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Lilith Rises (eBook)

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Lilith Rises
Lilith Rises Reissue eBook Cover, written by Terry R. Lacy
Lilith Rises Reissue eBook Cover,
written by Terry R. Lacy
Author(s) Terry R. Lacy
Publisher BookBaby (Original)
Howling Beagle Publications (Reissue)
Publication date October 1, 2012 (Original)
July 24, 2015 (Reissue)
Media type eBook
Length 325 Pages
ASIN B009OJR60U (Original)
B012J1QPVA (Reissue)

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


Lilith Rises Original eBook Cover, written by Terry R. Lacy

Lilith Rises is an eBook written by Terry R. Lacy. In this work, one of the characters carries the soul of Lilith and must deal with what that revelation means. In addition, the story of Lilith is told through the course of the tale.


Overview

  • Title: Lilith Rises
  • Author: Terry R. Lacy
  • Published By: BookBaby (Original), Howling Beagle Publications (Reissue)
  • Length: 325 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B009OJR60U (Original), B012J1QPVA (Reissue)
  • Publishing Date: October 1, 2012 (Original), July 24, 2015 (Reissue)


Plot Summary

Deep in the heartland of America, at a thousand-year-old effigy mound in southern Ohio, an ancient coven of witches attempts to bring about Armageddon by awakening Lilith’s soul. Lilith is the first woman created by God, before the more compliant Eve, and the mother of all demons, often depicted as the Whore of Babylon riding the Beast in the Book of Revelations. Her soul resides in the body of twenty-year-old, Teresa Moore, who is unaware of her past and why Lilith’s voice lures her away from her Catholic upbringing. As Teresa gives birth to a daughter, the coven senses the arrival and sends its most cunning sister, Briana, to capture Teresa and awaken Lilith’s soul. Will Teresa learn about her past in time to stop Lilith’s rise and the onset of Armageddon?

The legend of Lilith’s creation and her choice to leave Eden rather than be subservient to Adam is woven throughout the story, giving voice to a character who while mentioned in every major religion was largely edited out of Christianity. Women’s rights groups, Wiccans, and Druids have championed her. Like dragons and the devil, she is an unexplainable yet integral part of our culture.


Book Review

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