Aaron Corbet is a Nephilim, one of a sect of angels who will reunite the fallen angels with Heaven. Aaron is only interested is saving himself, his magically powered dog, and his autistic foster brother from Verchiel, the cruel leader of the Powers. Original.Aaron Corbet is a Nephilim, one of a sect of angels who will reunite the fallen angels with Heaven. Aaron is only interested is saving himself, his magically powered dog, and his autistic foster brother from Verchiel, the cruel leader of the Powers. Original.Read Less
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The saga continues with Aaron, Camael and Gabriel still searching for Stevie. By pure accident they stumble upon folks who are from Aerie . . . a place where the Fallen and Nephilim live together to avoid the Powers.
Verchiel is still in hot pursuit of Aaron and send his magical warrior . . . Malak to hunt for Aaron?s scent. Malak wears armor the color of blood that is impervious to angel fire. He also possesses the keen ability to pick up the scent or trail of the Fallen and Nephilim . . . then he mercilessly kills them. He is determined to prove his worth and find the chosen ONE for his master . . . Verchiel.
Aaron must prove himself to the citizens of Aerie . . . that he IS indeed the chosen ONE . . . a hard enough task, when he is unsure himself. An ancient and wise gentle Fallen angel . . . Belphegor helps Aaron to unite his human and angelic natures.
While in the process of becoming whole Aaron hears Vilma?s pleas for help . . . he instinctively goes to her rescue, not realizing that it could be a trap. Despite overwhelming odds, he must battle Verchiel and the Powers to save Vilma. He meets the warrior Malak and realizes that it is his little brother Stevie who has been changed somehow, he cannot bring himself to kill his own brother . . .
He rescues Vilma and takes her back to Aerie . . . but the battle follows him, he loses many friends and loved ones . . .
Verchiel learns from Belphegor who Aaron was sired by . . . during the battle he taunts Aaron with jibes about his father . . . enraged Aaron demands that Verchiel reveal his father?s identity . . .
Aaron learns who his father is from his friends at Aerie and is stunned by the news . . .
If you?re a deeply religious person you may find these novels offensive to your tastes, especially in regards as to how the author chooses to portray Lucifer.
But if you have an open mind, perhaps you can just simply enjoy these books for the fiction that they are. I found the series of books to be wonderfully written and richly portrayed.
I did see the ABC movie that was based on these books, but the movie did not follow the books exactly and left a lot out. Also the movie chose to portray Lucifer as the evil angel outlined in many current religious works.
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