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Most know the story of Satan’s challenge against God that began a heavenly great war and the defeat of the devil and his sentencing to Hell.
Credara Rise of the Kraylen, by J E Henderson, weaves a science fiction tale of Satan’s army and their quest to free their leader to once again challenge God and his angels for what they feel is their proper place to rule.
Behind the scenes God, Angels and man have been preparing for the conflict and the threat against heaven itself and to the human race that Satan and his army so detest.
Far removed from near by towns and territories dutifully a group of monks practice their arts of defense, meditation and prayers secretly preparing the great Sitcian warrior that will lead the battle against Satan’s army of Kraylen that are intent on freeing their general from his blazing pit of doom.
The time comes where the Kraylen make their move and the priests now must reveal to the young priest Agean that it is he who carries the duty to be warrior that will lead the way to the great battle between man, angel and demons to see who will rule Earth and possibly heaven.
Armed with his swords of Hamen, the Credara and the companionship of the Sitcian warrior, in the form of a hawk, Flittorin rides to find the other 3 warriors that have been prepared for the great battle to aid Agean to defeat the devil’s army.
Agean and his companions soon learn that their enemies are diabolical and cunning and it will take them working as a team to defeat them and save the angel of death that has now been captured.
J E Henderson writes a great novel of good against evil in this fiction novel of Credara Rise of the Kraylen in which Agean, a reluctant hero, must race against time, defeat his own demons and work with his companions to save the world against those that have been cast out of heaven by God and his army of angels.
This book is available on the authors site.