Book Reviews of Seal of Gaia

Seal of Gaia
Seal of Gaia
Author: Marlin Maddoux
ISBN-13: 9780849937156
ISBN-10: 0849937159
Publication Date: 11/13/1998
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
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The year is 2031 and Steve Weston is a network news reporter covering the installation of a new World Leader. But when he discovers that the goals of the New Earth Federation include genocide, chemical/germ warfare, and a one-world religion, he must decide whether he will remain silent or denounce this global empire at the risk of his life. Popular radio host and broadcaster Marlin Maddoux takes a chilling look at the spiritual climax of the ages in this futuristic end-times thriller.
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This non-stop exciting read kept me from putting it down! The author gives some scary insite that is possible for our future!
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The year is now 2033, and newsman Steve Weston is covering the installation of the new World leader. But the seemingly simple coverage of yet another political event spirals into a dangerous international frenzy. As Steve looks onto the scene of mass hysteria, he is unable to escape the feeling that he is witnessing a sinister lie, a deadly hoax.

When he discovers that the goals of the New Earth Federation include genocide, chemical/germ warfare, and a one-world religion, Steve must decide whether he will remain silent or denounce this global empire - and risk his life for what he believes to be the truth. But how long can he hold out before he is forced to receive the Seal of Gaia and become totally controlled by the powers of evil?

Written by a respected media personality, Seal of Gaia is a chilling story of an all-too-possible end times scenario filled with conspiracy, innocence, betrayal, and supernatural power.
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THE YEAR IS 2033 AND NEWSMAN STEVE WESTON IS COVERING THE INSTALLATION OF THE NEW WORLD LEADER. BUT THE SEEMINGLY SIMPLE COVERAGE OF YET ANOTHER POLITICAL EVENT SPRIALS INTO A DANGEROUS INTERNATIONAL FRENZY. AS STEVE LOOKS ONTO THE SCENE OF MASS HYSTERIA, HE IS UNABLE TO ESCAPE THE FEELING THAT HE IS WITNESSING A SINISTER LIE, A DEADLY HOAX.

WHEN HE DISCOVERS THAT THE GOALS OF THE NEW EARTH FEDERATION INCLUDES GENECIDE, CHEMICAL/GERM WARFARE, AND A ONE WORLD RELIGION, STEVE MUST DECIDE WHETHER HE WILL REMAIN SILENT OR DENOUNCE THIS GLOBAL EMPIRE-AND RISK HIS LIFE FOR WHAT HE BELIEVES TO BE THE TRUTH. BUT HOW LONG CAN HE HOLD OUT BEFORE HE IS FORCED TO RECEIVE THE SEAL OF GAIA AND BECOME TOTALLY CONTROLLED BY THE POWERS OF EVIL.
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One world government. One world bank and currency. One world religion and one other-worldly man ruling all of creation! How far would you go and much would you risk to stop the end of the world?


Even though this book was written purely for entertainment some of the similarities of it's world and ours made it all the more frightening. A wonderful, well written story that can't be put down! It has it all- spirituality, the supernatural, horror, comedy and romance.
Brilliant!
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Interesting mystery story, good condition.