Overview

THE KING VICTORINO is a story that opens for us a defined but infinite window towards the time during the Kingdom promised by the Son of God. Here there is no prolepsis which could destroy, nor fights between acute, oxytone, paroxytone, or proparoxytone stressed words, vowels or consonants, but a neat link from that future predicted to us since long ago. The reader will laugh at the likable occurrences by the king and those around him with the adventures that happen not only in the 'Kingdom of Tocororo,' where he...
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Overview

THE KING VICTORINO is a story that opens for us a defined but infinite window towards the time during the Kingdom promised by the Son of God. Here there is no prolepsis which could destroy, nor fights between acute, oxytone, paroxytone, or proparoxytone stressed words, vowels or consonants, but a neat link from that future predicted to us since long ago. The reader will laugh at the likable occurrences by the king and those around him with the adventures that happen not only in the 'Kingdom of Tocororo,' where he rules his people, but also in the journey that he undertakes during the last seven years of the Great Millenarian Kingdom; that is to say, from the year 992 to 999 of the GMK, starting with the passage in which on very decorated horse carriages he firstly crosses the Atlantic region: now a dry land converted into an Eden of unimaginable proportions.

In the course of the story, peoples and characters around the king Victorino interact in dialogues and situations trapped within the journey, while the king remembers all the biblical passages that during the 'old century' announced the promise of the Millenarian Kingdom. This is therefore a book that quotes the Word of God often, though by this time and because of many, we added them in several footnotes where it can be found; and ensuring that eternal justice is not a hollow promise, but an augmentative locomotive approaching at the speed for which the Creator God has predestined in the dispensation of time and ages.

CONTENT:

-Appendix to the book.

-Prologue by the scribe Euqor.

-Preface by Prince Genghis.

-Foreword by King Solomon.

-Chapter ¿ (Aleph): The King Victorino and the Queen Angelike.

-Chapter ¿ (Beth): The Kingdom of Tocororo.

-Chapter ¿ (Gimmel): The Seven Years Journey.

*Departing Tainotixtán and Sketch of the Journey.
*The Kingdom of the Atlantic Flower and The Queen Snowhite.
*The Kingdom of Stratford and The Palace of Romeo and Juliet.
*The Kingdom of Salamanca and The Castle of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.

-Chapter ¿ (Daleth): Returning to Jerusalem through the Pillars of the Alpha and the Omega.

-About the Author.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014695343
  • Publisher: Alejandro's Libros
  • Publication date: 6/18/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 210
  • File size: 759 KB

Meet the Author

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www.alejandroslibros.com

Alejandro Roque: Author, Translator and Publisher, was born in Havana, Cuba; and since 1994 he left for political exile in the United States, where he eventually became naturalized; and in later years has been devoted to his writings and books, including his love of nature and outdoor activities. An early ex-military jet pilot; here he graduated with a Master of Science (MS) at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), and with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) at Florida Atlantic University (FAU); both in U.S.A.

We thank you for your 'visit;' here and there.

Alejandro's Libros.
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  • Posted August 9, 2012

    The King Victorino is a book that let us imagine how the milleni

    The King Victorino is a book that let us imagine how the millenial kingdom that it is written in the book of Revelations in the bible would be. It is interesting,funny and easy to read.It will leave you with a feeling of wanting to know more about the scriptures and what is to come in the future. We always read about the end of the world but there is more after that so this book will help you imagine how it could be.

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