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By Eduardo Spohr

Há muitos e muitos anos, tantos quanto o número de estrelas no céu, o paraíso celeste foi palco de um terrível levante. Um grupo de anjos guerreiros, amantes da justiça e da liberdade, desafiou a tirania dos poderosos arcanjos, levantando armas contra seus opressores. Expulsos, os renegados foram forçados ao exílio e condenados a vagar pelo mundo dos homens até o Dia do Juízo Final.
Mas eis que chega o momento do Apocalipse, o pace do ajuste de contas. Único sobrevivente do expurgo, Ablon, o líder dos renegados, é convidado por Lúcifer, o Arcanjo Negro, a se juntar às suas legiões na Batalha do Armagedon, o embate ultimate entre o céu e o inferno, a guerra que decidirá não só o destino do mundo, mas o futuro da humanidade.
Das ruínas da Babilônia ao esplendor do Império Romano, das vastas planícies da China aos gelados castelos da Inglaterra medieval, A Batalha do Apocalipse não é apenas uma viagem pela história humana – é também uma jornada de conhecimento, um épico empolgante, repleto de lutas heroicas, magia, romance e suspense.

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But Tani takes care of her feet. Exactly how Mr. Slavia asked her to. Sometimes it looks like she's sleeping. He's underneath her. The big leather couch had been lifted up and equipped with steps. Mr. Slavia spends close to an hour licking her feet. As for the rest, he does it in his hand, all alone. Each time she hears him moaning, Tani feels some- THE CHERRY PRINT TIGHTS thing move underneath her stomach. She has be careful not to squeeze her thighs together because he told her not to. She wonders if Joshua has fallen asleep on the other side of the partition, in his bowl of semolina.

Slavia to serve as intermediary between her and the former jockey who lives alone on the other side of the pier. Who the fishermen found, half-burned, floating in the open sea, his chest, or what was left of it, wrapped in a harness. An odd character the inquiry will say. It had been necessary to amputate it after a bad fall. He'd refused all artificial limbs. And on the end of his wooden leg, he had himself nailed a horseshoe. As he grew older, he'd become mad. He thought he was a horse. Came to prowl in the projects at night.

When she happened to speak, her voice was almost childish. Each day she went over the space of the missing part of her life. The accident didn't matter much to her. However, she rarely made a fire. She simply put newspaper under her clothes. Surrounded her legs with it, 45 PALLAKSCH, PALLAKSCH her enormous legs. She never stopped this continuous monologue, turned towards the old bitch that followed her everywhere. Both seemed to be tormented by an incessant activity, their mouths constantly open; as soon as night fell, chewing, grinding, kneading food, gulping spectacular amounts of products, hour after hour where they were shut up.

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