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Unravel the clues to a supernatural mystery and discover what will happen at the end of the world through the pages of this controversial 400-page supernatural novel. Based on ancient manuscripts including the books of Revelation, Enoch and the Syriac Apocalypse of Baruch, it flashes back and forth between the centuries to a stunning andunforgettableending. Discover why th ...more
Paperback, 401 pages
Published June 30th 2012 by MediaGroup Management Inc
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Joan
Aug 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This book doesn't have to beg to get you to continue reading it from beginning to end. The transitions between time periods are seamless. The bible and other religious texts referenced as the basis for the story are presented in such a way that any personal religious views won't interfere. The characters are described so they continue through the story just pulling you in further and deeper even though the inevitable end can only lead toward Revelation. Enjoy the ride!
J.
Aug 01, 2012 rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: People who will read anything if it has heavy-handed references to apocryphal religious texts.
I should note first off that this book was sent to me through the Goodreads First Reads program.

Warning for some minor spoilers.

Having never read any of the crop of “controversial” religious fiction that is currently experiencing a renaissance due to titles like The Da Vinci Code, I wasn't sure what to expect from Revelation 9:11. As interesting as secular takes on religious texts can be, this story smacked of appeasement towards Christianity and the Roman Catholic faith in particular. That's no
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M
Aug 01, 2012 rated it liked it
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My thanks to Goodreads and the First Reads program for selecting me to read and review this book.

Father Benjamin Price, a Catholic priest, has just released a controversial new book about a trans dimensional portal that he believes leads to an astral prison containing fallen angels. These angels, he claims, were imprisoned by God for committing sins of the flesh and fathering a race called The Nephilim. Naturally, he is met with some resistance and is summoned to Rome. After his hearing at the V
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Ted
Aug 01, 2012 rated it liked it
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*** I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads ***
** The Giveaway was Listed By Ian A. Stuart **
* I received my copy on Mon, Aug 13 2012 *

THANK YOU GOODREADS FIRST READS AND Ian A. Stuart!


Well it took me longer than expected to finish this book. I became engrossed very quickly as it was a great subject. Shortly after starting though I quickly became lost. The book tends to jump through different time periods without warning or explanation. I know this is something done quite oft
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Elizabeth Dyck
When I first got this book I was really skeptical about it. The cover especially was a big draw back for me. It was a pleasant surprise when I actually got into it and read it.

The story of Father Benjamin Price, a professor. He is enthralled by the ancient books that are mentioned in the Bible, but are not in it. When his authorities (aka. bishops and cardinals) get wind of what he is doing, they call him to Rome where they are located. There they tell him under no circumstances is he allowed to
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Jessica
Aug 01, 2012 rated it liked it
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I won this book as part of a Goodreads First reads giveaway.

The first 2/3 of this book remind me of a Quentin Tarantino movie. It jumps back and forth from present to ancient past and several areas in between. That said, I don't think it's confusing because the authors clearly label the date in the chapter heading when one of these jumps occurs. Its the story of a fallen angel, a priest who is trying to earn his salvation, and ultimately the downfall of humankind.
The final 1/3 of the book is all
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Keith
Aug 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Keith by: Goodreads Giveaway
I received 'Revelation 9:11' from Goodreads Giveaway. The moment I opened the envelope and scanned
the book it drew me in. The novel was a very enjoyable read. Each chapter kept me interested in what might happen next. 'Revelation 9:11', as you might expect, contains some supernatural elements.
I will let you find out what they are. The novel covers about five centuries. The characters were interesting - from a fallen French Priest to the Angel Abaddon. I read earlier in the year that some people
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Johnny Andrews
Jul 31, 2012 rated it really liked it
At first not really sure what sort of book this was or where it was going, I suppose a religious adventure mystery would sum it up nicely. Spanning across time, Angels, fallen and by God's side, Priests, twins born from an angel and a mysterious "extinct" tribe all come along for the ride to an island that may or may not exist in the middle of the Atlantic.

At first I found it a bit slow, but started to get to know the characters, probably best to try and read this almost in one go, but once it t
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Re
Aug 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Wasn't too certain, from its cover, just how much or little I was going to get into this novel. It was so well-written and interesting that I jumped pretty much RIGHT INTO it the first evening after receiving the book. Several mysteries and diverse characters were spectacular anchors to keep and continue reading. Fine work Mr.Stuart and Mr.Franklyn. I see that there may be a sequel. THAT I would LIKE VERY MUCH to read ! Thank you librarything member giveaway program for my receiving of this book ...more
Claude Limberger
Jul 12, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Has an unbelievable double surprise ending that is better than watching the Sixth Sense....
Lucinda
Aug 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: first-reads
Thought-provoking, provocative and truly remarkable!!

This extraordinary, notable novel has one of the most eye-catching, striking covers that I have ever encountered touching your imagination. The clever blurb consists of a few questions which touches your curiosity, making you want to read the book and find out more. This thrilling adventure takes you on the journey of a lifetime into the unknown, into a great abyss and to the end of the world itself. Visions of heaven, the mortal human and th
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Emily Mishler
I won a copy of this book in a goodreads giveaway.

This book was actually not bad, just not one that I would normally read. The vibe I got was sort of fantasy meets religion written by a Dan Brown type. While the story wasn't bad, I took forever to actually pick it up because of the cover. A much better job could have been done in the design. It really takes away the appeal for any readers past the age of 16 or so.

I did find the idea of the angels and nephilim and such to be rather interesting.
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Rita
Jul 31, 2012 rated it really liked it
I won this book free through a Goodreads First Reads giveaway. A good read. The writer wrote this book very well. I wanted to keep turning pages to read more and more of the book. I only wish the cover were more appealing. Just goes to show the saying is right That you should never judge a book by its cover. The cover was not appealing to me but am glad I gave the book a chance as I thought the synopsis sounded very good. The plot and characters are very well developed.
Ken Stamp
Apr 29, 2014 added it
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Recommended to Ken by: Dave sent me my copy
I am trying to contact Dave R Franklyn or an Stuart. The last telephone number I had for them is no longer in service.

Please ask either of them to contact me Ken Stamp at my number
403 986-2253.

If this is not possible, could you please advise me of any problems with locating him.

Thank you
Ken Stamp
Gail Norheim carlson
Loved it great Book! I liked the mixed of fantansy and fiction! It was a fast past story. It kept me wanting to read more. Great book!
Jennifer
Aug 08, 2012 rated it it was ok
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Just received Revelation 9:11 from Goodreads Giveaway. Can't wait to get started reading it ...
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