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The tables have turned. Primordial grounds have shifted. And one guy is threatening to throw the world off balance. His name is Lucifer. Tired of being the bad guy, he seeks re-entry into Heaven’s good books, but can evil ever cease to exist? In The Devil’s Redemption: The Halcyon Atonement by Ordin K. Cambel, life was unfolding as usual until a boy picked up a ring in the snow. Alas, the ring was the Devil’s, and it didn’t take Howe long to realize he had an ex-angel on his shoulder! In a desperate attempt to silence Lucifer’s annoying voice in his head, Howe swallowed the ring. Nevertheless, Howe couldn’t stop himself from telling the world, in a telepathic broadcast, about a looming alien invasion and his plan for a new world order. The world descended into chaos. Humans became a war-mongering race, and it seemed like it was Lucifer’s grand plan to overrun the Earth, but the war came, and he helped through Howe. However, it appears to be another trick to gain trust as he edges toward his real aim: getting Metatron’s cube. The cube can change reality; Hell’s and maybe even Heaven’s. Or not? The only certainty is that Lucifer might look like a good guy, but he remains as cunning as ever as he embarks on his oddest quest yet.
Get in here, fairytale lovers, supernatural genre buffs, and alien civilization enthusiasts. Ordin K. Cambel has finally put what we’ve been thinking on paper. Ordin paints a terrifying yet enticing world where the harbinger of all things evil decides to call it a day. Incredible, isn’t it? Lucifer did not have all the lights focused on him, though. The famed Reptilians of Draconia also get enough page time to surpass their conspiracy-theory reputation. The Devil’s Redemption is stunning. It pushes the boundaries of imagination in an unending parade of the best technology the sci-fi genre offers. It also features unprecedented Mortal-Kombat-style warfare between superheroes and demons. Everywhere you look, be it peace or war or repentance, it’s being done on a cosmic scale. With an unrushed narration that stimulates the imagination and characters that are flawed and human, you will have a hard time forgetting the premise of this book. The Devil’s Redemption contains its share of twists, but the level of improvisation and ingenuity, specifically regarding Hitler and Napoleon, made the plot look so real. Also, incorporating different lore and alien legends into the narrative made it much more dramatic and believable. I really liked how Ordin complicated the plot with the characters’ emotions and Lucifer’s journey to the 8th Circle of Hell with strategic opponents and a final riddle. It was poetic.