The Book of Revelations

The Book of Revelations

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by Ivan Turner
     
 

When a psychiatrist discovers a way to see into people’s past lives he becomes judge and jury. Seeking the advice of clergymen, he meets Rabbi Guetterman and discovers that, in his past life, he was of Adolf Hitler. This discovery sparks events that push the limits of society, test the bounds of faith, and put the rabbi in mortal danger. Because when the Jury

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When a psychiatrist discovers a way to see into people’s past lives he becomes judge and jury. Seeking the advice of clergymen, he meets Rabbi Guetterman and discovers that, in his past life, he was of Adolf Hitler. This discovery sparks events that push the limits of society, test the bounds of faith, and put the rabbi in mortal danger. Because when the Jury is after you, there is no escape.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000906583
Publisher:
Ivan Turner
Publication date:
04/09/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
229,892
File size:
173 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

A child of the movies, I was always consumed by fantastic stories told by others and translated into adventures to be retold by me through the action figure medium. As I grew older, I put the action figures away and moved into the realm of role playing. Though I never outgrew role playing, I certainly don't have the time for it anymore. Since I was eleven years old, I've been pouring almost every ounce of creative energy I have into writing. I graduated college in 1993 with a degree in computer science. I tried my hand at programming for a couple of years and found it pretty unsatisfying. I later became a partner at a comic book store, where I spent several years. Though it wasn't a financial success, the experience I gained from running the store and the people that I met (many of whom I'm still in touch with today) was priceless. After leaving the store, I settled into a career of teaching. I still teach at a public high school in New York. Ironically, I've picked up computer programming again, which is what I mostly teach. I've been writing the whole time. I released my first book electronically in 2010. Forty Leap was a turning point for me in both style and story building. The Book of Revelations, which was written earlier but released later, was sort of a midway point between the writer I was and the writer I've become. I experimented with a very odd style and a story that employed diverse characters and controversial situations. In September 2010, I released the first installment of Zombies! Zombies! has been a tremendous success for me that came very close to being made into a television series. Since Zombies!, I have written a five part miniseries called Castes and have been working on developing tabletops games, the first of which, ApocalypZe, was published in early 2014. A couple of free stories about some of the characters in ApocalypZe have been released. I have written others and am working on putting them together into a novel.

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The Book of Revelations 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
K S More than 1 year ago
Fast paced, i have been left thinking and arguing some of the concepts. I dont feel this book is for the faint minded, its for a question based thinker, not for the resolving type.
roberta722 More than 1 year ago
liked and would recommend. can't believe it was free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
>>I just finished this book and have to say at times I really loved it. As another reviewer noted; it started strong. There was a scene in a store with the rabii's wife that looked like it had been completely missed during rewrites- terribly confusing. There were a few other spots similar to that, then it would smooth out again. On the whole it was a decent story and an original idea. The short story at the end was pretty good. I am still a fan, and hope his next book is up to the standards set by the Zombies! series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wanted to really like this book, it has a lot of potential. It started out great; moved quickly and kept you interested. It got convoluted and muddy towards the end, though. Maybe the start of a series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an odd story, but the concept was interesting. A twist on fate and reincarnation. Not really certain how I feel about the story, it isnt written well (no apparent editing for those who tend to edit as we read), but there were some spots that obviously kept my attention since i read the whole story. I did not read the bonus short story. I was just glad it was a quick read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed. Fun. Inventive and imagnative. Would totally reccomend .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
a thought provoking book gives us hope that one day peace can reighn
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a good story, I liked this authors take on reincarnation, and what people will do when they think you were someone else in a past life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found the book interresting and cannot remember a book with a similar plot. Toward the end it's typos kept distracting me.
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I kept putting this off because a lot of people seem to not like it, but I finally gave in and I'm glad I did. This is not a book for someone who wants everything spelled out and put in a row. I had to read it twice to see if I missed anything. Really, the book left me wondering what was real and what wasn't and who were the good guys and who were the bad guys. The style is kind of weird but it keeps the book moving quickly.
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