Conrad Powell leads a life as a lawyer, preacher, and writer. He is the founder of Conrad Powell Prophetic Ministries in Junction, Saint Elizabeth, Jamaica which focuses on delivering the Rhema Word of God to all who will receive and believe to the edifying of the Body of Christ.
The Realm: Box Set - Parts 1 to 5 (Realm of Angels Series, Book One)by Conrad Powell
In a world ravished by evil, nothing is as it seems. The Darkness beckons to the soul conjuring lilting spells to lull the world and heavens with its discordant lullaby. Only light can conquer the darkness. Only death offers a glimmer of escape. Who will protect the protectors? Who will rise to defend The Realm? PURCHASE COMPLETED NOVEL at SMASHWORDS:
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In a world ravished by evil, nothing is as it seems. The Darkness beckons to the soul conjuring lilting spells to lull the world and heavens with its discordant lullaby. Only light can conquer the darkness. Only death offers a glimmer of escape. Who will protect the protectors? Who will rise to defend The Realm? PURCHASE COMPLETED NOVEL at SMASHWORDS: smashwords.com/books/view/312401
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This is a powerhouse of a book. Honestly I have heard the realm idea before. I thought maybe this would be a cliche style of writing. I was surprised. The Angel theme is gaining popularity and honestly the vampire theme is way overdone. However, I did enjoy this thrilling book to the point where I had to get the remainder of the series which is the complete novel. Try it. You will get hooked.
This might be an interesting story. Unfortunately the writing style lacks coherence and the story is saddled with strange word choices. One example is the word pitched. I'm familiar with pitched when used in phrases such as "pitched the tent", "he pitched the ball", or "the ship pitched to and fro." I've never heard it used in place of words like 'settled' or 'landed.' This author used pitched to describe an angel landing on the limb of a tree. Perhaps the weather was rough? What finally caused me to stop reading was the authors bizarre tendency to write dialogue that makes his characters sound like Yoda. The first time I encountered Yoda talk, I shrugged it off. The second time, it was annoying. The third time, I decided my time would be better spent reading anything else, including poorly translated instruction manuals.
Totally stupid. The children turn blue and the vampire thing is idiotic.