Eclipse of the Sun

Eclipse of the Sun

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by Michael D. O'Brien
     
 

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In this fast-paced, apocalyptic novel set in the near future, O'Brien presents the dramatic tale of a Catholic family and their friends in conflict with a new totalitarian government on the rise in North America. The Delaney family, publishers of a newspaper which dares to speak the truth, is hunted down by the police state as the government strives for total control…  See more details below

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In this fast-paced, apocalyptic novel set in the near future, O'Brien presents the dramatic tale of a Catholic family and their friends in conflict with a new totalitarian government on the rise in North America. The Delaney family, publishers of a newspaper which dares to speak the truth, is hunted down by the police state as the government strives for total control and eradication of all religious freedom. A moving story of the victory of courage over terror, good over evil, and the triumph of love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000702727
Publisher:
Ignatius Press
Publication date:
10/01/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
338,994
File size:
873 KB

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David Lyle Jeffrey
With a suspense-charged, page-turning apocalyptic plot, O'Brien interweaves moments of profound consolation and ultimate spiritual hope as in his scintillating Father Elijah. -- Author of People of the Book

Meet the Author

Michael O'Brien is the editor of Nazareth Journal, a Catholic family magazine, and the author of four books. He writes and lectures widely on the topic of faith and culture, and has been a full-time artist for 20 years with paintings displayed in Churches and museums across North America. He lives with his wife and children in Combermere, Ontario.

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