” Lucifer Speaks ” candidly in New Poetry Book

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Lucifer Speaks ” candidly in New Poetry Book

Call him Lucifer, Satan or Beelzebub, he is a goat. A scapegoat, reveals the Devil himself.
The Devil presents his side of the story, personally via rhyming verse, in new epic by author Leagan E. Kasper. “What, I ask you have I done, for many to shun me ?” is the first sentence uttered by Lucifer as he journeys through memory lane finding no evil in shedding light when it’s getting too dark.
Once,  one of the 13 Judges of the highest court in heaven, he goes against God’s decree to destroy earth and instead wants to safe it, by shedding ” light”. Given but a thousand years to turn man to the good, the task seems tougher than anticipated. Humanity turned vile and shuns the one appointed steward, by the Lord, to look after earth. Man turned away from the Lord, defiling God’s creation, causing the one who was supposed to shed light, thus referred to as the light bearer, to flee and hide as wandering shepherd of goat.

The crown of creation eventually depicted as goat horns to be turned into an evil beast people are told to fear. Known as Satan, the Devil, Beelzebub, Lucifer, all of which are terms referring to him, he feels forced to reveal his name. ” Lucifer Speaks ”  is an extraordinary read, with a surprise ending in which Lucifer ends his journey by shedding light on the mystery.

Lucifer Speaks ” is available at every book seller, internationally, including Amazon and Barnes&Nobels. You can also Buy directly from Distributor

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