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Book review: Lamb of God by Shane KP O’Neill

These days I am not normally one for heavily religious based books, despite the fact that in51eu4m6F8-L__SX322_BO1,204,203,200_ the past I have dedicated much time into studying various religions and myths, but the idea of a book told from Lucifer’s perspective piqued my interest and I am so glad I picked it up.
Within is creation from the dawn on time, proceeding forward, from this fresh unique perspective the author fills in many of the gaps I always felt passed over with some very interesting, insightful, and imaginative ideas.
By going into too any details I feel I could detract from the reader’s experience, but I will say this, the ending of this book gives a slight insight into what is to come as the series continues, and quite honestly I am looking forward to seeing how it develops. Here you have the ultimate battle of good vs evil, and although some of the stories may seem familiar, the manner in which they have been told is anything but the norm.
I have already gifted a copy of this work to a friend who I think will find it as fresh and unique as I have.
The book can easily be read in a single sitting if you have an hour or so to spare, and trust me, you’ll want to keep turning those pages.

Links to Amazon:

UK The Lamb of God

US The Lamb of God


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