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Judgment Day by Jane Jensen
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Judgment Day

by Jane Jensen

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Santa Pelagia, una pequeña población mexicana, ha sido el lugar elegido. Miles de fieles de todas las creencias religiosas, venidos de todos los puntos del planeta, han asistido a un fenómeno sobrenatural: el anuncio del fin del mundo. En un desesperado intento por averiguar que esta ocurriendo, Michel Deauchez, sacerdote católico, y Simon Hill, periodista del New York Times, se enfrentan a peligrosas organizaciones que abarcan todo el planeta, investigan las altas esferas del Vaticano y arañan los secretos de los máximos poderes políticos y militares del gobierno de Estados Unidos. Pero no disponen de mucho tiempo: el Apocalipsis ya ha comenzado.
  kika66 | Dec 14, 2010 |
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As disasters strikes the world--famine, plague, floods--miracles are reported in Mexico. A priest checking them discovers it's all part of a conspiracy by powerful financiers.

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