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Mabus, Thus Spake Nostradamus
     

Mabus, Thus Spake Nostradamus

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by Mark White
 
A rough-around-the-edges and down-on-his-luck private investigator, Mr. Anon, is given an assignment by a mysterious stranger who has rumored connections to the CIA and NSA. He is told the US, indeed the entire world, is teetering on the brink of collapse. Political, cultural, religious, and other societal signs of unrest all point to the same inescapable conclusion

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A rough-around-the-edges and down-on-his-luck private investigator, Mr. Anon, is given an assignment by a mysterious stranger who has rumored connections to the CIA and NSA. He is told the US, indeed the entire world, is teetering on the brink of collapse. Political, cultural, religious, and other societal signs of unrest all point to the same inescapable conclusion of the eventuality of calamity. The job: find an ancient relic. Current whereabouts unknown. It will lead to a prophesized person who has the power to change the world.

But not for the better.

Find that person, stop them, and avert certain tragedy.

The prophesized name, Mabus.

The question is: Who is Mabus?

Mabus, Thus Spake Nostradamus, is 58,626 words of fast-paced politico-religious thriller that reads lighter than its dense subject matter which weaves historical fact, ancient prophecies, and current events. Join Mr. Anon as he battles his own demons while trying to solve a centuries-old riddle that may spell doom for all mankind.

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www.bookideas.com - Celina Cuadro
Compelling, strange, and frightening. Started as a slow burn and ended in white heat ... [E]xciting mysteries and conspiracies familiar to readers of The Da Vinci Code. There was a mystical intensity that reminded me of Celestine Prophecy, but the dark urgency and importance of [the] quest seemed more dire, and as such helped me devour more and more pages. I recommend Mabus to all readers ... because it is provocative and compelling regardless of a reader's preferences.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149455874
Publisher:
Labyrinth of Arts, Ltd. Co.
Publication date:
02/09/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
178 KB

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Mabus, Thus Spake Nostradamus 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
katiep3 More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing! The author seamlessly weaves historical fact and fiction together to create a fast paced, keep you on the edge of your seat thriller. The Nostradamus Prophecies provide the clues the dark horse hero has to follow, trying to stay one step ahead of the evil that's stalking him. This was a story about good and evil, and how sometimes, heavy burdens are placed upon shoulders already weary, but who continue to rise to the challenge. Angels, Demons, Mythology, History, Good, Evil, and fear for the future, this book has everything that intrigues me and keeps me entertained. But beware, don't read in the dark! I had to keep my lights on (^_^) Overall, excellent!