Sunday, August 21, 2011

"The Seraph Seal" by, Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner

"The Seraph Seal” by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner is a fictional novel about the end times. In a world of technology Paul Binder is an average USAmerican historian, and unbeliever, born on December 21, 2012 at 2100. Or is he really just average? Paul embarks on a very important mission after strange events start happening that symbolize the end of the world. As more hidden clues are revealed and people brought to his attention he slowly sees his purpose for living and the role in which God has called him.

This book was fantastic!! I would have to say that this book is like the “Left Behind Series” meets “Divinci Code”. I loved how the authors were able to take the end times prophecies and turn it into a very well thought out story that was condensed enough to fit into one book. This book had mystery, history, theology, and friendship all rolled into one. It always kept me guessing and was a book that I just wanted to keep reading.

My only criticism of the book is that it did take a while at the beginning to get into the book because it kept jumping around to a lot of different characters and I was having a difficult time keeping track of all of them. But, as characters started to interact with each other it got much easier to read. So if anyone is discouraged at the beginning just keep with it and you won’t be disappointed.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who likes end times fictional novels. I received a free e-book copy of this book for an honest review through the publishers at

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