Book of Prophecies

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
200 Pages
Reviewed on 10/06/2011
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Reviewed by Brenda Ballard for Readers' Favorite

Book of Prophecies by Cesar is geared towards the impending events that have been foretold to occur in the year 2012. Cesar, a self proclaimed prophet, guides the reader through what he titles "Cryptic Script" which is immediately followed by a notation that is equally as cryptic albeit more understandable in regards to what it is that we are supposed to do in terms of guidelines for living. At times, the "Cryptic Script" passages are humorous but there is definitely an underlying lesson if the reader pays close attention.

Each set of script and passage intertwine to force thought by the reader, if not contemplation about the life they live and the choices they make.

A hidden entity of this work is that at the end, the reader finds that there are clues throughout; I believe many will comb Cesar's words to see if they can find the message he appears to be guiding towards.

While this is definitely a niche market type of book, many will find the passages interesting, perhaps even comparing the world of today with the prophecy written. I feel there will be many readers who will read this book as they seek to find the truth, whatever that truth may be.