“When the thousand years are ended, Satan will be released from his prison.” Revelation 20:7
The thousand years are ended.
A marble tablet found in the ruins of Babylon warns of the resurrection of a banished serpent in the final days. A sarcophagus is discovered in the deepest ocean, locked by seven seals scattered throughout the ancient world.
As the Brotherhood of the Serpent race to find the seals before a rare lunar eclipse over the heart of Jerusalem, ARKANE agents Morgan Sierra and Jake Timber battle to find them first.
But this time, evil threatens to destroy all that Morgan loves and she must wrestle an apocalyptic foe as well as fighting to conquer her own fears.
In a fast-paced adventure from the ruins of Iraq to the snake-handling churches of the Appalachian Mountains, from archaeological digs in Israel to the tombs of Egypt, Morgan and Jake must find the seven seals and stop the resurrection of an evil as old as mankind. An evil that will usher in the End of Days.
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Best Book of the ARKANE series
Excellent addition to the ARKANE series
Yes, because of the story. The performance was only four star because I did not care for the interpretation of Morgan's voice. It was too soft, too high-pitched, and came across as too wimpy. She is a very strong, capable woman and her voice she be performed to reflect that. All of the other characters were excellent, and basically, made the performance.
Of course, at the end, when the Great Serpent which had been entombed for a 1,000 years is released. Breathtaking description.
Yes. I have listened to her other performances for J.F. Penn novels. Morgan's voice was also too soft-sounding in these also, but it was very noticeable in this particular audiobook.
The description of the church service in Appalachia where the parishioners are handling rattlers. The description of the people, the pastor, and the performance of the service are incredible.
Other than the interpretation of Morgan's voice, overall the performance of this exciting story was extremely well done. I thoroughly enjoyed it.