Los Angeles is a city divided between the haves and the have-nots,
and those that have it seem to have it all: tanned good looks,
fit bodies, celebrity, flashy cars, high tech toys and then
some. It's no wonder then, that the have-nots easily tire
of standing on the sidelines. Enter Lily Pierce, a motivational
speaker who's New Life Foundation is sweeping the country.
Her mantra is simple. "Erase doubt. Erase fear. Become pure
of purpose. Perfect in execution. Attain your dreams."...
is unimpressed by Lily, but she never expected that the self-help
guru is guarding a secret of mythic proportions. Even Wolfram
and Hart want to stop the insanity, even going so far as to
ask Angel for help. But is Lily's promise of a perfect world
too tempting for Angel to conquer?
is one of the better Angel books to be released recently,
of a decent size and not in need of filling out. More like
a two part episode in the series, this story drags you into
a tale of biblical proportions. Lily, who we find out may
or may not actually be Lillith - created by God to be Adam's
first wife, tries to model the world in her image (that of
demons and destruction).
do this she needs The Hand, a torque which feeds on souls,
and Angel is the only one who may succeed in stealing it and
keeping it from her until the small window of time she has
to destroy the world has passed. This torque, however, tempts
whoever owns it, slithering deep into the owners heart and
telling them how it can help them achieve its biggest desire.
Angel, this is destroying all demons on Earth, and as it twists
his logic, he decides that means all demons - whether good
or bad. Little does he know that Cordelia, hidden away from
the upcoming Armageddon has had a vision, one that tells if
Angel succeeds in killing all demons he will attain pure happiness,
leading to the return of Angelus. Can they get to him on time,
and can he resist the temptation of the hand?
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