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The Fall: Conversations with Lucifer (eBook)

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The Fall:
Conversations with Lucifer
The Fall: Conversations with Lucifer eBook Cover, written by Lori Green
The Fall: Conversations with Lucifer eBook Cover, written by Lori Green
Author(s) Lori Green
Publisher Marinated Publishing
Publication date January 20, 2017
Media type eBook
Length 213 Pages

For other uses of the word Lilith, see Lilith (disambiguation).

The Fall: Conversations with Lucifer is an eBook written by Lori Green. In this work an aspect of Lilith appears as a character.


  • Title: The Fall: Conversations with Lucifer
  • Author: Lori Green
  • Published By: Marinated Publishing
  • Length: 213 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01N6J36VL
  • Publishing Date: January 20, 2017

Plot Summary

A beautiful woman. A heartbroken widower. A story of love, betrayal and vengeance that binds them together and could tear the world apart.

When a beautiful stranger approaches Rabbi Nathan Zimmerman claiming to be the devil, he's uninterested until she proves herself the fallen angel and tells him she has a story to share. Lucifer claims she's looking only for someone to hear how heaven betrayed her but through the layers of her story, another tale emerges. The Rabbi discovers that secrets of his own love were touched by the machinations of those above.

Lucifer's story follows the creation of heaven and its inhabitants; God's decision to allow free will and how the dark angel Lilith chose earth over heaven and the innocent angel Morningstar chose Lilith over all.

Morningstar's absolute devotion to her beloved began the unraveling of what Jehovah created, bringing death to the Garden and a reckoning to those on earth and above. The resentments of Adam toward the angels and the manipulation of Cain by Lucifer began the fall of not only one angel but all innocence.

As the Rabbi questions, argues and understands, another story emerges that touches his own life. His faith is questioned, his love examined and his own future becomes cloudier.

'Regret nothing but love' Lucifer tells the Rabbi. But will the Rabbi's greatest regret be in allowing Lucifer to tell her story of Genesis and the truth of her fall?

Book Review

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