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Revelation (The Judas Syndrome #3)

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The dystopian landscape of The Judas Syndrome finds hope in the second generation born into the aftermath of an Apocalyptic event. Born into the violent chaos of post-apocalyptic North America, eighteen-year-old Leif has been told his entire life that he has a crucial role to play in humanity's future. To achieve that end, he must elevate himself above all normal human sen ...more
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Published (first published March 4th 2012)
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Micki Peluso
Sep 07, 2012 Micki Peluso rated it it was amazing
The Third of the trilogy book a surprise ending, September 3, 2012
By Micki Peluso (New York, USA)

This review is from: Revelation: Book Three in The Judas Syndrome Trilogy (Volume 3) (Paperback)
Revelation
The third book of `The Judas Syndrome'
By Michael Poeltl

Leif speaks:

Leif is now a young man of 18 who is in contact with the same angel that his father, Joel, saw when alive--as well as other members of their group. To Leif, the angel is `Blank Man', because Leif has not given him a face; yet h
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Feb 21, 2013 Alicia Dinar rated it really liked it


"Where to begin! This last book is astonishing. It just depicts how great a mind Poeltl has. Leifs story is unlike any other. The words, the theories, the envisage that reflect ones own questions of beliefs, takes you deep into the cortex of your brain, and you read it as if you were watching a movie, captivated by the many plays on ideas. It is beautifully written, and captures such an innocence and HUNGER for justice. Though the ending could have been less kind to Earl, it suited well with th
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Mar 09, 2012 Rose rated it it was amazing
I've been reading more dystopian fiction these days: my Kindle library includes "The Hunger Games", "Divergent", "Legend", and "Enclave". It's a saturated market, but Michael Poeltl's "Revelation" adds a new slant to the post-apocalyptic genre: salvation through enlightenment.

Eighteen-year-old Leif is born into a harsh world that still smolders from the Grimm Reaper's nuclear devastation. His mother Sara, an original survivor, and Blank Man, the guardian angel sent to cultivate him for his inten
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Michael Poeltl was voted Best Writer/Author for 2010 in October by View Magazine:
A weekly alternative newspaper reaching over 1 million potential voters/viewers.
Poeltl has released a general fiction novel; Her Past's Present, a children's novella: West of Noreaso, A Dytopian Trilogy; The Judas Syndrome, the Hello Me series - teaching children and adults alike the science of their spirit, and in
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