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Israel: A victim of Jerusalem Syndrome jumps to his death from the top of the Western Wall, his body smashed on the ancient stones. Another disembowels himself under the scrawled figure of the Pale Horse of the Apocalypse with the chilling words, "God told me to do it."
Dr. Morgan Sierra, specialist in psychology of religion, travels to Israel to investigate the deaths and becomes embroiled in an international conspiracy that will use cutting-edge technology to carry an ancient curse to mankind. She joins agent Jake Timber at ARKANE, a secret government agency investigating the supernatural and together they hunt down the Devil's Bible, pursued all the way by the evil forces of Thanatos.
From the catacombs of Paris to the skeletal ossuaries of Sicily and the Czech Republic, Morgan and Jake must find the Devil's Bible and stop the curse being released into the world before one in four are destroyed in the coming holocaust. Because in just seven days, the final curse will be spoken and the prophecy will be fulfilled.
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By Russell Phillips on 11-27-13
Excellent, fast-paced thriller
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. For me, it's better than Pentecost, the first in the series, but like Pentecost, towards the end I was loathe to put it down.
It's full of action and adventure but has a slightly different feel to the previous one, though I can't quite explain why. If you like fast-paced thrillers and don't object to supernatural occurrences, you'll enjoy this.
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By Mr B on 07-08-15
J Penn delivers yet another corker. Fast, smart, exciting and fun story full of twists and turns. The next book in the series awaits.
By Chris Tickner on 02-09-15
Tense and exotic religious thriller
Would you consider the audio edition of Prophecy to be better than the print version?
having not read the print version i assume most audiobooks much more engrossing and this was no exception.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Morgan. A great female protagonist with surprising skills wrapped up in a decent moral character.
What does Veronica Giguere bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
immersion was key in this audiobook and Veronica brought the story to life.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
very tense moments throughout kept me engrossed until the end always rooting for the goody characters.
Any additional comments?
A Gripping story line, once more bringing back the main characters from Pentecost to solve another religious mystery and moral dilemma for Arcane. A fantastic continuation from the first book in the series Pentecost and places the main protagonist Morgan in situations and places more exotic each time. Tense and suspenseful I found the story full of diverse characters, good and bad, each with their own moral guidelines for life which clashes in moments throughout the book. Deeply enjoyed reading and looking forward to the next in the series.