Marshall S Thomas is a retired U.S. Government official who served his country in East Asia for most of his career. He is the author of the six-book Soldier of the Legion series as well as the newer Prophet of ConFree series.
Prophet and the Blood Marchby Marshall S Thomas
A desperate telepathic plea floats aimlessly through Dimension X – Any thinking being, help. The Dead are coming. As a huge asteroid abruptly leaves its orbit, heading for a cataclysmic collision with Earth,
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See the future, and see the past, and see the truth. Read the mind of man. Follow the road of faith and protect the innocent and fight all evil.
A desperate telepathic plea floats aimlessly through Dimension X – Any thinking being, help. The Dead are coming. As a huge asteroid abruptly leaves its orbit, heading for a cataclysmic collision with Earth, the young prophets of Delta Research strive to determine who altered the course.
Delta is soon on a perilous peacemaking mission to a mysterious planet where enemy Mocains and alien Brights are poised on the brink of galactic war. The prophets attempt to deal with the consequences of their talents as ConFree is drawn closer and closer to the final struggle between the titanic forces of light and darkness. But questions arise:
Can you really change the future? Certainly – but will the result be what you expect? Is it really treason if you die for love? And is it really suicide if you die for your squadies? And what is the real mission?
Bees says to put yourself in the hands of God. The Prof says to do the right thing. Prophet accepts his own death. He knows the Blood March will consume them all.
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This is a decent follow up book to the previous one. However, it starts to bring in a religious aspect into the book, which is okay if done properly, but this is not done properly. I really hope that people are smart enough to realize that the situations and the battles that the author writes about between the Brights and Darks are not accurate. He tries to bring the religious aspect into reality for everyone to see, and it does not work. This book moves from science fiction to fantasy real quick. On top of that, there is a lot of wordiness, and needless explanations within the book. The author really needs to focus on the main story and detail instead of trying to make 20+ side stories within the main story. No clear path is given for the story plot and it seems like the author is just pulling ideas out of the air to try and write a book. I am becoming increasingly disappointed with this author's writings.
a very good long read