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Birth of a Nation (Novel)
|Birth of a Nation|
Birth of a Nation Book Cover,
written by Shane Moore
|Publisher||Wandering Sage Bookstore & More|
|Publication date||July 5, 2009|
Birth of a Nation is a novel written by Shane Moore. It is the fifth book in the Abyss Walker series by this author.
In this work, a race of Succubi are a central part of the story. They are not like traditional Succubi however as their genesis did not follow the normal myths of the Succubi. Known as the Dark Angels, they are former angels turned into demons -- not because they fell from grace, but because the god (Rha-Cordan) they followed became corrupted. The angels transformed into succubi and their memories were erased by the goddess of mercy. In the story, many of them escape from the abyss to experience a world that is not shaped on evil; thus, they begin to reject their wickedness to a point.
- Title: Birth of a Nation
- Author: Shane Moore
- Published By: Wandering Sage Bookstore & More
- Length: 288 Pages
- Format: Paperback
- ISBN-10: 1933300302
- ISBN-13: 978-1933300306
- Publishing Date: July 5, 2009
Trinidy marches his army of death across the land, forcing each kill to rise up and join his ranks. Arch devils are unleashed to hunt down the Abyss Walker. While Lance and his friends struggle to stay one step ahead, the greyshalks and the Darayal Legion prepare for a battle they cannot win.
Meanwhile, the people of Beykla, now under the disputatious rule of boy king, brace themselves as their distrustful southern brothers secede to create a new nation. As the prophecy reaches fulfillment, Delania must face the growing realization that her time with Lance is coming to an end. Can the broken crown of Beykla stand against the coming of the Abyss Walker, or will the blood of the innocent be shed before the might of wickedness?
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