Book Reviews: Lucifer's Son (The Temptation Chronicles Book 1) by Sergey Mavrodi
|4.5 stars, 4 reviews|
Sergey Mavrodiabout this book: Runaway best seller in Russia now available in English. "...deliciously creepy explorations of the macabre." Kirkus Reviews. "This imaginative Dark Fantasy explores the innate depravity in the hearts of man." Kristine Morris, Foreword Magazine. Conceived in the darkness of a Russian prison cell amid criminals and gangsters, Mavrodi's masterpiece series, The Temptation Chronicles, erupts onto the scene with book 1, Lucifer's Son. Appearing to men and women as a youthful thirty-five or so, Lucifer is more than willing to help gullible men and desperate women satisfy their most darkest desires, seemingly without cost...that is, until the final bill is presented. Then the devil will have its due. Lucifer's son can only look on in amazement as his father induces the eagerly willing - even avid - into accepting his free services. Will they ever learn?
Compared favorably to renown horror authors Dean Koontz, Stephen KIng and Bram Stoker, Mavrodi captures the pure evil essence of the dark, forbidden desires of mankind, revealing what lays deep in the subconscious mind of humanity.
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great bookThe world is cruel, and it is necessary to adapt to any circumstances in order to survive. Temptation lurks us at every turn, and we must choose. In the book, I found answers to many questions that I have to face in my life. I definitely recommend everyone to read it. [by Alex Well]
GreatDon't fear reading this book just because of the title, do not judge the book from the cover, get in to reading this book, you will be amazed with this wonderful writing by Mavrodi Sergey. It's wonderful to get more knowledge through reading as many books as you can. [by Aleko]
best horror bookThis book will unleash the horror side in you, and will educate you about the spiritual part of the world. I recommend any of you who can and have means to get it, get to themselves. [by george bush]
not badThe book is not bad, though I cannot agree with everything. I recommend this book to those who love mystery. Every chapter is a little story about a man and temptations that he/she should resist. I believe, people are not so weak. But the author describes their characters and these who can easily be tempted. Well. People are different. [by Ira]
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