Tuesday, April 19, 2011

PROPHECY the Fulfillment

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A typical teenager, Jillian Macomb, is looking forward to senior high. Or at least she was. Having just broken up with her boyfriend, she receives the stunning and unexpected news that she's pregnant. As if that isn't enough, she must also convince her parents and her doctor that she is still a virgin. Her father's portage, Stephen Jacobs, and she, form an unlikely alliance as each realize that their nighttime apparitions are more than simple dreams, making it clear to them that the child she carries is no ordinary child. Then the miracles begin. When a geneticist discovers that Jillian's pregnancy holds the key to sudden, inexplicable healings, he will stop at nothing to claim the magnificent discovery as his own. Meanwhile, government officials and representatives from the Catholic Church arrive to investigate the astonishing events, realizing that whoever controls the source of the miracles will become the ultimate world power. Face to face with evil, Stephen and Jillian realize that time is running out to save her child, and they are driven to escape the forces that covet control of the miraculous life she carries. In the ultimate test of faith, they must decide who they can trust, and whether or not to believe the compelling and terrifying message of the prophecy.
Prophecy the Fullfillment, was an intense read that I didn’t want to put down. It’s a modern day Immaculate Conception story filled with action/adventure, with an ongoing mystery to the characters in the story. All the players in the novel were well developed and compelling. The story itself never came across as unrealistic or farfetched rather you are immersed into their reality.  I’d say the only disappointment with this book was it ended! I can’t wait to see what Deborah Jaeger writes next.
I highly recommend this book!


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