Demon Tears

Demon Tears Bishop Robert Patrick had no sympathy at all for the gang of stupid boys who d befriended the demon They d been enthralled to be sure but that didn t entirely excuse their complacency It had taken h

  • Title: Demon Tears
  • Author: Joshua Dagon
  • ISBN: 9780978995522
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bishop Robert Patrick had no sympathy at all for the gang of stupid boys who d befriended the demon They d been enthralled, to be sure, but that didn t entirely excuse their complacency It had taken him years to track down the demon, the skotos, but he d finally cornered it in Los Angeles The city, Robert discovered, was positively teeming with hedonists and homosexualsBishop Robert Patrick had no sympathy at all for the gang of stupid boys who d befriended the demon They d been enthralled, to be sure, but that didn t entirely excuse their complacency It had taken him years to track down the demon, the skotos, but he d finally cornered it in Los Angeles The city, Robert discovered, was positively teeming with hedonists and homosexuals, tweakers and twits, deviants and demons Despite the attractive, human form the skotos had assumed, Robert recognized it The time to act had come The demon would be put back where it belonged, contained among the treasures of the Church for the rest of time True, matters were complicated by the crew of stupid, stupid boys Maybe they were clueless, and therefore innocent, but it didn t matter Robert had everything he needed the ancient vessel of brass, the enthusiastic support of the Church, and through obvious signs and inspiration the unquestionable direction of the Divine The final confrontation was inevitable, sweeping aside the sinful and the sacred alike Unfortunate about the boys Robert would pray for them In this startling and deeply moving conclusion to The Fallen, Joshua Dagon takes his characters and his readers on an exhilarating ride generously filled with humor, excitement, personal exploration, and often surprising wisdom For three months, Nick, Darren, and their friends have been living it up with the generosity of the fallen angel, Marbas But another ancient and powerful demon has been chasing Marbas, with plans of her own Without compromising his clear compassion for every one of his characters, Joshua Dagon takes an unflinching look at the perils of blind faith, prejudice, and arrogance Demon Tears leaves us with the hope that even the most desperate of us can ultimately become than what we are.

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    1. 5+ StarsIn Joshua Dagon’s The Fallen, the anthropomorphic manifestation of fallen angel Marbas enters the lives of a small group of L.A. friends, revealing himself as “Scott”, the cousin of central character Nick Reynolds. Nick meets Scott in an alley one evening when Nick becomes ill, and the supernatural being saves Nick’s life. They form a bond, and Scott subsequently imparts enlightenment upon this otherwise unremarkable aspiring actor/model.As Scott enters the lives of this social c [...]

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