The Second Coming

  • by David H. Burton
  • Narrated by R. C. Bray
  • 11 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Five hundred years have passed since the Earth shifted on its axis - a catastrophic event that wiped out civilization and released magic back to Earth. Now, a dark age shrouds our world once more.
Journey into a future rife with witches, conjurers, and mythical creatures that have returned from the nether realm. Follow three intertwined fates: Paine, a young man hunted by Confederation soldiers who are on a crusade to wipe out magic; Brahm, the battle-hardened woman that slaughtered his mother, and in whose body the woman's soul now resides; and John, a friar once imprisoned for heresy, now assigned by a woman Pope to destroy the boy he unwillingly fathered. Take a voyage to the future as the legions of heaven and hell combine to bring the Words of the Prophecy to fruition.
A war of the gods is coming. And the ones we expect to deliver us from evil are not who they seem.
The Second Coming is the first book of the epic fantasy series, Words of the Prophecy.


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An amazing story, well worth my book credit.

I don't know what book the other reviewer(s) heard/read, but I found this book well worth a book credit. It certainly couldn't have been The Second Coming, by David H. Burton, because I found the plot compelling and gripping. When the book came to an end I became frustrated because I wanted more. Yes there are questions left unanswered at the end, hopefully they will be answered in the next book. Also, R. C. Bray is an amazing narrator who can really bring a story to life. Believe me this is a book that is well worth the money or credit. You can't lose with this book. Read it. You'll love it just like me. I'm trying to wait patiently for the next in the series.
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- T.W. Spencer

Great Concept, No Delivery...

The story's concept is interesting and lays open tremendous possibilities. However, the author does NOT deliver. Notice that I'm keeping this to the point? Well, I wish the author had done more of that, as well. The listener is subjected to ramblings, stiff dialogue, and a wandering storyline by the author. So, that being said, listen at your own risk. Your hard-earned credits can be spent better elsewhere.
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- Michael

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2012
  • Publisher: Stonehenge Press