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Everything God has told you is a lie...this is the Devil's story. The Devil's Apocrypha, a novel that gives a revisionist twist to the Bible and has spawned many international cults, has been acquired by Brazilian new age publisher Madras Editoria. The book will be translated from English into Portuguese and distributed worldwide.

John A. De Vito, author of the international bestselling novel The Devil’s Apocrypha, has recently signed a deal with Brazilian publisher Madras Editora. Madras Editoria will be translating the book into Portuguese for worldwide distribution.

The Devil's Apocrypha has become an international bestseller in the U.S., England and Canada. With only word-of-mouth exposure on the internet, The Devil's Apocrypha has spawned a cult following on multiple continents.

The Devil's Apocrypha is a retelling of the Bible from Satan's point of view and has gained international attention for its controversial subject matter and revisionist themes. Written in a biblical style, the tale has many people asking whether it is fact...or fiction. Regardless of individual opinions, it has captured the attention of readers across the globe.

“I think The Devil’s Apocrypha has struck a chord because there's never been anything like it,” says author John A. De Vito. “We all know the tales of the Bible and its views, but The Devil's Apocrypha tells a different side of the story. I am confident that no matter how familiar someone is with the story of God, Satan, and the life and death of Jesus, this book will have them seeing things from a totally different perspective.”

Russian rights are also in the works and the deal is expected to be completed by year's end.

The Devil’s Apocrypha is currently available in both paperback (ISBN: 059525070X) and hardbound (ISBN: 059565021X) editions. You can purchase The Devil's Apocrypha at Barnes and Noble,, and wherever good books are sold.

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