From Library Journal
"Poor Lucifer! So perfect so frustrated!" exclaims another angel in jest, not realizing how truthful his statement is. As the Lord's Chief Angel of Worship, Lucifer glories in creating music and words of praise exalting the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, but his pride demands he be recognized as better than the other angels. When his old friends Michael and Gabriel are promoted to archangel status, Lucifer turns his attention to being named steward of the Lord's latest wonder, the Creation, and he won't let anyone stop him not even an insignificant pest called man. Shafer skillfully debates free will vs. blind obedience as he offers insight into Heaven before the Fall in the first book in a trilogy. Fans of Madeleine L'Engle's Many Waters, angels, fantasy, or biblical fiction will enjoy. Purchase accordingly.
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Fans of Madeleine L'Engle's "Many Waters," angels, fantasy, or biblical fiction will enjoy. -- Library Journal, June 2002