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I´m not Eve, my name is Lilith (eBook)

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I´m not Eve, my name is Lilith
I´m not Eve, my name is Lilith eBook Cover, written by Eduardo R. García
I´m not Eve, my name is Lilith eBook Cover,
written by Eduardo R. García
Author(s) Eduardo R. García
Publisher CALIGRAMA
Publication date March 16, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 200 Pages
ASIN B07BS61XKV

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

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


I´m not Eve, my name is Lilith is an eBook written by Eduardo R. García. In this work the Succubus Lilith appears.


Overview

  • Title: I´m not Eve, my name is Lilith
  • Author: Eduardo R. García
  • Published By: CALIGRAMA
  • Length: 200 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07BS61XKV
  • Publishing Date: March 16, 2018


Plot Summary

A novel, inspired by the Jewish tradition and the Hebrew and Sumerian mythologies, that tries, through fiction to tear down the internal myths that we all carry inside, Eve, a nineteen-year-old girl, travels with her friends to the Dead Sea. Upon her return, she will never be the same. After being possessed by Lilith, our protagonist begins to see the world with different eyes. She will travel from the hand of the succubus of fire through her own life, from the life of Eve. An Eve that has nothing to do with what we have been told. During the plot, not only does Eve begin to change, Lilith also undergoes a transformation. Samael returns to prevent revenge against the offspring of Adam from taking place.


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