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Fall From Grace (Volume 1) Paperback – January 14, 2015
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Vividly descriptive, Fall From Grace takes you directly into the depths of the greatest battle of all time. With gorgeously sculpted characters, J. Edwards Ritchie draws you into the heart of the conflict from the first page. His talented story-telling is strikingly expressive, allowing you to feel every emotion – whether it be joy or agony – as if you were living the story firsthand. I found Fall From Grace to be highly addictive, pleasantly eloquent, and terrifyingly descriptive in places (in a good way, though). His character work was so on-point that I could feel my heart break as the beautiful society began to unravel. With a fabulous use of adjectives and emotions, Ritchie was able to paint a picture of this stunning world- granting you the ability to envision it clearly in your mind. I was thoroughly blown away by the twists and turns taking place in the plot- you couldn’t truly hate any of the characters on either side of the war after being brought into their horrors, their pain, and their souls.
Ritchie's story is neither necessarily Biblical or unbiblical; it is congruent with Biblical revelations regarding angels while also limited in what the story covers. It is not a Christian novel; however, I recommend it to Christians who I think will find it appealing and enlightening. I am pleased that this is Volume I in a series, because it leaves much to explore in future books. Mankind plays an indirect role in this story and remains on the outskirts of the drama, even though their creation is a significant issue among the angels' conflicts. Ritchie's imaginative speculation of heaven and the angels' lives is splendid. There are areas that I believe might be close to the reality I imagine among angels.Read more ›
I knew this was fiction so I didn't expect anything other than fiction. Ritchie's writing was uninspired and did not hold my interest. I'm sorry to say I can't recommend this book.
What I loved most about this book were the intense and well-planned details on how this Heaven operates, from it's hierarchical societal structure to the imaginative technologies that are seamlessly integrated into everyday angel life. This is fantastic, smart and at times graphically violent novel that will definitely change your perspective on those placid faced ornaments that top our Christmas trees.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
That's what J. Edward Ritchie has crafted in Fall From Grace.
Generally, I'm hesitant about stories that depict Heaven. Read more
I think this is a book every Christian should. It confirms how truly evil Satan and his Minnions are.Published 1 month ago by sara
I could not put the book down, I would when I had the chance continue reading. It may be fiction but l like how the author gives the Angels depth emotions and how vivid language... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
An absolutely great read!!! The author creates an entire world, into to which the reader is easily drawn, and can visualize as close to the point of recalling a first person... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dark star
Absolutely LOVED this book, an adventure, a truth and an awakening. This is a Quick read and thought provoking read , I couldn't wait to get back to it every evening. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tamara
This book was so amazing, I could not put it down. Can't wait to to read more from this authorPublished 8 months ago by Michele
This was a riveting book from start to finish. Fall From Grace captured the imagination right out the gate and did not let up until the last page was finished. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lorraine Keopuhiwa
It does not matter if you hold to a particular religious belief. Pure and simple, this is just a very well-written story. Yep, it is about angels. Read morePublished 10 months ago by TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer