Death is not the end for Jason Drake. Because of the murder he committed in life, hell awaits him. But Jason is not concerned about his own soul, he wants a chance to save his daughter, and give her back the life that was taken away too soon. A demon offers him this chance, if he plays her simple game.
Why would God create such a thing?
A creature without pity, remorse or compassion. A demonic entity, frivolous as she plays with life and death, who seems to have unrestrained dominion over both time and space, with capricious disregard as she travels from here to there and now to then. The fabric of existence her open playground to do with as she pleases, without the weight of regret to give her pause. Pure and unequivocal evil. "I call legions of demons to heel," she had said, and Jason could see no reason to doubt her boast. The queen of all demons now stood in his living room, a bright smile beaming out from her face as she looked down at his dead wife's body. Why would God create such a thing as Lilith?
Ama is a horror story that takes a disturbing journey into the afterlife. It contains graphic descriptions of brutal violence, extreme profanity, and may cause the listener to experience unusually vivid nightmares—the demons don't always stay confined to the story within. But don't let all that put you off following a simple man as he battles to save his daughter from her untimely death.
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