Lilith

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I am she, the natural mother of all things, the mistress and governess of all the elements. The initial progeny of worlds, chief of the powers divine. The principle of them that dwell in heaven, manifested alone and under one form, of all the gods and goddesses; at whose will the planets of the sky the wholesome winds of the seas, and the lamentable silences of hell are dispersed. I am, that I am.

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Review by: Betty Geffrard on Dec. 12, 2010 :
I was enchanted by this imaginative and beautifully told story. Lilith is a vibrant, strong and sensual novel, written with passion and artistry.
Maximus Romulus creates a new gospel (The Gospel of Lilith), turns one of the pivotal characters in the Bible (Cain), into a vampire. He puts an entirely new spin on the life of the anointed one; all with a stylistic flair that leads one to believe that maybe the author knows something we don't, but that we should. With vampire tales being a dime a dozen, and few of them worth the dime, Maximus Romulus' Lilith stands out as one of the most thoughtful and creative takes on the legend one might hope to find. I suspect that even devout Christians will hardly find much to quibble with in regard to Romulus' interpretation of Biblical history and the existing gospels.
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Review by: Edison Pierre on Dec. 11, 2010 :
"LILITH" by Maximus Romulus. There's no Biblical character who has inspired more from the imagination than her. The origin of evil, the fall of man, she's even been credited for the fall of Lucifer. The author has clearly done a lot of research to combine such a wealth of lore from multiple mythologies, theologies, and histories into one work. The many interpretations roll these stories into one book making for a riveting read, hard to put down. Lilith is a collection that simply shouldn't be missed.
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Review by: Joel Polymice on Dec. 11, 2010 :
Lilith said to them, "You hypocrites. When you were casting my Eve out of Eden, if you had known that your beloved Adam, would have sacrificed his place in paradise for her, I wonder if the punishment would have been the same"

Great story, Maximus Romulus does an excellent job at telling Adam and Eve's love story in a very orginal way.
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Review by: Ms Jae on July 12, 2010 : (no rating)
I really like books on Heaven & Hell, good / evil and this one was very good.
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