• Earthbound

Earthbound

Earthbound

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  • Author
    Larry Richards
  • Publisher
    Tate Publishing
  • Publication date
    01 September 2009

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Earthbound

  • Author

    Larry Richards

  • Date Published

    01 September 2009

  • Publisher

    Tate Publishing

  • Pages

    277 pages

  • ISBN

    9781606048313

Book Description

"Earthbound" chronicles the tangled relationships that develop between three species: angels, demons, and humans, who are engaged in an invisible war between good and evil. In this first of six novels about the Invisible War, Dr. Larry Richards reveals the origins of the war and the roots of the continuing struggle involving spirit beings and humans. While this warfare is invisible to mortal eyes, it has a deadly impact on human history as well as on our lives today. Led by the powerful angel Lucifer a third of the angels rebel against the Creator. Satan and his followers are transformed into demons and given control of Earth. Eons later the Creator decimates the planet and the living creatures Satan has corrupted. The Creator reshapes Earth and places the first humans in Eden, where Satan's throne had once pierced the heavens. Convinced that the Creator intends to use the humans against him in the war, Satan sets events in motion that have a deadly impact on the human race. But when demons mate with human women and produce giants called Nephelim, they cross a line established by the Creator. The guilty demons are hunted down, and a corrupt human society rushes toward a devastating judgment.

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