The Brotherhood of Purityby Thomas DiCarlo, Connie Atkinson
The compelling adventure, with its heart-pounding climax, is set on the world stage of global intrigue. The story follows the transformative journey of
The Brotherhood of Purity is a quintessential thriller and winner of two finalist awards: the 2014 International Book Award in the literary novel category, and the 2014 Next Gen Indie Book Award for first novel.
The compelling adventure, with its heart-pounding climax, is set on the world stage of global intrigue. The story follows the transformative journey of an American investigative journalist as he races against the clock to stop the most relentless terror machine the world has ever produced. He has only days to unravel the Brotherhood of Purity's secrets and crack the code that could save thousands of lives and, possibly, change his own fate and that of the terrorist he is desperate to stop.
Like great literary fiction, this is a classic tale of the human struggle between good and evil and the choices we make to bring us either to ruin or redemption. It looks at terror from all sides, even daring to enter the mind of a terrorist, as it explores universal moral and spiritual questions including how the mystical forces of the universe, sometimes through an extravagant gesture of love, may intervene in our human odyssey. It is inspired by the authors' personal experiences during the 9/11 attack in New York.
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The Brotherhood of Purity by Thomas Dicarlo and Connie D. Atkinson Dicarlo and Atkinson’s philosophical thriller, rather than psychological thriller, kept my attention and kept me thinking and I’m already looking forward to the sequel. With the ever present threat of terrorism in our present day society, we need to ask ourselves, “Is there just one right way to view this world and life in it? Is it possible for a person to radically change the way they have been brought up to think? Can our life experiences cause us to perceive things differently from how they really are? Is there hope for humanity?” I believe there is hope. Please read this book and think!
Amazing book. Cannot put it down you really get involved with the characters and their journeys