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Death and Human Resources by Mark Andrew Swan begins with a summons from Hell to Azreal. Azreal was an archangel with a small body but large wings. He was a skeleton. His mission and assignment were to name everything that was made. He was promoted twice because of his dedication to his job; he wanted to impress his father. Angel Gabriel appointed him to take minutes at every meeting held in the room of virtue and punctuality, with his father's approval. According to the plan, Father created humans, both men and women, while the other hosts of heaven created other living things. Azreal was assigned to collect light from the deaths, but he was disappointed when he discovered what the father was doing with the light. As a result, he resigned from his position. What happened to him after he quit his job? What was the father doing with the lights Azreal collected? Get a copy and learn more.
Reading this fascinating story had me completely absorbed. My preconceived notions about creation were changed by this story. Lucifer, who was admired by his fellow angels, tried to overthrow his father because of his greed and thirst for power. After reading how Lucifer made it rain on earth without his father's permission, I became disappointed in him. My understanding of rebellion in heaven was confirmed after reading about the angel Sariel, who was sent to the world to watch over mankind but turned into a deity toward them. I was trying to picture Lucifer's strategy for persuading other angels to join him in fighting their father. The original plans God had for man were good, but they were thwarted when Sariel, an angel, chose to become a god, and Lucifer sent rain to flood the earth.
Angel Michael, who consistently obeys his father's orders without regard for his own interests, is my favorite character in this novel. The author's method of compiling this knowledge into a book, as most of it was not contained in the Bible, astounded me. This indicates that the author conducted an in-depth study prior to authoring this book. The writing style was excellent. Every page went to the next. Action and suspense are expertly woven together in this work by the author. I was glued to the book as I read about Angel Azreal and wanted to know what happened to him after he quit his job out of rage.

There is nothing about this book that I detest. I must admit that the author's talent for creativity made the book a pleasure to read from beginning to end. This book taught me to never trust anyone, no matter what their position. I changed my lifestyle after reading this story. I congratulate the author on this imaginative writing. I also want to acknowledge the editor for a job well done. This book is exceptionally edited because I didn't find any typos or other errors.

I rate this book five out of five stars because it has expanded my understanding of how to trust people. I know Father will be shocked to see Lucifer fighting him with other angels. I recommend this book to everyone, especially those who desire to know more about creation and what transpired in the heavenly realm.

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Post by Nathaniel sarah »

What an interesting plot. The way I thought about creation has changed completely after reading your review. God had good plans for humanity, but the selfishness of some angels made God change his initial plan for humanity. I wonder what will become of Azreal after quitting his job. Great review.
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Post by Sophia_D_Ajayi »

Wow this plot is unique and intriguing. I've always had the fascination with Angel's and the heavenly realm. I am intrigued to read this book because the story is interesting.
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Post by Sara Bartolomeu »

This reminds me so much about "Lucifer" the serie. I loved the angels stories. I hope I get a chance to read this one. Great job!
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