God's Demon

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Macmillan, Dec 30, 2008 - Fiction - 352 pages

The powerful Lord Sargatanas, Brigadier-general in Beelzebub's host, is restless. For millennia Sargatanas has ruled dutifully over an Infernal metropolis, but he has never forgotten what he lost in the Fall. He is sickened by what he has done and what he has become. Now, with a small event—a confrontation with a damned soul—he makes a decision that will reverberate through every being in Hell. Sargatanas decides to attempt the impossible, to rebel, to win his way Home and bring with him anyone who chooses to follow...be they demon or soul.

He will stake everything on fighting all the abominable forces of Hell arrayed against him, when the prize is nothing less than redemption.



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User Review  - Tonestaple - LibraryThing

I finished this months ago, but the author's image of hell has stayed with me: souls used as building materials; people used as anything; always dark, constant storms, never-ending gloom, truly a dreadful place. Read full review

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User Review  - ChanceMaree - LibraryThing

If I were a believer in mankind's rendition of hell (and especially of one so artfully sketched by Mr. Barlowe), I'd spend the rest of my days on earth in fear and on a constant campaign to become a ... Read full review

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Prologue
Chapter XX
Acknowledgments
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Wayne Barlowe is an artist, author and film concept designer whose bestselling book, Barlowe's Guide to Extraterrestrials is a modern classic, as are Expedition, Barlowe's Inferno and Brushfire. His concept designs have appeared in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Hellboy and Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, Blade 2, and his own Discovery Channel program Alien Planet. His artwork has appeared in galleries and museum shows across the country, as well as Life, Time, and Newsweek.

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