, but her idiosyncratic style obviously puts some people off (confusing me in places also). The main concern with her book (and its sequels) is the question of how well she understands the reality of the spirit world and of Lucifer's mindset. Here, she goes wildly off-track in many respects. Her description of heavenly realms is, to make use of the words of one commenter, little different from a fantasy Dungeons and Dragons tale. It's possible Christian believers, whose understanding of spiritual things is weak, may be led into wrong apprehensions about these things, so it's safest to regard the book as a work of fiction, and not in any way a fictional approach to factual knowledge about the devil and angelic powers.