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    Van R. Mayhall Jr.(Author)

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It has been four years since ancient languages expert, Cloe Lejeune, her son, J.E., and the monsignor nearly lost their lives while defeating the Karik’s forces at Masada. Still, she has never lost her passion for translating old texts. One evening while attempting to decipher digitalized scraps culled from a jar left to her by the Sicarrii, Cloe quickly realizes that something terrible is about to happen. As she prepares to race to the Vatican to tell the pope of her discovery, a giant man delivers cryptic cards to seven unsuspecting strangers who suddenly find themselves heading toward New Orleans with no reason why.

As violence and disease rock the world, the Vatican is abruptly destroyed, the pope is forced into hiding, and the United States is driven to implement martial law across the land. While one man emerges from the shadows to subtly pit people against each other, Cloe and her cohorts must find and assemble the mysterious seven in order to stop his evil mission. As a pale horse of Revelation is loosed onto Earth, a fierce battle between good and evil ensues, leaving Cloe betrayed by someone close to her and the future of humanity resting in the hands of seven innocent souls.

In this biblical thriller, an ancient languages expert pairs with a group of seven destined to rescue the world from evil forces determined to destroy everything in their path.

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  • By Mrs Annemarie Macken on 10 April 2017

    The basic idea and plot behind this novel is a good one and has the potential to engage the reader thoroughly. For those who like a mystery linked to biblical themes, this holds all the ingredients to keep readers interested, so it bodes well to start. The characters are mostly well-rounded and hold some intrigue, though there is a tendency to slip into cliche and repetition in parts, which can be a little off-putting for readers. The main protagonists particularly fail to pique the interest at times, especially when considering the language choices and writing style, which feels somewhat repetitive in parts - something which needs a little focus before the next book in the series.That said, the narrative does hold something of value through a storyline that holds lots of promise. A university professor and ancient languages specialist, Cloe Lejeune, along with her warrior son and several members of the Vatican elite, is faced with a battle to avoid the possible end of the world and their journey takes them to many places, using a fast pace and swift movement through elements of the storyline. There is constant reference back to the previous stories in the series - though this is quite invasive in parts and it takes up too much of the novel, particularly as the references do not really add knowledge to the understanding of the reader - we could get what is going on without constantly being reminded of past events. This is something that needs consideration.If you are prepared to overlook some shortcomings and like stories in the ilk of Dan Brown, this will hold some interest for you.

  • By kirsty on 11 April 2017

    I quite enjoyed this. My idea of a beach read is generally an uncomplicated fast paced thriller or horror. This end of days mystery fits the bill quite nicely. Although there are far too many characters that a few of them have to take a back seat to the story despite having a major part to play in events.Having not read the previous two books I found plenty of flashback (but not overpowering the main story) to help me catch up. It rattles along a quite a speed as Chloe and friends race to save the word from evil using only an old journal possibly written by Jesus and their wits to help them. It's all bonkers but it's fun bonkers. I really enjoyed it.

  • By Dave a Kindle Customer on 24 April 2017

    What a compelling book, based on the end times as told in Revelations but in such away that every chapter is unpredictable. There are clues to keep you on your toes and is close to the book of Revelations but not so close that there aren't surprises on the way for those with strong views or understanding of the Biblical account, it is a story and not a study book. I do recommend this book in my view it is well worth buyingI did receive the book free from Net Galley for a honest review.

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