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Dark Justice

Dark Justice

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by Paul K. White
     
 
There is a dark secret that is about to be unleashed upon the world; one not foretold in the Book of Revelations. Not since Hitler's time has a more sinister army walked the face of the Earth, a psychic army created by the World Council of Classes, formally known as the United Nations. This monstrous and powerful militia forces the expansion of a one-world government

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There is a dark secret that is about to be unleashed upon the world; one not foretold in the Book of Revelations. Not since Hitler's time has a more sinister army walked the face of the Earth, a psychic army created by the World Council of Classes, formally known as the United Nations. This monstrous and powerful militia forces the expansion of a one-world government upon a resistant United States.
Judgment close at hand, darkness sweeps across the world defying God's will. The Gen Clones summon the power of the Dark Messiah, as a radically different Revelation is about to unfold.
The Armageddon of the immortal soul is set to begin.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781420843774
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
08/23/2010
Pages:
408
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.91(d)

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Dark Justice: Armageddon's Betrayal 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
skylarking More than 1 year ago
This book was a real page-turner for me and I am going to purchase another copy for a friend's birthday that is coming up. This story is a good read for anyone into science fiction and the supernatural. I especially enjoyed the characters, including Nostradamus, who guides the hero into a deep trance to relive events that will help solve a major mystery. The woman in black was also very interesting-a different kind of character-and a true, powerful female villain. There were also interesting parts about the clones, including the Jesus clone, who comes back with no divinity but all the anger and rage that one would expect Jesus to have if He came back with the physical body and all the memories of his painful experiences without any immortal soul. I don't want to say too much more so the reader's enjoyment won't be spoiled by knowing what happens. However, I would have to say that, despite some of the diabolical figures and catastrophic incidences, the book ultimately provides positive messages and food for thought. Additionally, I think it would certainly be stimulating for book discussions.