The Rapha Chronicles: This story has been told-but never like this.
A sweeping, beyond-epic telling of ancient times through the eyes of an angel who was once best friends with Lucifer.
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“You are never lost if I know where you are.”Adonai
“Restore me? To what? Could I too be ugly and dress poorly?”Lucifer
“You always did hate secrets.”Rapha
“Even now Adonai whispers His lies to you. I’d recognize that vacant expression anywhere. Rapha! You must think for yourself!”Lucifer
“I choose to be single-minded. If it does not please Adonai, I do not think it.”Rapha
“Earth will be destroyed,” Lucifer announced with wide-eyed innocence. “There now, we’ll have nothing more to fight about. We’ll be best of friends again.”Lucifer
Chapter One—End of an Age
Chapter Three—A Fresh Start
Chapter Five—All Things New
Chapter Six—Begin Again
Chapter Eight—It Is Good
Chapter Eleven—The Fallen Angel
Chapter Twelve—A Choice
Chapter Fifteen—Justice and Mercy
Chapter Sixteen—Out of the Womb
Chapter Twenty-one—The Enemy Within
Chapter Twenty-three—Brotherly Blood
Chapter Thirty—Finding Family
Chapter Thirty-One—Full Circle
Chapter Thirty-Two—Second Chance
If I was to give this novel a rating like movie reviews, I would call it a strong PG13. WHEN the movie is made of The Rapha Chronicles, it will be difficult to keep it out of the "R" range since harsh issues, violence and emotional upheaval are key to a tale of celestial war and the Garden of Eden. However, the telling is never gratuitous. If the reader is mature, the disturbing elements will carry more depth. If the young person is able to absorb "The Lord of the Rings," they are ready for THE FALL (Rapha Chronicles #1).
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