Darkness of This World (Wrath & Righteousness, #2)
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Darkness of This World (Wrath & Righteousness #2)

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The war that has been raging since the beginning of time continues toward its final battle. Lucifer and the forces of Darkness have plotted to destroy all that is good in the world—including the United States—by launching an audacious attack that is meant to forever change the balance of power in the world.

As Saudi Prince Abdullah al-Raman moves closer to taking over the k...more
ebook, 131 pages
Published June 20th 2012 by Mercury Ink (first published June 18th 2012)
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Diane Westin

This is the second book in the series. All I can say is wow! The series had a slow but interesting start, but the pace has really stepped up in this second installment. From hints of trouble to the head of the Saudi royal family to full blown terror and murder in this episode levels the stakes much higher. With shades of Frank Parretti the evil of spirits unseen take take a high level role in the under pinnings of the story. What will happen to the future of the Saudi royal family, the military...more
Another great book in the series. This time the story moved along at a good pace compared to the first book since there wasn't as much need for setup. The characters were believable, the story was entertaining and there's a good deal of suspense building up for what is about to happen, but I really wish the books were a bit longer. Even with the shortness of the book, I still really enjoyed reading it. This time around there was plenty of action and I'm really looking forward to the next book.
In episode 2 of this 10 part story, I finally became involved in this book. Things have been moving along rather slowly until towards the end of this book. Now I have to finish the series.
wow...such a good book. This is the second book in the series and the story picks up a lot more in this one. Toward the end I could not put it down.
Donna Kay

A nail biting page turner that leaves you hanging from a cliff by your slippery finger tips eagerly awaiting Episode 3.

This book series continues to be very good and you can't wait to get to the next chapter.
Goosebumps. Unspeakable evil versus incredible LOVE. On to the next episode...
Wendy Burke
Mercury Ink...you're not cranking out these 'episodes' fast enough!
Karen Blaylock
Book 2. can't wait for Book 3.
Can't wait for #3 now
Jane Borrowman
Right on to #3
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Chris Stewart is a bestselling author and world-record-setting Air Force pilot whose previous military techno-thrillers have been selected by the Book of the Month Club and published in six different countries. He is the author of the highly acclaimed series The Great and Terrible, as well as A Christmas Bell for Anya, which was performed with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir during their 2005 Christma...more
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