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God Has Heard

(Lilium #1)

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God has returned with a gun in his hands. Now, he wants to play a game.

Nephilim are the super-weapons of the future, hapless pawns in an unending trench war between two great super-nations: the theocratic, totalitarian state of the UNAC, and the techno-socialist Pacific Alliance.

The Samuel-226 PatriotRangers are one of the most successful units in t
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Kindle Edition, 100 pages
Published March 18th 2014 by Gift Horse Publishing
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Maryann Breedlove
An Awesome Military Dystopian Sci-Fi novella, Dark, gritty, 100% Alpha Male. No Matter your genre... This novella will grab you

First allow me to inform potential readers, This novella has a very strong religious storyline however it is NOT a story about religion or mainstream Christian beliefs. This is a Sci-Fi novella.

Second allow me to tell potential readers this is not my genre, I am a 50yr old educated woman. I rarely read Sci-Fi and certainly not military fiction. ...more
Ty Roper
Mar 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Raw. Intense. Unexpected and believable. Lilium is set in a well crafted, dirty, unpleasant future world. Perfect for the story line. The characters are tightly brought to life and uncomfortable. Which is right for this radical religious, military story. Imagining a future reality like Lilium twisted my mind.

This is a novella, so a short intense read. I enjoyed the story and look forward to future novellas or longer length expansions of this world.
Ivanka Towers DelaRosa
Feb 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Every time I read it impresses me more , because of his great drama that has.
Sylvia
May 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror
Lilium is very easy to read, a real pageturner.
I never read anything quite like this and didn't knew I'd like the genre untill now.
It also gives a very interesting view on religion behind the scenes.

I'd love to read more of this!
Heather Halloran
Feb 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
As someone who has a hard time getting into military dramas, this went above and beyond in pulling me in. The world is masterfully crafted and is as deep as it is dark. I felt very small and very scared throughout; the experience was like living with an emotionally abusive sibling or partner who has all of the control and all of the answers, only doling them out to you in resentful little rations. It's not for the faint of heart.

As a novella, it packs a lot of intensity into a short read, and t
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Dragon Award-nominated author James Osiris Baldwin is a transgender man from Australia who writes gritty LGBT-inclusive, dark fantasy and science fiction. He was the former Contributing Editor for the Australian Journal of Dementia Care and has also worked for Alzheimer's Australia.

He currently lives in Seattle with his lovely wife, a precocious flame-point Siamese cat, and far too man
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