The Alpha and the Omega

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For fanworks with similar titles, see Alpha and Omega.

Title: The Alpha and the Omega
Author(s): Wendy de-Veryard
Cover Artist(s):
Date(s): 2002
Medium: print
Genre: het
Fandom: Beauty and the Beast (TV)
Language: English
External Links: online here
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The Alpha and the Omega is an explicit het 137-page Beauty and the Beast (TV) novel by Wendy de-Veryard.



From the author:

A New York Zoo is under threat of closure until a new and exciting exhibit is discovered ... Foremost, the term The Alpha and the Omega is the title given to Jehovah God by God himself and no blasphemy is intended in its use here upon Vincent. Rather the meaning behind the name Alpha and the Omega is used to signify that the fictional Vincent as well as the true Jehovah God are the first and the last the beginning and the end, and there will never be any other. But we should never lose sight of the fact that to all things we should give thanks to Jehovah God, for without him we would have nothing. In fact, without him we would simply not exist. (The Alpha and the Omega - Revelation 22 v 13.)

Reactions and Reviews

A difficult storyline to describe. Vincent is captured by some bad, bad men at a zoo; Catherine is as well. They're imprisoned together in a cellar-like cell. His other, darker nature asserts itself in what can only be described as rape. Later, Vincent decides to admit to the world above (in a courtroom) all his crimes. A trial ensues. [1]