Of Such Is The Kingdom

A Novel of Biblical Times in 3 Parts
By James M. Becher

Of Such Is The Kingdom is a work of literary fiction subtitled ‘A Novel of Biblical Times in 3 Parts’, and was penned by author James M. Becher. Generally suitable for readers of all types, with the exception of a few violent scenes, this sweeping...

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The Arc

By Angelina Heart with Marisa Morin

The Arc by Angelina Heart with Marisa Morin is a romance, suspense, and spiritual edutainment book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who wish to learn how to influence what happens to Earth without violence or domination through...

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Cosmic Swan

By Bill Copeland

Cosmic Swan by Bill Copeland is a beautiful love story, but not the kind of love story you think. How far would you go to save your home and how far would you go to save your friend? That is what Mark Joff and Kusoom...

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End Times

SO BEGINS THE FINAL BATTLE BETWEEN GOOD AND EVIL
By Jerry Jay Carroll

End Times is a deeply involved work of religious ideas, wild chases and celebrity culture, subtitled ‘So begins the final battle between Good and Evil’, and was penned by author Jerry Jay Carroll. In this modern-day imagining of a realistic apocalypse (as opposed to the...

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Not All Of Me Is Dust

By Frances Maureen Richardson

Frances Maureen Richardson’s novel Not All of Me is Dust tells the inspiring story of three siblings, Stephen, Kathleen, and Clare Engle. Although their lives were not happy after their mother’s untimely death, none of them gave up. Stephen became a Jesuit and then decided...

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Four Corners, One Square

Fledgling Gods of the Colorado Plateau
By Michael S. Robinson

Four Corners, One Square is a work of historical fiction focused on the ‘Fledgling Gods of the Colorado Plateau’, and was penned by author Michael S. Robinson. The subtitle refers to the belief system of the people of the Mormon faith, who believe in their...

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The Lilium

By Pablo Omar Zaragoza and Susan Giffin

The Lilium is the story of the first of Lilith and Satan's children, Naamah, who escapes being eaten after birth by hiding within Lilith's cavern prison underneath the ocean. Lilith's birthing is characterized by a large number of infants, most if not all would be...

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Prodigal Children in the House of G-d

By Yermiyahu Ahron Taub

Prodigal Children in the House of G-d by Yermiyahu Ahron Taub is a collection of stories that tackles diverse topics ranging from family relationships, religion, beliefs, upbringing, sexual desires, and more that will help readers perceive the world around them with a better understanding. Divided...

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The Forsaken

The Christ Project - Book One
By Donald Allen Kirch

Book one of the Forsaken Series, The Christ Project is set in the distant future following a great war that left half the earth uninhabitable and the other half a dystopian world firmly in the control of a renegade United Nations with a military enforcement...

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The Peregrine's Odyssey

Burnt Offerings - A Novel of Early Christianity
By Michael Kleinfall

Immersed in the world of ancient Rome, Michael Kleinfall’s epic, The Peregrine’s Odyssey, tells the story of the deep fraternal bond that develops between Gaius Segusiavus, “the Peregrine,” and Ignatius the Younger, both from wealthy merchant families, which outlasts even death. This work of historical...

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