Billons

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, Sep 1, 2012 - Fiction - 224 pages
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When the Devil separated his soul from himself, hiding it in his anti-world, the Creator realised that He wouldn’t be able to change the fate of the genius of evil. It would only be possible to save the human soul from the truth of God’s outcast by the means of an event which would reveal a saviour to the people. This event provided people with their last chance to turn to the truth, disclosing to them the path to Heaven. Universal evil was late in solving the event’s mystery – but he carried away the strength from God’s house, and mankind was forced to live in false truth and in visible, but not genuine, happiness.Why didn’t the Creator save man’s soul from evil permanently? This is the eternal question of those that are lost between good and evil, in the search of the meaning of their own fates. The Creator is silent; He has already given people more than everything; He has endowed them with truth and revealed the saviour, but people haven’t realised that this truth is not exchangable. Salvation won’t come to them, as long as men turn themselves into billons...
 

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Kin Djaferd, now a London resident, is a Russian scholar whose research interests lay primarily in the world economy. Under an alternate name, he has published a number of scholarly books and articles. Billons is Kin's first novel, and the fruit of years-long meditations about mankind's fate and its predetermining forces. He is currently working on a new novel, The Dictator of Illusions.

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