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    Librarian - NZ Christian Writers

    This book is a genre I wouldn’t normally choose to read, but once I started, I couldn’t put it down. The story is set in post-millennium times after a peaceful period of 1000 years, as depicted in the book of Revelation. Weird things have happened to the cosmos and mankind has had to adapt in order to survive the new conditions. The basic theme is good versus evil and this is played out in the images of Mars versus Earth and also in the two characters Cheno ( anagram for Enoch) and Mordin (anagram for Nimrod). The evil Mordin claims, ‘that if you mixed a little truth with a whole lot of lies, you’d be able to make people believe anything you say. Truth is the topping that coated and hid the nasty stuff underneath.’ The story follows a young leader’s search for the truth regarding the mysterious disappearance of his father ten years earlier. A gruesome discovery sets Joshua on a dangerous journey with its twists and turns which threaten to destroy his world. The author has carefully researched place names, historical references, symbols and foreign languages, and there are parallels with events and characters in the Bible. His descriptive writing and character profiles are excellent. The story has an inconclusive ending which could suggest a sequel to come which I will look forward to reading. Julia Martin (Librarian - NZ Christian Writers)

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