The second book in the Angelwalk series is rather different from the first. Observer, a fallen angel, is commanded by Satan to compile all the things that Satan has caused mankind to do, and to put a twist on it, so that Satan looks like the good guy. Observer is then told to write it all down, and this book will become the new Bible. You may think I have given the book's plot away. Hardly. There are many different stories within this book. I just gave you the centerpiece. I enjoyed this book thoroughly. If you enjoy spiritual warfare, this is for you.
When Lucifer left heaven, he took with him a great number of followers. In this story, we find one of them who has the job of recording the vision and success (and eventual failure) of his master, Satan. Like so many humans, he chooses to not choose, and so seals his own fate.
Grim, but fascinating. Part of a series, but can be easily read alone.
Observer, a fallen angel, is commissioned by his master to write a chronicle of world events justifying Satan's single-minded dedication to the destruction of God's creation. The more he sees and record, the more appalled Observer becomes with Satan's unmitigated ruthlessness. He begins to doubt. To wonder if his choice to follow Satan was the right one. To wonder if he can still turn back.
Sequel to Angelwalk which held my attention (a sometimes middle-aged adult) and the attention of a 16 yr. old. Writes similiar to C.S. Lewis. The truth of what is really going on in our world today jumps right out of this book and smacks you in the face & heart. Highly recommend Angelwalk & Fallen Angel.
This book is told from the point of view of a Fallen Angel named "Observer". He's under the impression that because he's only recording events and hasn't actually participated, he shouldn't be where he is. In the end, he finds out this is where he belongs. This one does have condemnation of homosexuality, abortion, and drugs; however, it focuses more on wrong-doing of various religions and the commercialism of Christianity. Scathing hatred in this one, which I guess could only be expected with a 'demon' narrating.
I didn't care for this one as much as the first in the series.