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Immaculate Resurrections: Tears of Constantine (Book II)

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Does it matter what your college GPA is when you’re trying to prevent the Apocalypse and the rise of the Antichrist?

For nearly twenty years, Bill Stout bided his time, waiting for the day that Felix August would come along to carry out Bill’s plans. On the campus of Portland College, that day has arrived. Convinced that his destiny is to oppose the Antichrist and prevent t
Paperback, 314 pages
Published December 29th 2011 by Outskirts Press
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Paula  Phillips
Apr 13, 2012 Paula Phillips rated it liked it
All Felix Lowe had planned when he arrived at Portland College was to live, learn and explore what life for the average college boy was like and to prove himself not a failure as he cheated on his SAT's, but when he arrived that all changed when the school groundsman Bill told him that he was actually a reincarnation of the second coming and that Landry was the antichrist and that Felix had to fight him in order to save mankind. Now in Book #2 carrying on from where Book #1 finished , Bill's ...more
Marybeth (Manhattan Reader)

For Felix, going to Portland College was a chance to prove himself after cheating on his SAT. Living, learning, and growing was what was on his plan, yet plans change unexpectedly. Now the second book in this series picks up right where it left off with Felix needing to oppose the Antichrist. So, not only did his plans change - they really changed.

Time for training has begun for Felix with the help of Bill, who did everything in his power in order to prove to Felix that he was the Second Coming.
Carrie Rundhaug
Mar 06, 2013 Carrie Rundhaug rated it really liked it
This is the second book in the Immaculate Resurrection series.

This book continues where the Rise of the Antichrist left of. In this part of the series Felix accepts his fate and starts to train to use his powers. Once again the characters are well developed and feel like they could jump of the page. I still love Lucas. He is so funny and lightens up the mood.

Tears of Constantine is full of non stop action. It will keep you turning the pages until the very end. I really enjoyed the overall theme
Jun 25, 2012 Sydney rated it it was ok
I read the first one, so I had to read this one. I shouldn't have really bothered with either of them. Might be good for a pre-teen?
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Randall Lowe is an attorney and the author of Immaculate Resurrections: Book I (Rise of the Antichrist) and Book II (Tears of Constantine). Born and raised in Oregon, he now lives in Connecticut with his wife and son.
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