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About The Book:
Nathaniel is a man of many gifts. First and foremost is the power of Prophecy. Whenever he sleeps, he dreams of possible futures. With that knowledge, he’s thwarted the world-shaking schemes of Angels and Demons alike. Not surprisingly, all of Heaven and Hell’s agents are always hunting him, eager to take down the notorious figure known as The Prophet. He’s spent most of his life as a homeless drifter, hiding.
Recently, a series of visions has plagued him, threatening to force him out the shadows. A Senator with presidential aspirations is on one side, backed by Heaven’s forces and seeking to transform the world into a brutal theocracy. Demon-worshipping terrorists also stand ready to launch a bloody revolution through mass murders, demonic possession, and civil war. Nathaniel stands in the middle, struggling to prevent humanity
Our Reviewer Said:
The Prophet of Chaos is a unique metaphysical urban fantasy where the agents of God are as warlike and twisted in their own way as those of the devil. In between the two factions are the agents of Limbo, the place between Heaven and Hell. In this well developed world, the story follows the point of view of many characters. At first I thought it was too many, because I wasn’t sure, who I was supposed to root for, but a central character—that of an untrained enchanter—soon came forward, and I found myself more engaged in the story than I had thought I would be from the changing points of view at the beginning.
I read this without having read the first in the series, and I didn’t find that an issue. A warning for readers—some of the scenes have a lot of gore in them.