This is a very addictive book for those who enjoy stories similar to The Da Vinci Code. In this book, you will take a journey in 2048 with Paul Binder who is a Virginia historian as he take on his exciting and strange journey towards God soon after he receives a mysterious message. In his journey, Paul finds ways and resources to help him decipher an ancient manuscript in an attempt to help mankind escape from Earth’s total destruction. On the other hand, the new US President, Matthew Serafino, have other plans for mankind very far from what Paul believes in. In this book, Paul and Serafino will attempt to make their plans a reality but in the end, only God will know how mankind will end up.
Even though this book relates to Christianity but the story is truly a page-turner for those who enjoys reading the apocalypse fiction with combination of history, art, literature and religion. It talks a lot about the possible future for all mankind when the Earth is at Her very last ‘breath’ and makes the readers ponder about their own future at the end of the book. Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner, both authors of The Seraph Seal, presented a remarkable story indeed.
About The Seraph Seal (back cover book)
An epic tale of good and evil based on the four horsemen of the Apocalypse found in the book of Revelation.
Using the four horsemen of the Apocalypse to symbolize the four Gospels, four transcendentals, and four forces of the universe (air, water, earth, and fire), Sweet and Wagner weave a fast-paced, end-times tale of good vs. evil and the promise of a new dawn for humanity.
Set in 2048, when planet Earth is suffering from the damaging effects of years of misuse and abuse, cultural history professor Paul Binder receives a mysterious letter that leads him to examine a lost 2nd-century Diatessaron manuscript. Ancient prophecies, cryptic letters, and strange events set him on a course to uncover the missing clues that could lead humanity into a new age. Each character embodies elements of the four horsemen in a race to save the world from total destruction. Layered with forgotten symbolism from the ancient Jewish and Christian traditions, the book is a story in which the main character’s journal serves as a guide to the reader in interpreting clues and understanding the conclusion.