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"One day . . . I realized that being angelic and fallen was very similar to being human and fallen--except for one major difference: the provision of a messiah. I immediately wondered what it must feel like to be unquestionably damned--and worse, to watch humans luxuriate in and take for granted the grace made available to them from a doting God. And I thought: Why wouldn't a fallen angelic creation resent a human recipient of God's grace? And why wouldn't a demon want to prove that creature unworthy again and again as a result? Now I knew what it must feel like to be an angelic outsider looking in with jealous eyes and . . . through this new lens "Demon: A Memoir" was born." --Tosca Lee
"So few books rattle me to the core yet lift my hopes to the heavens in the same breath. Tosca Lee's "Demon: A Memoir" is a rare find that must be read."
Ted Dekker, "New York Times" best-selling author of the Circle Trilogy
"Wise, imaginative, funny and poetic, this is a book that lingers in memory after you've turned the last page."
Sophy Burnham, "New York Times" best-selling author of "A Book of Angels
"Fresh, yet older than time. Years from now, we may find other books being compared to this one."
Eric Wilson, "New York Times" best-selling author of "Fireproof"
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