Guardian: The Beginning

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In the year 2017 most of mankind has become complacent and reckless, depending mainly on logic and finite wisdom. Psalmulus Grey, an emotionally scarred, fifteen-year-old participant of this world order, lives within its guidelines until one night when an angel of God appears before him and makes it clear that he is one of the Father's chosen. Meanwhile a much more sinister plan is unfolding within the city of Neo Creek between Maxwell Steeleworthy, a wealthy capitalist, and Zegudalia, a demonic being from the ...
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Overview

In the year 2017 most of mankind has become complacent and reckless, depending mainly on logic and finite wisdom. Psalmulus Grey, an emotionally scarred, fifteen-year-old participant of this world order, lives within its guidelines until one night when an angel of God appears before him and makes it clear that he is one of the Father's chosen. Meanwhile a much more sinister plan is unfolding within the city of Neo Creek between Maxwell Steeleworthy, a wealthy capitalist, and Zegudalia, a demonic being from the Abyss. In an epic battle of divined proportions, Psalmulus manifests vast supernatural abilities as he struggles with the decision to fulfill God's will for his life and become a Guardian of Light or succumb to his own vengeful desires. Many forces from the side of light as well as darkness rise to the occasion to see their goals met as Psalmulus is forced to do battle with humans and demons alike, but most of all--himself.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781436355766
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 9/27/2008
  • Pages: 452
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.13 (d)

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  • Posted November 29, 2009

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    Holy WoW-ness

    Coming from a person who got really into harry potter! This is the best read ever! if Mr. Gibson continues with the story then i would have to say that J.K. Rowling has someone to give her a run for her money!
    From the momment i got through the first chapter i had a big problem with finding a spot to pull myself from this other world for a break! this book made me look at religion in another light. im not that religious so i was reluctant to read it. good thing about this book is its not throwing god in your face. granit this is a spiritual book but it comes in low doses! im just suprised the author could blend superheroes and the church in a book that keeps you interested! If you read this, get this book and write a reveiw to let him and everyone else know how u felt bout it! Good or bad review! they all help!

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