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The Heretic

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A Historical Fiction Novel Introduces a Hero - Warrior, Teacher, Lover - from Ancient Greece.
When a man begins experiencing bizarre dreams, a visit to a psychic transports him to the time of Alexander the Great, and he discovers the amazing truth about his past in Andrew Feder's new historical fiction novel, The Heretic, the sequel to When The Angels Have Risen.

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Paperback, 300 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Authorhouse
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Sep 01, 2008 Diane rated it really liked it
Jerry Fletcher is having dreams that he doesn’t understand. Most of them are about ancient Greece and they are becoming more frequent. He is back in L.A. after being in Nevada for a while (When The Angels Have Risen). While at a museum he runs into his ex-girlfriend, Joanne. In the course of their conversation he tells her about some of the weird dreams he has been having. Joanne tells him about a psychic, Yonah, that she feels is awesome. Jerry is skeptical but she is so sure that this woman ...more
Sep 01, 2010 Mystee rated it really liked it
Most people know that I have somewhat of an obsession with all things ancient Greece. So, when I got the opportunity to review this book, I thought it would be a great fit for me.

This book is a sequel to When Angels Have Risen. I have not read the first book. What I can tell you, is that you can read this book without having read the first. The book does stand alone.

Let me first tell you how much I love Aias' character. He's arrogant and totally conceited but very loyal.

This book is full of batt
Angela Simmons
Oct 13, 2009 Angela Simmons rated it did not like it
“The Heretic”, opens with Jerry Fletcher seeking the service of a psychic to help clarify the dream that keeps nagging him. Through the psychic he is transported back in time through out the various ages of history as he regresses. Finally he stops in ancient Greece, where he is known as Aias. From there the story chronicles his life as a warrior who happened to be friends with none other than Alexander the Great. You witness the battles and the women that Aias has conquered. Also Aristotle ...more
Apr 15, 2008 Tami rated it really liked it
Jerry Fletcher has been having some strange dreams. These episodes seem so real, like he is living out a completely different lifetime as another person. Finally, he is regressed and learns the truth about his past lives.

I have to admit, I am a little on the fence about this book. I was intrigued by the concept of this individual's regression and how these past events were bleeding into the life of this man in present day. The Heretic focuses primarily on the past life experiences of Jerry Flet
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