A Pale Horse (The Trilogy) (#02 in Chronicles Of Brothers - The Trilogy Series)
: A new order. An ancient evil. A battle about to begin. It is the near future. Adrian De Vere, President of the European Union, oversees the signing of an unprecedented international treaty, ushering in a new era of...
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A new order. An ancient evil. A battle about to begin.
It is the near future. Adrian De Vere, President of the European Union, oversees the signing of an unprecedented international treaty, ushering in a new era of one-world government.
Jason De Vere, media mogul, finds himself forced out of the empire he helped create. With friends, allies and even family turning against him, help comes from an unexpected quarter&...
Nick De Vere, archaeologist and playboy - and newly returned from the dead - leads Jason into an underground world of hidden knowledge and forbidden secrets. Together they must face down the most ruthless of adversaries: their own brother.
As the Antarctic ice gives up a grisly secret, and shadowy figures are plotting behind the scenes, armies of good and evil are being marshalled for the conflict to come. Operation Pale Horse is underway&...
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"Alec not only re-frames pre-history; she also imaginatively illustrates how the realm of spirit impacts the contemporary material world." Ileen Maisel (Executive Producer for the Golden Compass)
"This is the best work of fiction I have read since the last installment of Dean Koontz' Frankenstein series" Jim McDonald - 1340Mag - Online Entertainment Magazine.
Wendy Alec's calling to the Body of Christ to work in the area of Creative Evangelism in the media, has been iintegral in the pioneering and establishing of Europe's first Christian Television Network, GOD TV. Wendy had originally intended to keep her identity as the Unknown Prophet anonymous--hence the lack of an authors name on the front cover. She explains, "I sensed during the writing of the journal that I dare not touch his glory, that these are not my words--this is not my work." That her identity is revealed here is for reasons of accountability alone.