Devastated by the loss of yet another loved one, Luke embraces his destiny as he realizes his true power as a Protector. As he continues guiding and protecting Grant and the others from the dark and powerful Winthrop, Luke must come to terms with the paradigm shift within himself.
As Luke accepts his fate, his calling is realized, but will he be able to escape the clutches of the New World Order and save humankind?
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About the Author
Aaron Powell served as a marine during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2003 with a BA in criminal justice and a psychology minor. He also completed a second BA in business administration at Ashford University, where he graduated with distinction in 2011. Aaron Powell is a prolific writer, an avid reader, and is an active marksman. Aaron and his wife and sons live near Austin, Texas.
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Doomsday Diaries III: Luke the Protector based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Book Excerpt: "I have been chosen to deliver these men - and all worthy human beings - into the new world once the Earth has been cleared of all evil. I have been chosen to set things right, and I will not fail." In this book of the series Luke is a very different person. He sees people on a deeper level and people see him in an almost esoteric light. The story has many religious undertones, but it also has a message of peace and hope for the people we meet, and lose, along the journey of life. This was an amazing read. I can respect this author and his book. Had excellent material and was very in depth on shifting your mind's paradigm to answer main life questions. His fictional main character was very well developed. Gave you a sense of being there in the middle of the action. Aaron B. Powell never disappoints. Look forward to the next book. I recommend this book to everyone who is lucky enough to come across it.
Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite “Doomsday Diaries III: Luke the Protector” by Aaron B. Powell, is the third volume in a superb four volume story entitled “Doomsday Diaries: The Complete Series”. Book III picks up right where Book II ended. In the prologue we witness a pair of scientists aboard the New World Order Space Station, preparing to restructure the DNA code of the body of a recently crucified young man. As has often been the case to this point, seemingly miraculous things occur in short order, before a warning alarm begins to repeat, “Proximity alert: impact imminent.” Before a catastrophic end to the space station can occur, we are taken back to the Philippines in World War II, where we witness an ancestor of Luke being maliciously forced to partake in the infamous Bataan Death March. This vignette also ends with an undefined miraculous event which saves the life of Lyle Mitchell, Luke’s ancestor. Throughout Book III we observe Luke as he performs miraculous healings, controls basic elements, directs the weather, and so on. (At no point is there any attempt to equate Luke with Jesus Christ, nor does Luke consider himself as such. Quite to the contrary, Luke refutes any such comparisons.) Back aboard the aircraft carrier, life goes on as normally as possible. Celebrations are held, a couple people are married, and things seem to be going fairly well. But Luke somehow knows his time is short. Then a black helicopter appears from landward, and sets down on the deck of the carrier; nobody was expecting a black helicopter. This Book III part of the four volume series is not meant to be read as a standalone novel. It is the third part of the series, and is intended to be read after Books I and II, and before Book IV. Only then will it be experienced as the outstanding epic supernatural science fiction story that it is. The series covers a fairly large segment of time, if you consider the flashbacks as part of the time line. The entire series is one that I give my whole-hearted, fervent recommendation. Likewise, I recommend you read “Luke the Protector”, but PLEASE, only after you’ve read the first two volumes in the series. You will not soon forget this story.
Whoa! Didn't see this coming at all. It's different than expected. There's a huge difference between this one and New World Order, but I enjoyed the story.