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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
When a demon escapes from Hell and enters Heaven, he initiates a prophecy of which not even Satan himself can predict the outcome in the spectacular supernatural novel The Horn And The Halo (THATH) by Hilbert Bernard Pompey and Reginald L. Bullock. After escaping from Hell, Demon THATH determines to explore Heaven. Finding a way in, he quickly discovers that his physical self cannot remain thoroughly evil in the purity of the Heavenly domain. Transforming into a morphed creature - no longer a complete demon, yet not entirely angelic - THATH is kicked out of Heaven and Hell and banished into the dark void of Limbo. THATH makes another miraculous escape, using his power and wits. Desperate to hide from his former master, THATH decides Earth is the safest place. Back on Earth, a team of Elite Agents known as the Defense Forces protects the planet and its people from threats, both earthly and beyond. When the Defense Forces discover an alien being, the past and present collide. Can they protect Earth from what is coming?
The Horn And The Halo (THATH) by Hilbert Bernard Pompey and Reginald L. Bullock is a spectacular novel with fascinating supernatural elements and intriguing characters. The authors created a unique and engaging story world, instantly drawing me in and holding me captivated to the very end. THATH's character is charming; despite being a demon, he is easily relatable, and I found myself sympathizing with him. I would love to see how Defence Force agent Thundra and THATH's stories intertwine, as there is an intriguing thread between the two. The foreword is moving, explaining why this novel, though published, is not complete. Despite not being a completed novel, the story is so engaging I couldn't put it down until I reached the endnotes. Sci-fi and supernatural fans will enjoy The Horn And The Halo very much.