The Wreckage of Paradise

The Wreckage of Paradise Ten Seconds to Midnight Sabriel seductive fallen angel that she is has been playing games with the souls of mortals and devils alike The demons Hasmed and Usiel have both felt the sting of her tende

  • Title: The Wreckage of Paradise
  • Author: Greg Stolze
  • ISBN: 0099379100923
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ten Seconds to Midnight Sabriel, seductive fallen angel that she is, has been playing games with the souls of mortals and devils alike The demons Hasmed and Usiel have both felt the sting of her tender mercies, but now they may be her only hope of staving off an apocalypse The ancient creature called Avitu has decided that humanity, demons, and all the universe want notTen Seconds to Midnight Sabriel, seductive fallen angel that she is, has been playing games with the souls of mortals and devils alike The demons Hasmed and Usiel have both felt the sting of her tender mercies, but now they may be her only hope of staving off an apocalypse The ancient creature called Avitu has decided that humanity, demons, and all the universe want nothing than oblivion Can Sabriel prove it wrong Does she even want to About the Author Greg Stolze is the author of countless roleplaying products, both for White Wolf and other top publishers His fiction has appeared in Adventure and Demon Lucifers Shadow The Wreckage of Paradise concludes his Trilogy of the Fallen.

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    1. Off my back already Nicky Khan!!! It's done!I started reading these around 2002 or 2003, to be honest I don't remember. I started off reading this again two days ago, so I was at an extreme handicap. Slowly but surely I got myself acquainted again with the characters: Hasmed the Scourge, Sabriel the Defiler, Usiel the Reaper, Gaviel the Devil. Oh yeah, and a guy named Lucifer. You mighta heard of him.The story circles around an Earthbound demon named Avitu who believes that the Host's biggest mi [...]

    2. This series was really good, left wide open though. I was sad at what happened to Usial, sad with Tina's and Hasmed's fate, Happy with Thomas, Sabriel, & Blackie's though. It just goes to show you that sometimes things work out and somethings don't. Still very good books and I highly recommend!

    3. Do not be fooled by the terrible cover art and the low production value. This is an incredible series. One of my favorite fantasy series.

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