The Death of Heaven

by Lyndsey Ellis-Holloway


His wings were ablaze, the heat intense as he marched upon the Golden City, alone.

Sammael tore the Gates of Heaven from their hinges, leaving rivers of molten gold in his wake.

The Host tried to stop him, but they could not. They would not. Any who tried were devoured by flame or cut asunder by Scythe.

Entering God’s Throne room, he smiled darkly. “Father, I’m home.” Sammael closed his eyes, hands spread wide, his flames swirling around him.

“Son, don’t!”

Too late.

A deafening explosion shook the Earth and the inferno swallowed Heaven, raining ash on the world below.


Lyndsey Ellis-Holloway

A writer from Knaresborough, UK, who focuses on fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and dystopian stories, creating compelling characters and layering in myth and legend at every opportunity. 
When she’s not writing, she spends time with her husband and her friends enjoying movies, conventions, and of course, writing for fun as well!


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