Bellamy: The Princely Demon Who Sought Psychotherapy
eBook (PDF), 292 Pages
Christian fiction at its finest. Psychologist Mackenzie Maguire is in love with Tony Vargas, a Santa Fe sculptor. But it's her books about God and personality that arrest the attention of Kingpin, a.k.a. Satan. Hell is depopulating at an alarming rate, and Maguire is a contributing factor. Kingpin commands Prince Bellamy, "Go to Earth and destroy this Maguire dope before I lose any more converts to that loathsome trinity: dogface, the upstart, and tweetie bird!" Satan doesn't promise Bellamy the world, but the next best thing...a mansion next to his own with early retirement. Armed with a red bowtie, blue blazer, and a coin of transmigration that will rocket him to Earth, Bellamy sets off perfectly assured of victory. After all, he single-handedly engineered the fall of the Roman Empire and the near world domination of the Third Reich. How hard can it be to destroy a psychologist's faith and hand her soul to Satan?
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Jun 10, 2013Bellamy is the third book I have read by these authors. I thoroughly enjoyed the evil plots and strange characters but most of all it was fun imagining the conversations between these two as they created this book. Their lessons on a balanced compass life was very present. I highly recommend this book.
Feb 3, 2010This is a can't-put-it-down novel that had enough evil to grip me and enough good to keep the stakes high. The characters came alive as though I actually knew them. Prince Bellamy. Hacker. Princess Lascivia. Dr. Mackenzie Maquire. Tony Vargas. I chuckled on most pages and felt surprised throughout. The ending I never saw coming. This book works on a hundred levels!
Dec 17, 2009How can you miss with characters like Bellamy, the fussy but surprisingly clever demon; Kingpin, aka Lucifer, who sports cool clothes and a wicked tongue; and Lascivia, the demon princess of Rome who thinks she has Bellamy well in hand. Bellamy challenges psychologist Mackenzie Maguire by entering therapy and you'd never guess how the plot unfolds after that. So, I highly recommend this book if you want to be totally drawn in, touched, and realize when you've finished the last tear-jerking page that you've also learned something about God and your personality.
Dec 5, 2009Who could ever think up a plot like this? The scope is grand. The details are rich, especially with the Santa Fe setting. But the characters surpass it all. Cosmic good and evil collide in Prince Bellamy from Hell sent on special assignment to destroy the faith of Psychologist Mackenzie Maguire, a woman whose self help books are doing enough good on Earth to evoke the devil's rage. And who would ever think this could be humorous and charged with suspense? The ending actually brought tears. Especially if you're a fan of C.S. Lewis, where theology is intertwined with an excellent story, don't miss this book!
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- Dr. Dan and Kate Montgomery (Standard Copyright License)
- Dr. Dan and Kate Montgomery
- November 3, 2011
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