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Armageddon? (The Salvation War, #1) When All Hell Breaks Loose On Earth, All Earth Will Break Loose On HellThe Salvation War Is A Web Original, Written By Stuart Slade, Which Premiered Online In The Beginning Of The Year 2008, And Starts By Asking One Question What Happens When God Declares That Humanity Shall Forever Be Kept Away From Heaven, And All Souls And Bodies Are Now Property Of Satan Humanity Chooses To Fight Back, Declaring War On Both Heaven And Hell.

10 thoughts on “Armageddon? (The Salvation War, #1)

  1. says:

    The basic premise of this story no spoiler, this actually happens just before the story begins is that God is sick of mankind not obeying him and not worshipping him, so he declares heaven closed to mankind, says everyone is going to hell, and leaves Satan in charge Mankind doesn t accept this and ends up at war with the forces of hell.This was originally written as a series of blog posts, and whilst I m sure Stuart Slade proofread his own work, that is usually not that successful, so there are a fair number of spelling and grammatical errors It s also very long, a bit over 250,000 words someone has since collected all the blog posts and combined them, so there is a complete copy floating around online, but there has been no editing done.It s an interesting premise, and generally a fun read, but he is a military journalist, so he does tend to get a little over enthusiastic on the mi...

  2. says:

    Pretty damn good, although I am giving a looot of slack since it is unpublished, not formally edited, and given for free on the internet If I bought it at a proper bookstore I might have ripped it apart for its sometimes clunky prose and typos, and by might I mean definitely In this particular case I can t get too mad.I would still be pretty affectionate in my review since this is a incred...

  3. says:

    I found the premise and thr setting very interesting, however one can notice the divergence of the writing style between the different contributors, as well as the extreme weapon obsession For less military savvy readers, it can get quite overwhelming to be faced...

  4. says:

    An interesting premise that I have not encountered before I like that he avoided the temptation to load it up with historical figures and for the most part it was a very enjoyable read.

  5. says:

    MilSF crossed with Christian eschatology, but in a good way The author of this series knows quite a bit about modern military hardware, perhaps going a bit overboard at times describing it, but that s really part of the fun here you get to read lots of lavishly described battle scenes between the might modern day Earth can field versus a bunch of demons that last fought bronze age rabble and are going into battle expecting us to be impressed by lightning bolts and pitch forks It s not all curb stomp battles, though, as the forces of Hell have a bunch of other tricks up their sleeves that makes things not quite so certain for the good guys.While I liked the story overall, it could really use a thorough going over by an editor or two That would tidy up a lot of the little typos and technical glitches as ...

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    Lo, a great voice called out from the Heavens, proclaiming the start of Armageddon, mankind s final battle The gates of Hell have opened, and the demonic legions are set to conquer the world and throw the souls of the sinners into the fiery pit of Gehennon.Humanity responds with overwhelming force, and quickly gains the upper hand, because as it turns out daemons, angels, and Yahweh himself are no winged sacks of meat, who will bleed and die when shot at.The premise is fresh enough, although it s been done before Robert Sheckley s Battle comes to mind The plot as a whole is okay it s mostly war porn, but there are a few twists and turns, and some characters you can actually care for The godawful prose an...

  7. says:

    This book reads like an unholy collaboration between Tom Clancy and Philip Pullman Basically, what happens is that all of a sudden, humanity is informed that Satan is now their master, and they are to prepare for an eternity of torment.Unfortunately, Satan and his opposite number has not been in touch with events on earth for many centuries Ooops Demons have some few advantages, but these are quickly countered, and they turn out to be terribly vulnerable to modern weapons And once the humans learn the secret of getting i...

  8. says:

    An entertaining yet terrifying amalgamation of cliches It reads fine most of the time, and the sequel is worth it Feels like reading a stoned Tom Clancy who suddenly really likes the word retooling No, seriously.

  9. says:

    interesting story

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