It’s a new world for the first fifty Angels ever created. Heaven is under construction and the Angel’s training to become Guardians is about to begin. Heaven is brand new and under construction. The new Angels have been given knowledge, but nothing can prepare them for the astounding sights and smells. The Angels are mystified when they take a tour through new city. Unreal architecture (skyscraper made of white sand and seashells), birds of every color (pure gold) , and a city made of libraries (for those who loved reading on earth), are just a few of the particulars of the Angels initial experience. Our story revolves around the new Angel, Adlay; from his first breath, through extensive physical training, his Humanities class, his Worship class with Lucifer, all the way until a divine conspiracy is revealed. Adlay is special. He recognizes the way things should be and how they shouldn’t, especially in heaven. It isn’t long before Adlay gets a feeling Lucifer is up to something, and, with nobody believing him, he vows to find out what it is.
Between training and Lucifer, Adlay has his hands full.
Targeted Age Group:: 18-80
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
As a Christian, one of the most beguiling questions I have is how did Lucifer talk a third of the Angels in Heaven into overthrowing God? What could he possibly have said that would have them thinking they were not being cared for or whatever? That is my inspiration. I know it didn’t happen the way I portrayed it, but it did happen. I’m very happy with the outcome.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I was in a fraternity and I've played sports forever. In those types of environment you meet all types of personalities.
Raw energy exploded through the large room as fifty bolts of lightning ripped through the ceiling, piercing each torso with their own slice of electricity. The chests of the unconscious rose in sync as if tethered together by a marionette string. The lightning quickly blinked out, and the bodies crashed back to their tables.
A perfect quiet enveloped the spacious room.
As the smell of ozone wafted through the chamber, fifty bodies began to stir.
The group was extraordinarily unique. All measured between seven and eight feet tall with no visible body fat. Chiseled was the word, right out of a block of granite.
Even while lying prone, all gave the impression of being capable of tremendous physical feats. They appeared to be relatively young, in their late teens or early twenties with flawless skin, all male.
Being created and coming to full consciousness takes time. Slowly, one by one, chests began to rise and fall. A slight movement in the inert arms and legs. Eyes gradually opened. Some closed quickly, not ready for the incoming information. Processing such would take tremendous energy.
One of the creatures smiled as if lingering on a memory. He was visibly smaller than the others, just reaching seven feet tall. But what he lacked in height, he made up in muscle. He wore a blonde crew cut with piercing sky-blue eyes. He was handsome, but what made him more attractive was his demeanor. Very unassuming, non-threatening.
This is nice, he thought.
He didn’t know how he knew what the word nice meant or even why he thought it was nice.
There was something in the sweet aroma he couldn’t quite put his finger on. There was a sense of wholesomeness, newness in the air. It pleased him.
This was Adlay.
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