I, LuciferBook - 2002
Offered a chance to redeem himself by living a good life in human form, Lucifer inhabits the body of a suicidal writer and intends to set the world straight on everything from Adam and Eve to the Inquisition and Elton John.
By an author hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as one of Britain’s top twenty young novelists, I, Lucifer is ?a masterpiece?startlingly witty, original and beautifully written” (Good Book Guide).
Blackwell North Amer
By an author hailed by the Times Literary Supplement as one of Britain’s top twenty young novelists, I, Lucifer is a masterpiece startlingly witty, original and beautifully written” (Good Book Guide).
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One day, one non-material day, nowhere, a thought came unbidden into my spirit mind. One moment it wasn't there, the next it was, and the next again it was gone. It flitted in then out again like a bright bird or a flurry of jazz notes. [...] The thought was: What would it be like without Him? [...] Say what you like about me. [...] ... but no one else gets credit for the discovery of angelic freedom. That, my fleshy friends, was Lucifer. (Ironic of course that after the Fall they stopped referring to me as Lucifer, the Bearer of Light and started referring to me as Satan, the Adversary. Ironic that they stripped me of my angelic name at the very moment I began to be worthy of it.)
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