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Whisper Of The Seventh Thunder
     

Whisper Of The Seventh Thunder

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by Larry Brooks, Lloyd Corricelli (Editor)
 

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"Whisper of the Seventh Thunder" is a thriller ripped from today's headlines with roots into what many believe might be the coming apocalypse.

When Gabriel Stone's wife dies in an unlikely airline disaster, he finishes the novel his religious wife had warned him not to write. The book goes inside and behind the Bible's Book of Revelation to reveal startling

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"Whisper of the Seventh Thunder" is a thriller ripped from today's headlines with roots into what many believe might be the coming apocalypse.

When Gabriel Stone's wife dies in an unlikely airline disaster, he finishes the novel his religious wife had warned him not to write. The book goes inside and behind the Bible's Book of Revelation to reveal startling connections to covert operations that are, quite unknown to Stone, about to tear the world's political landscape to shreds. As the book nears publication Stone suddenly finds himself the pawn in a war between superpowers and supernatural forces, each with hidden agendas beyond his comprehension and stakes that pivot on his ability to accept the unbelievable and stop the unthinkable.

"Whisper of the Seventh Thunder" is a book that is as personal as it is global in scope, juxtasposing choices that are at once spiritual and life-dependant, with nothing short of our very souls hanging in the balance.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982403532
Publisher:
Sons of LIberty Publishing
Publication date:
03/01/2010
Pages:
370
Product dimensions:
0.82(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)

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Whisper Of The Seventh Thunder 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CyMichelle More than 1 year ago
I love mysteries. I love thrillers. In Whisper of the Seventh Thunder by Larry Brooks, I got the best of both. When Gabriel Stone's wife dies in an unlikely airline disaster, he finishes the novel his religious wife had warned him not to write. The book goes inside and behind the Bible's Book of Revelation to reveal startling connections to covert operations that are, quite unknown to Stone, about to tear the world's political landscape to shreds. As the book nears publication Stone suddenly finds himself the pawn in a war between superpowers and supernatural forces, each with hidden agendas beyond his comprehension and stakes that pivot on his ability to accept the unbelievable and stop the unthinkable. This enthralling, apocalyptic thriller gives readers all the things they buy books for: a courageous hero, easy-to-dislike bad guys and dramatic twists and turns on every page. I loved it.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Over two thousand years ago on the Island of Patmos where John the Divine was exiled, the Angel of the Seven Thunders showed him visions that he was unable to write down. In the present, Gabriel Stone stood in the cave where John saw the angelic vision and he knows what the Jesus disciple saw. In that cave, he meets his wife and upon her death, Gabriel writes down the vision. Writing the book in nine weeks, Gabriel feels as if someone putting the words in his brain. He takes his book to an agent who sells it to a publisher, but before it can be published, the agent and the publisher are dead. Two groups who do not want his book released because they believe the theme is not for public consumption; they go after Gabriel. In Israel, a supercomputer with cryptology software breaks down the vision, which involves people and events leading to the rise of the Antichrist. Gabriel's name is on the list of key players, but regardless of God's master plan and his role or any sect's religious dogma, his goal is to prevent the slaughter of the innocent. This is a fascinating enthralling apocalyptic thriller that deftly blends Brown, Clancy and LaHaye-Jenkins. The hero is a courageous person mindful of Moses in his belief that a nonentity like him who rested from his first day on earth until he entered the cave could not be a key player in the Lord's plan, but like the Exodus leader does his best to do the mission and overcome his doubts. However, it is the fundamentalist Brethren group who grip the reader as these devout believers need the Antichrist to take his throne as they insist that is God's plan and if millions die in support of their belief; so be it as long as the end of days begins. Harriet Klausner