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Whisper of the Seventh Thunder (2010)

by Larry Brooks

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When Gabriel Stone's devout wife dies in an unlikely airline disaster, he pours himself into the writing of a story that has haunted him since his youth -- a story his wife had warned him never to finish. Inspired by a life-changing visit to the island of Patmos years earlier, he is fascinated with the visions beheld there by St. John The Divine while in political exile as penance for his devotion to Christ. Those visions included frightening sights delivered by what John described as the "seven thunders," visions he was instructed to withhold from us, to seal up and "write them not" (Revelation 10:4). As Stone becomes entrenched in his writing, the Book of Revelation begins to reveal startling connections to covert operations that are about to tear the world's political landscape to shreds. When the book nears publication, Stone suddenly finds himself the pawn in a war between superpowers and supernatural forces, each with hidden agendas beyond his comprehension and stakes that pivot on his ability to accept the unbelievable and stop the unthinkable. -- Amazon.com… (more)

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It's a sure sign of a good book when you're up late reading, especially when you kept intending to put it down ...just a few more pages! This book's tension and pace picked up and grew like a snowball, until the last third or so of the book, where it simply didn't let go. Intriguing scenario and a main character you rooted for all the way through, even though I couldn't predict what he was going to do in the end (just the way I like it). An enjoyable ride! ( )
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When Gabriel Stone's devout wife dies in an unlikely airline disaster, he pours himself into the writing of a story that has haunted him since his youth -- a story his wife had warned him never to finish. Inspired by a life-changing visit to the island of Patmos years earlier, he is fascinated with the visions beheld there by St. John The Divine while in political exile as penance for his devotion to Christ. Those visions included frightening sights delivered by what John described as the "seven thunders," visions he was instructed to withhold from us, to seal up and "write them not" (Revelation 10:4). As Stone becomes entrenched in his writing, the Book of Revelation begins to reveal startling connections to covert operations that are about to tear the world's political landscape to shreds. When the book nears publication, Stone suddenly finds himself the pawn in a war between superpowers and supernatural forces, each with hidden agendas beyond his comprehension and stakes that pivot on his ability to accept the unbelievable and stop the unthinkable. -- Amazon.com

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