"'The truth will set you free . . . but only if you know what it is!'
Litheroy has no dark secrets, no contradictions of character, no skeletons in his closet. He tells the truth as he sees it, when he sees it, and he works hard to see as much of it as he can. Of the Archangels, he is one of the most worthy of emulation.
But while In Nomine Superiors: Litheroy is about the Archangel of Revelation, it is also about the secrets others keep from him . . . and even his most devout servants sometimes fall into dissonance when their master's unyielding Word meets a more flexible reality."