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Jezebel (eBook)

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Jezebel eBook Cover, written by Gabriel Grantham
Jezebel eBook Cover,
written by Gabriel Grantham
Author(s) Gabriel Grantham
Series Hell
Publisher Archangel
Publication date October 20, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 17 Pages
ISBN 9781311254580

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

Jezebel is an eBook written by Gabriel Grantham. It is the first work in the Hell series by this author. In this work the character Jezebel is a Succubus.


  • Title: Jezebel
  • Author: Gabriel Grantham
  • Published By: Archangel
  • Length: 17 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • IBSN: 9781311254580
  • ASIN: B00QCSU4Z0
  • Publishing Date: October 20, 2014

Plot Summary

Jezebel reigned in Hell as Queen of the Succubi. Empowered by Lust, Jezebel was the Embodiment of Lust, Sex, The Lascivious, The Lustful, Ultimate Man Eater. Born a Demogorgon V-Class Succubus from Archangel Michael and a Daughter of Eve, Jezebel held Hell Lordship, and descended to take her place as a ruler of Demonic Realms, where Jezebel possessed the powers of a Dark Lord as a Demon Queen on par with the Seven Princes of Hell.

A seductive devil on an eternal journey for the fall of man into the sins of the flesh as she fed on the Souls of the fallen. With connections to powerful people in the criminal underworld, and as a powerful figure in organized crime, she took on a human disguise to blend in with society as Jezebel Jackson, a multimillionaire businesswoman from London, England living in Los Angeles, United States.

Lawless lands of Demons, the Abyss, shrouded under the eternal night of the deep places of the Earth, without Sunlight, Moonlight or Starlight, where Deals with the Devils, Demon Lords, Archdevils and Noble Demons were commonplace. Where Demons dwelt in serene darkness and dark mansions in the Demonic Paradise Cities of Diábolos, Iblīs, Ba‘al Zəbûb, Azâzêl, Ašmədʾāy, Šamdōn, Šidonʾāy, Ǎḇaddōn, Naamah, Apollyōn, Typhōn, Thánatos, Veles, Volos, Dis, Pandemonium, Vingólf, Vyriy, and Asphodel.

Wars were waged by Demogorgon Demons, the highest class and pinnacle of power, so strong their strength could devastate Earth. A Demogorgon Demon was strong enough to destroy hordes of Demons by themselves. They were transcendent Demons of Demonic nature with divinely powerful Devil Souls as their immense power and strength shattered the war zones of Hell, riven in twain as they waged nightmarish wars against each other, Demonic Energy focused into lasers, barriers, blasts. Demogorgons distorted dimensions as the Demonic Entities moved so fast they left thunder in their wake, their lightning-pace was surreal as afterimages blurred. Glorious Noble Demons, Demon Lords, Archdevils of Hell.

Elite and powerful Demons of godlike power, Demonic Entities of pure evil and unimaginable power to cause apocalyptic cataclysms, possessed powers beyond the comprehension of lesser Demonic creatures. Power to single-handedly crush the combined might of all Legions of Hell, and tear asunder the Heavens themselves, they were grounded to their own realms by ancient means, vulnerable only to holy artifacts and symbols, and limited by the existence of stronger entities as powerful as hypernovae, supernovae, supermassive black holes, and starquakes.

Demogorgons controlled Demonic Energy and Demonic Magic as they unleashed hellish mystical power, deep reservoirs of primordial darkness as they learned to harness the ancient darkness, forged and wielded Demonic Weaponry as they created powerful Demonic weapons specifically suited for the Hell Lords.

Auras of crushing pressure and electrifying energy fields, Demons were paralyzed by their presence, power great enough to shift continents and twist the very air around themselves to Force 12 Hurricane Winds, twisting F5 Tornadoes to touchdown, Category 5 Hurricanes to form as Mega Tsunami rushed ashore with huge waves, seas completely white with foam and spray. Air filled with driving spray. Earthquakes of total destruction collapsed all buildings, shaking extended to distant locations, objects thrown into the air as the ground moved in waves and ripples as landscapes altered, the routes of rivers changed, shattered the Earth as beyond catastrophic, cataclysmic, mega-colossal, VEI 8 Supervolcanic Apocalyptic eruptions with ejecta volume greater than 1,000 km3, 240 cu miles went off. Their arrival was Armageddon.

Divided into two types, V-Class and X-Class, V-Class were very rare and their strengths were unknown. X-Class was World Annihilation.

Jezebel was V-Class . . .

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on October 2, 2015

The summary seems to point towards a story that begins in the current day and continues from there. What in fact seems to happen is that the story begins with Jezebel, the succubus of the work, being present in the middle of a war. It tells a short story about what happens there before skimming onwards into a larger story, but not in detail, and then… things get confusing. But I’ll return to that a bit later on.

Jezebel is not quite a stereotypical Succubus in character, and thankfully she has no hooves, is the image of the seductress, and more importantly, she is intelligent, powerful, and isn’t afraid to be exactly who she is and do the things she is capable of. I liked her from the moment she appears in the story and there is a lot of personality and strength of will in her that does make for some really interesting story telling… at first.

The beginning of the work, seeing her in her role in what seems to be a war among demons is well done and , in truth, that on its own would make for an entire book by itself. It isn’t over the top erotica, in fact there is very little erotica, the story does not need that, and that works well because it tells of Jezebel’s will and what she is capable of doing beyond her powers of a Succubus. The problem comes in that the story in the war comes to an end very quickly and then what follows reads like the outline to her life, things that she does, and then the story comes to a sudden halt when an unexpected conflict confronts her.

But unlike the war told well, this is all bits and pieces, teases of story and nothing more. It pales in comparison to the beginning of the work and that takes quite a lot from it. Then the work takes another turn and there is a massive information dump about beings, monsters and so on that just feels like it was added into the work to pad out the length.

In short, the work is unfocused and scattered which is a problem. Within the pages of the work it is billed as a prologue to a series, but it doesn’t feel like a prologue as a whole. The story of the war does and does that well, but it is the telling of what comes next and then the odd addition of the information dump that removes any sort of structure to the work.

This didn’t need to happen at all. The author should have told the story of Jezebel in war, in much more detail, more than they did. That is a story that I found to be very interesting and I wanted more of that. There are so many questions left unanswered, and the characters that appear alongside Jezebel as well are fascinating. But that isn’t built on. It should have been rather than skipped over.

Two out of five pitchforks.

It’s just so scattered a work as a whole that it is hard to understand why the work is written the way it is. If it was just the opening itself with a better summary than this work has it would be perfectly fine and that alone would keep my interest in reading this tale in the following parts. But the addition of a passage that fells like it was put in to pad the length of the work just creates so much confusion and that wasn’t necessary at all. More of the past told would have been good. Focus on that and the rest will come when it should otherwise.

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