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Gog (Lost Civilization #4)

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  100 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Gog rules Shamgar, a swamp city and a pirate lair. Gog the First Born, offspring from a fallen angel, has mystic powers to see the future in bits and pieces. Gog discovers that Lod healed a leper in Elohim’s name. Now Gog and his minions hunt the healed leper, as he attempts to free Lod from the dungeons underneath the terrible Oracle.

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Kindle Edition, 209 pages
Published June 30th 2010
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Mike Nemeth
In his fourth in the Lost Civilizations series, author Vaughn Heppner turns up the sword and sorcery in "Gog." Readers meet the oft-mentioned Lod, a seraph of amazing resolve who considers himself the "knife of Elohim." Lod is a hero in the tradition of Conan the Barbarian. His fiery blue eyes tell those around him he's either crazy or possessed by the spirit of his belief in Elohim. Even the vile first born -- that would be Gog -- and their spawn fear him. They don't know why exactly. But in a ...more
This is book 4 of The Lost Civilizations series by Heppner and just like the first three books, this one is a thumping good read of the first order. It seems to happen cooincident with the end of book two and then book three after Lod has sent Irad and Auroch off to meet Lord Uriah and companions right before they are attacked by sea monsters. The pirate captains of Shamgar had rebelled with Lod leading them. They lose the battle and are captured. When they are paraded through Shamgar in shackle ...more
Angela England
The culmination of the story, this book picks up
Speed and finished the saga off in a way that is believable and challenging at the same time.
Great So far , I wonder if they will be able to scalp the priest and steal his skull or not
Yvonne Miller
I did enjoy the story and can't wait until the next book in the series.
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