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Lilith (Paperback II)

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Lilith Book Cover, written by Glen Wilkinson
Lilith Book Cover, written by Glen Wilkinson
Author(s) Glen Wilkinson
Publisher PublishAmerica (Paperback)
Amazon Digital Services (eBook)
Publication date April 2, 2007
Media type Paperback
Length 275 Pages
ISBN 978-1424163632 (Paperback)
ASIN B006428G72 (eBook)

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Lilith is a novel written by Glen Wilkinson. In this work the character Lilith appears.


  • Title: Lilith
  • Author: Glen Wilkinson
  • Published By: PublishAmerica (Paperback) & Amazon Digital Services (eBook)
  • Length: 275 Pages
  • Format: Paperback & eBook
  • ASIN: B006428G72 (eBook)
  • ISBN-10: 1424163633 (Paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1424163632 (Paperback)
  • Publishing Date: April 2, 2007

Plot Summary

Earth Mother, Succubus, Demoness, Witch. Throughout history, the myth and legend of Lilith has had these words applied to it. Much of the myths and superstitions about her have contributed to many of our legends about her. According to Judeo/Christian/Islamic myth, Lilith was the First Woman. She was cast out of the Garden of Eden by God for having dared put herself equal to the First Man, Adam. Aided by dark forces, she is in a war with the descendants of Adam. What if she had really existed? Lilith takes this simple premise, and follows her flight out of the Garden through her journey in time. Volatile, she was capable of tenderness, and would become the foundation for many of the gods and goddesses of early civilization. Aided in her journey with a demonic horse, and her relationship with the Dark Lord, she struggles with her destiny.

Book Review

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