What was he thinking? Fiction: imaginary, pretend. My favorite type of fiction usually falls within the realm of Reed Arvin's Blood of Angels and Patricia Cornwell's Predator --mystery, murder, law, real-life situations made up. I'm not generally a huge sci-fi fan (too many vivid nightmares after the fact). That's why Wendy Alec's book The Fall of Lucifer sat on my desk for longer than it deserved.
The Fall of Lucifer is one of the finest novels I have ever read: superbly written, deeply moving, with a plot that leaves the Da Vinci Code in the shade. A prize-winning first book from a literary craftsman. Not only does this book entertain, it brings with a secret so powerful it is life changing.
--G P Taylor-New York Best selling author of Shadowmancer.
About the Author
Wendy Alec was born in London, England. Coming from a background in the arts and media, she is a prolific writer. Wendy is also the creative director of a leading global Christian broadcasting network that she co-founded with her husband.