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E.M. Parke Review: "The god-man, seed of Satan" by Bruce Biller
By E.M. Parke
Jun 1, 2014 - 12:33:36 AM

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"The god-man: seed of Satan is the first in a two-part, pre-wrath rapture thriller that tells the riveting story of the rise of the treacherous Antichrist, the god-man who will come to prominence during the seventieth week of Daniel. (From the Book Basket Article)

I found this fictional thriller to be a thoroughly enjoyable book, which takes the reader on a fascinating journey into the near future, where end-time events unfold in quick and mind numbing succession. The author has carefully crafted the setting of the book to realistically portray the time of the end as spoken of in the book of Revelation in the Bible. However, the main thrust of the story is not overtly Christian, thus giving it appeal to a wider readership.

I found the style of writing to be fast paced and quite captivating, thus making it a very enjoyable read. Undertones of evil pervade the story, capturing the mind of the reader and hinting at, rather than graphically portraying, much of the horror of the end times. This book seems to present a more realistic and more thought provoking portrayal of its subject matter than has been evident in previous writings covering similar material.

My only criticism of this work is that there are numerous minor characters mentioned throughout the book, such that I found it difficult at times to pinpoint exactly who they were and where they fitted in the story. This, however, is not a major problem and does not detract in any way from the quality of this very enjoyable book which I highly recommend to astute readers with a genuine interest in the realistic portrayal of life in the end times, as depicted in the book of Revelation.

My overall impression of this book is that it is a thrilling page turner, easy to read and captivating in content. It is obvious that Bruce Biller has a thorough Biblical knowledge and an understanding of the life and times in which his book is set and a passion to present his insight in such a way as to ignite a similar flame in the heart of the reader.

E. M. Parke

Bruce Biller, a longtime student of the Bible and the End Times, believes that Christians will live through the Great Tribulation before Christ's return, rather than being taken to heaven first. His novel set during the last few years of human history, The god-man: seed of Satan, is his vision of how life may be for Christians during the rise of the AntiChrist.

"The god-man: seed of Satan"
by Bruce Biller
ISBN-13: 9781449766306
Author Solutions-WestBow Press
Published 10/16/2012
Hardcover $36
Nook book $9
Pages: 310

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