Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Seraph Seal by Leonard Sweet & Lori Wagner

Looking for a Dan Brown-type book about the end of the world? Wishing you could read something that takes more brain power than your typical Christian fiction?

Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner have teamed up to deliver a knockout: The Seraph Seal.

Historian Paul Binder has received a cryptic message and you journey with him through the many clues and dangers that follow.

You have complex characters, long forgotten, symbolic traditions, plus a love story. You will have a lot of information to process even if they include descriptions and a glossary and the end to keep your imagination flowing toward what could possibly be coming our way.

This story takes a few chapters to get up to speed, but once you're familiar with everyone you will enjoy the rest of the ride.
The Seraph Seal

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Thomas Nelson Publishing.

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1 comment:

Canada said...

The year is 2048, and Paul Binder has just received a mysterious message; speaking vaguely of the eight horsemen, and of the future of the world. Matt Serafino, the new, flagitious president of the USAMERICA, trying to cope with the many catastrophes the world is going through. Food is scarce, because of the overuse of creating synthetic energy. The four good horsemen meet with each other in an intriguing matter, trying to piece together the seemingly unending puzzle. Paul Binder's quest is to lead humanity to a new and better future, but will he prevail, or watch the earth crumble into complete destruction?