The angels at God’s office complex regularly turn out amazing projects. Lucifer happens to be working on the development of humans, within the larger Creation project. The other angels involved seem satisfied creating beings that aren’t living or feeling, a major problem, since Lucifer needs to create actual personalities before the fast approaching release date. To top it all off, he needs to fit rebelling against the Creator into his busy life if he ever wants to get a corporate promotion.
“The novel follows in the comic tradition of Neil Gaiman’s “Good Omens” or “Lamb” by Christopher Moore,” according to TBPL Off the Shelf, and Amy Jones wrote in The Walleye, “This is a writer who knows how to spin a good yarn, and has a vast wealth of knowledge to back it up.”
While you’re here, you should also check out the lovely video made for Lucifer‘s campaign on Indiegogo. While the promotional stuff isn’t valid anymore, stick with it until the end; you won’t be disappointed:
If you want to hear me read an excerpt from Lucifer, check this out as well: