Hot war, not cold. Dirty, total and absolute, like the war
that Lucifer brought when the world's were young. But this
time the Fallen One fights on Heaven's side...
Morningstar a new host, born of Lilith, is on the march
against the Silver City, and the Lightbringer must descend
into his former realm to find an army willing to defend its
holy walls. But his powers are waning, and Hell has a new
king - one who is not at all sympathetic to Lucifer's cause.
the chaos spreads across two creations, sinking the worlds
into despair and bleeding the souls of humankind into the
void, the champions of life make their last stand on the plain
of Armageddon: a fallen angel, a demon and a human woman,
set against the wolf of destruction and an army that cannot
as a whole, this collection groups together a number of interesting
tales, my favourite strand was the segment that sees a poor
misguided soul making a deal with the forces of hell. As you'd
expect he thinks he's got the upper hand, but any fool knows
that you can't outwit the most evil of forces. It's an interesting
idea though, and very well structured.
while not available in abundance, is welcomed when it appears.
The consequences of summoning the only demon left in hell
raises more than a smile or two in what is an otherwise fairly
dry collection. Not that that's a complaint, it's just that
having an all round mix of styles proves for an interesting
you are a Lucifer fan or not, this collection makes
for interesting reading.