Requiem: Book One in The Apocalypse Trilogy
The Earth was plunged into darkness the day Lucifer was set free from Hell.
Blood ran like rivers in the streets as millions of humans were slaughtered by the Demons that crawled out of Hell with Lucifer. Earthquakes and tsunamis tore the Earth apart, destroying everything and everyone in their paths. When the humans started to lose faith, something extraordinary happened.
They fell from the skies by the thousands, descending like bright, flaming meteorites from Heaven. The Angels fought back against the Demons, driving their armies back. The human race thought that it would all be over soon, but they were wrong.
The humans soon grew tired, of both the Angels and the Demons. They rallied their forces, building weapons that could kill both the holy and unholy creatures. The humans went to war against the Angelic race and the Demonic race, slaughtering them like the Apocalypse had slaughtered the millions of people who came before them.
Soon, Angels turned against other Angels, turning their backs on their Father and went to Lucifer. Demons joined forces with the human race, in hopes of ending the Apocalypse. The Fallen Angels returned to their brethren to help the human race, wanting to return to Heaven when it was all over. And all the while, they continued to be slaughtered mercilessly by the human race.
The human race soon became the new breeds of Demons.
In the depths of all the blood, fire, chaos, and death, a beacon of light shined through. A prophecy that had been written in Heaven, was soon born. But as the child was born into a prophecy where it would end the Apocalypse, the child also had a prophecy in Hell as the Antichrist.
The Earth’s survival would be left in the hands of a child.
A mere mortal.