Are the ancient druids and the neo-druids of today protectors of a treasure that holds the secrets of the universe?
Reader's Favorite Int'l Book Awards says, "...picks up perfectly where 'Eloah: No Heaven' left off. It's equally engrossing and just as intense. Mr. Allen sweeps you along with great characters, suspense, and action..."
An epic battle between good and evil is underway, and the survival of the world's population hangs in the balance.
Eloah works for the support of the American president, and to convince the Catholic pope of the truth of his reincarnation, and of his connection to the Church's foundation. Eloah's followers search for evidence, hidden for two millennia, which will substantiate his claims.
All the while, Alpha sees his plans for world domination crumbling, and is hell-bent on stopping Eloah and his followers, regardless the cost.
Evolved Publishing presents the second thrilling and intriguing installment in the "Eloah" series of conspiracy thrillers. Fans of Ken Fry's "The Lazarus Succession" are sure to love this one. [DRM-Free]
Books by Lex Allen:
- "Eloah: The Druids" (A Short Story Prequel)
- "Eloah: No Heaven" (Book 1)
- "Eloah: No Hell" (Book 2)
- "Eloah: No Religion" (Book 3)
- "Boomer" [Coming Late 2019]
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About the Author
I was asked to provide a first-person “bio” here. I’ve always had difficulty writing about myself, especially something that comes across witty or endearing. So, as it’s been said, “Just the facts, ma’am (sir).”
I am a twenty-one year Army veteran, a twenty-two year Department of Defense civilian veteran, a semi-professional musician, and a writer of lies… good lies, fun lies that I hope you, the reader, will find entertaining. I self-published my first book in 2011, and in 2015 I signed on with Evolved Publishing.
I’m a family man, married for thirty-five years to the love of my life. She and I have two sons and three grandchildren. I am a Texas expatriate, living in Germany, from which my wife and I travel… a lot!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Saifunnissa Hassam for Readers' Favorite Lex Allen's thriller Eloah: No Hell is Book 2 of a trilogy and continues the suspense, action, and intrigue of book 1, Eloah: No Heaven. Eloah, a human from a parallel universe, has caused great confusion and fear. Worldwide religious and political leaders struggle to understand Eloah's claims and mission. The Elohim have vastly advanced science and technology, and a psychic evolution that allows them to travel at will through space and to communicate through telepathy. The characters of Elizabeth, Kate, and Jack play central roles in Eloah's mission. Elizabeth Washburn learns she has psychic abilities like the Elohim. Kate Barrow acquires psychic abilities when she is transformed into an Elohim. Jack Schmidt accepts Eloah's psychic abilities but remains skeptical of Eloah's religious claims and mission on Earth. The pace and action pick up as Eloah plans to speak in Jerusalem. Eloah: No Hell ends on a riveting cliffhanger. Lex Allen's thriller Eloah: No Hell turned into a fascinating and very enjoyable read. I loved the way Allen threads the themes of religion, spirituality, good and evil into the story through strong characters, intense and edgy settings and dialogues. I loved the imaginative and vivid way in which Elizabeth and Kate use their psychic and telepathic abilities for time travel to the past, to the time when Jesus was crucified, and Jack's life at that time. The meeting between Pope John Paul III and Eloah is compelling, as the Pope struggles within himself, questioning the truth of Eloah’s knowledge of Jesus and the origins of the Church. Allen shows vividly and forcefully the depths of avarice and corruptibility through two very evil, malevolent and manipulative characters, greedy for power and wealth, and intent on killing Eloah. I am looking forward to reading the conclusion in Eloah: No Religion!