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In the darkest days of the Dark Ages, the people of France faced both the Black Plague and desperate gangs of men who wandered the depopulated countryside looting and raping. Tomas, a disgraced knight, is one of these men. When he and his group of hardened men come across a farm where they can find a meal, they also encounter a girl orphaned by the Plague. An unnerving picture of innocence, she tells Tomas that the disease is only part of a greater, more significant cataclysm--that the fallen angels under Lucifer are rising in a second war on heaven. Is she really blessed, or is it delirium? As hell unleashes its fury and the true nature of the girl is revealed, Tomas finds himself on a macabre battleground of angels and demons, sinners and saints, and a damnable struggle for nothing less than the soul of man.
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