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Reviewed by Saifunnissa Hassam for Readers' Favorite
Lex Allen's thriller Eloah: No Religion is Book 3 in the trilogy. In Book 2, Eloah: No Hell, Jerusalem is shattered by a suicide bombing. Seconds before the blast, Eloah, Kate, Elizabeth and Jack, hand in hand with thousands of people, make a quantum leap to safety in California. In his meetings with Pope John Paul III and US President Kelly Gibson, Eloah reveals the Elohim have come to Earth through the millennia as guides and teachers. Eloah's mission is to turn humanity away from destruction and develop lives based on peace and tolerance. The Pope and the President face daunting challenges. Both recognize the need for profound changes in religion and in politics. Eloah has already set in motion actions to help both world leaders. But he faces a powerful opponent, a demon spirit, Alpha, from another reality, who wants total control over Earth's humanity.
Lex Allen's thriller Eloah: No Religion turned into an immersive reading experience for me. I liked the vivid and compelling way in which Allen develops the intense struggle between Eloah and the demon Alpha. Eloah is unswerving in his commitment to his mission of peace. Alpha is relentless, vicious and murderous in his greed for power and control. I liked the inclusion of passages of self-reflection and dialogues Allen creates for the Pope and the US President. I really enjoyed Allen's highly imaginative and well-crafted events towards the end. The pace is fast and riveting, as Eloah and Alpha battle with psychic energy bolts. I loved the sudden twists and turns when the battle overlaps with Eloah's global broadcast of a holographic display of historic events. I thoroughly enjoyed Eloah: No Religion for its complex characters, great imagination, and thought-provoking themes of religion, spirituality, and science.