I, Lucifer: Finally, the Other Side of the Story
Publish date: December 1st 2007
Publisher: Grove Press
Pages no: 276
Edition language: English
Can't get in to this right now and it's due back at the library so on the 'paused' shelf it goes. I'll pick it up again later.
”Once upon a...Time, you’ll be pleased to know--and since one must start somewhere--was created in creation.What was there before creation? is meaningless. Time is a property of creation. What there was was the Old Chap peering in a state of perpetual nowness up His own almighty sphincter trying to ...
Glen Duncan definitely deserves credit for having the courage to approach such a controversial topic as telling the Lucifer's side of story. However, the story he tells is a story no man can actually tell, therefore, it comes out nothing if predictable. Nevertheless, Duncan's attempt at it is a good...
Page 6 and the book just described a majestic trajectory across the room. The concept has so much promise but I don't think I can go on reading a book narrated by such a blatant asshole. He dishes out homophobia nice and early on page 1 (ONE!)* and a yummy side of misogyny on page 4** and then goes ...
I just couldn't handle the presentation of the prose.
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