Wrath & Righteousness: Episode One

Wrath & Righteousness: Episode One

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by Chris Stewart
     
 

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“It really grips you….I lost a lot of sleep reading it.” –Tim LaHaye, co-author of the LEFT BEHIND series.

THE WORLD IS ON THE BRINK.
It was the last peace, the great peace, the deep breath before the storm. The Golden Age was closing and the heavens paused and waited for the long plunge ahead. Some

Overview

“It really grips you….I lost a lot of sleep reading it.” –Tim LaHaye, co-author of the LEFT BEHIND series.

THE WORLD IS ON THE BRINK.
It was the last peace, the great peace, the deep breath before the storm. The Golden Age was closing and the heavens paused and waited for the long plunge ahead. Some people saw it coming. But they were few.

The first episode of this geopolitical thriller sets up the start of an epic battle between Light and Darkness. Taking readers from Saudi Arabia to Israel to Washington D.C. and Chicago, Wrath & Righteousness is a frightening, torn-from-the-headlines peek into the future.

The forces of Darkness, personified by a mysterious old man, have focused their efforts on a Saudi Prince who is second in line to the Royal House of Saud. By tempting the Prince with power beyond his wildest imagination, Lucifer and his servants have secured all of the pieces necessary to unleash Armageddon, turn allies against each other, and bring down the West. Freedom’s only chance for survival rests with a group of people who do not even know they’ve been chosen for the job.

More than a simple techno-thriller, Wrath & Righteousness examines the eternal battle between Good and Evil while also asking one of the fundamental questions of our existence: what is mankind’s relationship to the spiritual world? Packed with thrilling action and underscored by a timeless story of war, love and spirituality, Wrath & Righteousness has been described by #1 bestselling author Glenn Beck as “The Left Behind series for a new generation.”

Wrath & Righteousnessis a ten episode e-book series by Chris Stewart, a world-record-setting Air Force pilot (fastest nonstop flight around the world) and New York Times bestselling author of several books, including The Miracle of Freedom. Each episode is approximately 50,000-60,000 words (roughly two-thirds the length of a normal novel). This series was adapted and updated from the previously published The Great and Terrible series that was released from 2003-2008.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985461904
Publisher:
Mercury Ink
Publication date:
05/08/2012
Series:
Wrath & Righteousness , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
143
Sales rank:
397,112
File size:
485 KB

Meet the Author

Chris Stewart is the New York Times bestselling author of several books, including The Miracle of Freedom, as well as a world-record-setting Air Force pilot (fastest nonstop flight around the world).

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Wrath & Righteousness: Episode One 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 67 reviews.
Dman1 More than 1 year ago
Amazing read! I couldn't put it down. If you have ever wondered what evil is and who or what is behind it, read this book and then take an objective look around you at the world today.
RockyMountainWildflower More than 1 year ago
I started this book last evening, and am about 1/3 of the way thru. It hits the road running and builds from there. I can hardly wait for the next episode. It's similar to the "Left Behind" series, but seems to be faster paced, and surely seems to parallel today's world.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent series but the story is divided into too many episodes (There will be six in all).The story line follows the development of terrorism and good vs evil, in a physical war between the US and Islamic extremists, and a spiritual war between fallen angels and heavenly ones, which really hold the reader's interest. However, it ends too fast before the characters are developed. You only get a little over 200 pages-then again, you are only paying $2.99. So far I love the story but don't know if I will end up paying $18 for the whole series. Only giving 3 stars for now due to the short read. Think that the story-line deserves 4 stars though.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent. Loved it. Cannot wait to read all the episodes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a quick interesting read.it reminds me of frank perretti s this present darkness.can t wait for the next installment.
BigmacTX More than 1 year ago
Funny how this book reflects current events. Just started the series and am enjoying it very much. Looks at both the seen and unseen. Nice take on things.
cedarman More than 1 year ago
This book is short and is pretty much just introducing the characters for the series. Some action and enough to make me want to read more.
Peake More than 1 year ago
Everyone should read this book!!!
PAMOM More than 1 year ago
Very good, W ant to read the next one. This was just the intro to the story. Seemed a little disjointed at first. Was only 143 pages long, no wonder it was inexpensive. What will the others cost? Will get the next installment and make up my mind whether I really like it or not. Has definitely got my interest now so am looking forward to the rest of theseries.
BookGrandma25 More than 1 year ago
Definitely for the mature reader,this book was so realistic and current although a little difficult to read as the chapters bounced around from character to character. By the end of the book I finally got the gist and I want to read more. It would be a great book for book club discussions. There are no answers. I can't wait for episode two.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's hard to tell if this is fiction or the real thing. Almost walks hand in hand with todays world. Makes you stop and take a hard look at the way things in real life are headed. Interesting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written, easy, quick read! Fantastically spooky!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Chris Stewart books "The Great and Terrible". This next series confused me, I had to stop and check and see if I had bought this book before. Because I read parts of it before. Talk about feeling cheated, I was so excited for the next series of his books and here it was like a repeat of the same books but shorter. I'm still confused as to why he would do another set with the same characters and theme.
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Am I missing something? I respectfully disagree with pretty much every review of this book. The editor must have been distracted because there are tons of punctuation and grammatical errors. Although stuff like that irritates me, the real problem is nothing really happened. I didn't really get to decide if I liked the characters - it just seems like the whole focus was setting the stage for some kind of future spiritual and political conflict. Unfortunately, it was so vague that I don't really care to find out what the conflict might be...
pinkjezabel More than 1 year ago
Amazing, Compelling, Riveting. This book makes you think about the subtle sources of evil.
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krazykat_randi More than 1 year ago
Very exciting book. I liked the characters immediately, and I was caught up in the plot very quickly. Once I started reading, I could not put it down. It's a story of good against evil, and making choices to do the right thing. I quickly bought up the rest of the episodes as soon as I finished this one! Looking forward to more.
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