When the war in Heaven is over, Uriel wakes in Hades. Realizing he was innocently cast down, he leaps from Purgatory to commit suicide. His wings save him from death,and he falls to earth. Eons later he dreams and is resurrected in 2009 as Uri Tenone, the adopted son of a wealthy winery owner. The black box his father received holds his angelic secret, and the hunt for Lucifer begins. More
Could an angel who fell from Heaven be innocent?
The blood-covered walls in the great hall cried out in pain when he rushed through the fallen gates of the first Heaven. Black dust from Lucifer's angels covered Gabriel's body, and Uriel the youngest of the seven archangels stared in shock at the slaughter unfolding in front of him. Raphael fought for his life, Michael searched for Lucifer and the door to the Golden Room was sealed.
His predetermined fate casts him down with Lucifer, and he wakes in Hades, terrified, alone, and trapped in darkness. Visions surround him, hallucinations torment him, and the souls of lost angels beckon him. Unable to accept his expulsion from heaven, Uriel enters Purgatory, and falls to earth.
Lost on the young planet, he gathers the courage to protect the children of the first humans, those who took Eden from the angels. He eventually accepts his exile, but never forgets he is the seventh of the seven. Uriel roams earth, slowly remembering his past, wondering if the one child he saved caused his banishment.
Lucifer hunts the young morningstar from continent to continent desiring his triadic birthmark. If he cannot have Uriel's loyalty, he will consume his blood.
Uriel tries to save two girls from Lucifer when a flood engulfs the world. Biblical civilization is changed when he finds a lone boat and gives the girls to its occupants. The raging ocean swallows Uriel, and he drifts and dreams of his past and his present journey. He awakens in 2009, resurrected as Uri Tenone, the adopted son of Rodolfo Tenone, a wealthy winery owner.
Uri Tenone has no knowledge of his divine birth, until the night he unwittingly heals a boy's face with his birthmark.
Gabriel visits him and tells him who he really is. He takes Uriel back to the war Lucifer began, showing him how he courageously defended heaven, and how he sadly fell.