Arm of Gedden: The Last Prophet by Grant Amadeus
A narcoleptic Hawaiian monk must save the world with the help of fallen angels and an irritable Seraph.
It's 4024 A.D. and the world is about to go to Hell. Literally.
A young Hawaiian monk, Hanau, is content to enjoy his seafood, chores, and frequent naps. However, forces have conspired to completely ruin his good time. For unknown reasons, the Lord Gedden and his Seraphim have designated Hanau as the lynchpin in their final gambit to save existence. Seven Seals, created in a lost past, are preventing Heaven's warriors from intervening on the Earthen plane, and in the short span of four human years, Satanael will break free from his icy bonds with only one thought on his mind: revenge.
Assisted by the Archangel of Balance and seven fallen Tarshishim, Hanau leaves his monastery in search of the elusive Seals, combating men and demons, fleeing from the Antichrist, and falling asleep at very inopportune times. Of course, he has little time to waste. If he cannot find and destroy the Seals, then the legions of Hell will surely prevail.
The manuscript you see is fully completed, save for whatever minor edits I throw in here and there. Actually, I've finished half of the five-book series. So yeah.
- Classification: Moderate
- Work is: Fully available on Authonomy
- First submitted Sept. 4, 2011
- Last updated Sept. 4, 2011
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