From the Heathens He Came

From the Heathens He Came

by Keris White


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Who created us, was it God, or a multitude of God's.
What if our God(s) were simply misinterpretations of our real fathers. What if the truth was more terrifying beyond known comprehension. Are we told everything we need to hear or are we led to believe everything we are told.

One man's seemingly impossible mission into an ever looming dementia.
Join Doctor of Paranormal Psychology Larry Marx as he uncovers a hidden truth of a possible ancient cult conspiracy. Discover the shady, interesting and sometimes downright insane characters who will stop at nothing to silence those who threaten their tightly-held secrets. Uncover the huge corruption in the US government displayed in the highest realms of power, and those very same people who run the institution; have they had it too good for too long, is their time up? This man is prepared to do anything in his power to unleash it, even if his obsession means losing his mind, life or those around him.

Life is a game of chance and the risks are his alone.

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ISBN-13: 9781481784795
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 02/25/2013
Pages: 534
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.19(d)

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From The Heathens He Came 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Benjamin Long for Readers' Favorite From Heathens He Came by Keris White is an interesting tale that blurs the line of reality between the supernatural and psychology, giving a surreal theme of interest. The integrity of reality is questioned as unreality and reality throughout the story lie in the realm of double entendre. Is it real or is it madness? Interestingly, the book incorporates the notion of mad doctors, self harm, and the paranormal in a unique blend that is  compelling. While reading this story, I felt myself questioning the reality of the well-executed plot, despite the clarity of which side of the fence on which it rests. Exuding a sense of intrigue in its blending of themes, this book is a great read for people who like supernatural thrillers as well as psychological novels in tandem.   The metonymical use of characters' names is unique and effective. Dr. Marx is illustrated as a possible “Mad” scientist and takes one back to the McCarthyism fears of the Red Plague that revolved around the Cold War era of Communism. As far as horror elements, there is effective use of Hitchcock’s theory of leaving the audience in suspense and here the book leaves the reader wondering what is going to happen next. The emotion is well blended and the dialogue presents enough conflict to maintain interest. This story was excellent in letting the reader learn about the plot development on their own, rather than holding their hand and over-explaining. I believe this story is well written and memorable for most audiences.  It is not recommended for younger readers. The story is excellent and suitable for the message and theme. In conclusion, I enjoyed the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just put down what was probably one of the most intense, interesting, and worth remembering books I have read. I can’t wait to share how I felt. It was a superb experience! Intense, engrossing and crazy, From the Heathens He Came itself is an out of body experience. For the time you’re reading, you tend to forget that where you’re sitting, what’s the time, and for how long you have been staring at the screen.  Doctor of Paranormal Psychology Larry Marx! He makes you go mad. Everything that the character does leaves you with questions filling up, only to be answered with another bang. Be it Jess’s determination towards her work, or Amy’s tightly held secrets, unfolded under Larry’s treatment; you feel every character’s mindset. It paints a picture in front of your eyes. As the plot unfurls, you get more and more engrossed into the book.  The most intense part was Larry’s dreams, where he sees Amy, Jess, Walters and sees horrifying images like that of blood shooting out of eye sockets. That part gives you goose bumps.  Although the book was plainly awesome, I have given it a four star rating. That’s because I found an error occurring repeatedly throughout the book. There are question marks where there should be full stops. I would advise that the author gets it checked once again. I don’t know if that’s intentional, but I found it very distracting at times, and decided to pin point it.  Other than that, I found the experience very satisfying and appealing. I will definitely recommend this book to my friends. I’m sure they’ll love it too. I’m definitely waiting for more books like From the Heathens He Came. My gratitude to the author for a roller coaster ride.