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Seal of Gaia
In this chilling novel about the Antichrist, the installation of a new world leader in the year 2033 spirals into a dangerous international frenzy, creating an all-too-possible end-times scenario filled with conspiracy, innocence, betrayal and supernatural power.
Paperback, 476 pages
Published November 13th 1998 by Thomas Nelson
(first published August 1998)
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There were a lot of concepts in this book that I had never considered before. But in our technological world they could be real possibilities. The reason for only four stars is because I felt it was a little wordy. If you have read the Left Behind series you will be quite surprised by this book. The author has an entirely different take on the way the world will be taken over by the anti-christ. I think it is worth the read.
Jun 15, 2016 Calle rated it did not like it
Reading this book was a lot like reading Left Behind and The Omega Code all over again. The theology in "Seal of Gaia" seems to be somewhere in between those (it's about the end times but the rapture doesn't happen until about 2/3 into the book). We also get all the christian right wing paranoia of Larry Burkett's The Illuminati (which I believe was published by the same publishing house). Written by a christian radio host who's never written fiction before, the writing is very bad (it may have ...more